Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 20, № 1 (Winter 2014)


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On The Cover
Held this past fall in Bologna, Italy, Cersaie, the Italian tile exhibition, once again offered an array of high-quality tile products. Wood-look porcelain tile continues to grow in popularity, and tile manufacturers are taking it up a notch with grains, textures and colors that look remarkably authentic. Pictured is the Seawood Collection by Tile of Spain- branded manufacturer Peronda. Story begins on page 10.

Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 66, № 1 (Moisture Testing and Protect the Installation)


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RH and MVER: Is There a Correlation?
When looking to determine if a concrete slab is dry enough to proceed with a finish, flooring or occupancy, there are several methods commonly specified for testing the relative humidity (or moisture content) of the slab. A dry slab is never at 0% humidity, but determining the level of moisture still held in the concrete can be the difference between a successful flooring installation and a problem-prone floor system.

Walls and Ceilings: Vol. 77, № 1 (January 2014)


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On The Cover:

Western Partitions applied 120,000-square-feet of Sto's fluid applied air/moisture barrier system and 55,000-square-feet of direct applied Sto Textured Coatings for the University of Washington Football Stadium Project. (From L-R) Western Partitions' Plastering Division Estimator & Project Manager Mike Campbell, Evergreen Building Products' President/ Owner Chris Burrows, and Western Partitions' Plastering Foreman Jeff Campbell. Photo by Leslie Lindskog.