Resilient claims can arise as a result of unexpected performance issues that become evident during, or any time after installation. Some of the more common resilient claims involve gaps, curling, surface imperfections, poor adhesion, swirl/trowel marks, seam separation, concave bowing, bubbling, edge lifting, maintenance issues, tears, indentations, gouges, asphalt tracking, stains, yellowing, subfloor telegraphing, installation issues, manufacturing defects and many more. Certified Floor Covering Inspectors go through specialized training giving them advanced knowledge related to manufacturing, properties of resilient flooring, proper maintenance, installation, subfloor prep, as well as understanding problems, causes, cures and warranties related to resilient claims.