Edge Damage or Chipping

Edge Damage or Chipping

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Chipping

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Damaged end

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Installation damage

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Delamination

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Chair damage

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Tapping damage

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Tapping damage

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Tapping damage

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Chipping

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Installation tapping damage

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Hard plastic casters can damage hard surface flooring

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Installation damage

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Felt protectors need to be replaced

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Rolling traffic without chair mat can damage floor

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Nail prevents floor from floating

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Chipping

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Impact damage

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What you need to know

Laminate plank edge damage and chipping can occur during transport, handling, installation, or from use. Planks should be visibly inspected prior to installation and if installed, the material is

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