1. How I understood your question: You have right now engineered wood flooring glued on concrete and want to replace it with real wood planks? 2. If yes: I also think you will take a great effort to scrape off all remaining glue and make sure your floor is level (maybe fill in some lower parts with a special leveling concrete. Your new planks are very stiff and you do not want hollows underneath that make them sound like drums when you walk over them. 3. When I used the glue, I went by the recommendation on the container but was a little more generous to make sure I had no air bubbles underneath, which assures that walking over it is quieter. So consider 10 to 20% more. - My planks were 5" wide with various lengths. After laying it down, you can walk over it but it really takes some time until the glue holds your planks tight in place. Therefore I worked in small daily increments to make sure they were staying parallel. (Professionals actually drive thin steel nails once ever so often to hold them in place. That way they can do the whole floor at once without risking to end up not being parallel to the wall on the opposite sied.)
Thank you for your inquiry. Roberts 1407 in not warranted for vertical installation of wood flooring. Always contact the floor covering manufacturer for vertical application guidelines.
yes, directly on concrete
No, ROBERTS 1407 Engineered Wood Flooring Adhesive is an acrylic urethane adhesive designed for the installation of engineered and parquet wood flooring up to 1/2 in. thick and 5 in. wide. Always follow the laminate manufacturer's specific installation instructions.
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Roberts 1407 is Enviro-Friendly – solvent-free and LEED® compliant; VOC 2 g/L, and complies with SCAQMD Rule 1168
No, 1407 is not recommended for double bond applications.
Yes, 1407 can be used over radiant in floor heating. The radiant system must be off before and during installation. Once the 24 hour cure time (after installation) has elapsed, A gradual 3 day increase of the radiant system to a maximum of 80 degrees F.