FCICA to offer Webinars

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West Bloomfield, Mich.—The Flooring Contrac-tors Association (FCICA) will be hosting nine Webinars this year to educate participants on pertinent flooring topics.

Topics will include: ASTM standards; how to avoid tile and stone installation problems through training; creating an effective entrance system and sustainable design; the world of cork; recycled rubber; concrete moisture testing; multi-use sport flooring options, and two others to be announced.The first Webinar, ASTM Standards, will be July 25 at 11 a.m. EST and conducted by Christopher Capobianco of Spartan Surfaces. Capobianco is a 19-year veteran of the ASTM Resilient Flooring Committee, where many of the category’s standards originated.

Information and registration can be found at fcica.com or by calling 877.863.2422.

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