– Installers use protective shoe covers – this means less particulate contaminants will be tracked into your home (you know – dust, bug parts, dirt, etc…);
– HEPA vacuums are used to clean the subfloor prior to installing pad – HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air and represents the most advanced filtration method, keeping your indoor air cleaner. Wikipedia: “A high efficiency particulate air, or HEPA (pronounced /ˈhɛpə/), filter is a type of high-efficiency air filter.”
– A special anti-microbial spray is applied to your subfloor to minimize the growth of mold and mildew. This means there is far less likelihood of mold growing in your subfloor or pad;
– HLI pad with anti-microbial protection built-in is then installed. This doubles up on the protection added by the spray and serves as extra insurance for you.
I’ve been in the flooring business for 15 years and my wonderful wife has seen just about everything this field can throw at a guy. When I told her about this system, she said “Wow!” and really meant it. To me, that means the world!