Condo Hardwood/Laminate Floor Question
Hi there! We just bought a condo and planning to install hardwood or laminate flooring before moving in. Though we read the bylaws from the management, and there is one says, 'After successful installation, at least 60% of the hardwood floor area is required to be covered by rugs or runners to prevent noise development'.
If 60% of the area must be covered by carpet then I don't see a point of spending the money to do the hardwood floor? I thought if they approved the kind of hardwood/laminate and padding, it should be no problem?