I went and looked at a job yesterday and I need you guys input. I originally went to measure this job and was just gonna price labor while the customer had already picked a floating vinyl plank at home depot. So when i walked in the room it was hotter than hell. So i asked the lady what the deal was and she said it was hot yoga. I said does it stay this hot in here all the time and she said its 105 degrees during class and then the temp probably comes down to 95 when not in use. So there is one red flag with this floating LVP. The second came with the size of this room. It was 65 feet by 26 feet. So I told the lady that I would feel more comfortable with a glue down product and told her Id be doing some checking on here material specs to see if it could be glued. It cant.. , but to my knowledge most material needs to have a maintained temp and not have a major swing like this room will have. Am I correct? If a different material needs to be used what would that be? I mentioned heat weld sheet vinyl due to all the sweat and exercise but I know that will be to much for them. She mentioned something about 2.50 ft for material. Should I run?