IVC's rules du jour?

Discussion in 'Vinyl & Rubber Flooring Sales and Installations' started by Barry Carlton, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. Barry Carlton

    Barry Carlton Senior Member Published

    I was asked about coving IVC and I know that they have changed their instructions several times. What is their stand on coving (today)?

    This will be one drop of about 40-45 yards, full spread, and no seams. (other the OS corners)

    It is for a architect's own home and he spec'ed it for coved and, get this, those goofy metal inside and outside corners. :(:mad:
     
  2. Barry Carlton

    Barry Carlton Senior Member Published

    Found out that there are new specs for coving and permanent installations......more to follow.
    The specs were just approved today, so won't be out for a few weeks.

    Also learned that the lack of tech support and poor internet support for installers was addressed as well. Hopefully there will be some positive changes.
     
  3. Jon Scanlan

    Jon Scanlan That Kiwi Charter Member I Support TFP Senior Member

    We down this way have just coved these types of vinyls the same way we have done with all vinyls over the years.
    Are we doing it wrong? :)
     
  4. Barry Carlton

    Barry Carlton Senior Member Published

    And I thought Americans were resistant to change :rolleyes:
     
  5. rusty baker

    rusty baker Well-Known Member

    You mean IVC now has a tech dept? I called them once and they told me, they didn't have one.
     
  6. Barry Carlton

    Barry Carlton Senior Member Published

    Change may be afoot my friend.
     
  7. Jon Scanlan

    Jon Scanlan That Kiwi Charter Member I Support TFP Senior Member

    Nobody has told us anything. Maybe they don't realize that New Zealand exists. Or it is maybe because we could be the smallest country in the world and us Kiwis don't matter :)
     
  8. twomly

    twomly Pro Member

    Educate me please guys whats IVC short for, maybe its called summit else here.

    Twomly
     
  9. Barry Carlton

    Barry Carlton Senior Member Published

  10. hookknife

    hookknife Hard Surface Installer Charter Member Senior Member

    It is a growing company, I'm sure it will take some time to get that machine running i.e. tech stuff ect.
     
  11. Roland Thompson

    Roland Thompson Charter Member Senior Member

    It stands for, International Vinly Company.
     
  12. stullis

    stullis Charter Member Senior Member


    Maybe you heard of Nairn. Manufactured in Scotland.
     
  13. twomly

    twomly Pro Member

    Thanks now I know who it is.

    Twomly
     
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