Home Articles Installation Places You Should Never Install Allure Flooring While allure flooring is the “Easiest Floor Ever”, it is not meant to be installed everywhere. Some environments just don’t rest well with it. Here is a list of places you should never install allure flooring: 1. An unheated cottage- Sorry, we can’t recommend this. This product is for indoor, temperature-controlled environments only. You must acclimate the product in the room of installation for a minimum of 48 hours at a temperature between 65°F to 85°F. Also, avoid exposure to direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time as this may damage your floor. Use shades or blinds if the room gets long periods of direct sunlight. 2. A three-season porch- Again we do not recommend this because you would be installing Allure in a non climate-controlled room. Allure cannot be installed in non climate-controlled vacation homes, cottages, or cabins. It is not for use on porches, patios, decks, or trailers of any type, including PODS. 3. RV’s, campers, trailers, or a boat- Nope, we can’t recommend these places. They generally are not considered to be “climate-controlled”, and therefore are not covered under warranty. 4. Stairs- Sorry, we do not warranty our product for usage on stairs or any vertical surface (which means it cannot be glued to your wall in your home). If you do not care about the warranty, and choose to void it, be sure to use a good quality construction adhesive. 5. Existing laminate flooring or a thin indoor outdoor carpet- No, you cannot install over a laminate floor or over any carpet or any foam or spongy padding. That would void the warranty.