The current relative humidity outside right now for me is 87%. I'd like to install a cork floor but the manufacturer's website says:

Maintain a moderate temperature and relative humidity around 50-60%; use de-humidifier or humidifier where necessary.

If this is true, then why are there places in Seattle, Portland, and Florida that even sell cork flooring at all? Can I install cork flooring if I live in one of these high humid areas without worrying about bubbling, or bulging? This would go in every room but the bathrooms.

  • Because people in those areas use a de-humidifier when necessary? – Johnny Feb 3 '16 at 19:15

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