. “No floor stands alone,” says Ed Wagner, CEO and owner of Wagner Meters. “We understand that every building project involves a variety of professionals that need to have complete information for success.”
Rogue River, OR (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
Wagner Meters has long been known for its innovative and industry-tested products for moisture content management. With both the Wagner Rapid RH® and wood moisture content tools, the company has informed and equipped industry professionals for years, and Wagner continues to look for better ways to support the industries it serves.
With that goal in mind, Wagner Meters is pleased to announce that these two building product divisions will be joining forces for a complete moisture content focus for flooring and building professionals.
Wagner Meters’ new Flooring Division will still provide the same solid up-to-date resources, training and information as in the past, but will do so with a more complete “ground up” approach. “No floor stands alone,” says Ed Wagner, CEO and owner of Wagner Meters. “We understand that every building project involves a variety of professionals that need to have complete information for success.” From concrete professionals to wood flooring installers, and from architects to inspectors, Wagner Meters provides a wide variety of resources for accurately measuring, documenting and reducing risk related to moisture content in concrete and wood flooring.
Wood workers will continue to find the same range of information and resources as they’ve come to rely on from Wagner Meters, with increased information specific to their own wood MCmoisture content measurement needs.
To learn more about Wagner Meters’ resources for flooring and concrete professionals, visit http://www.wagnermeters.com, or contact us for more information.
About Wagner Meters
For over 40 years, Wagner Electronics has been recognized as the world leader in providing advanced moisture measurement and management solutions to the construction industry. We offer a variety of meters designed to measure pH and relative humidity for concrete installations. Learn more about Wagner Meters at http://www.WagnerMeters.com or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter.