- Damage to water and/or heating pipes.
If possible, avoid securing objects to the room floor. Underfloor heating pipes are installed throughout the whole apartment.
- The floating parquet rises.
If the apartment has a floating parquet, it must be able to swell or shrink (i.e. move freely in the plane of the floor covering) depending on the humidity. Drilling holes and installing fasteners would reduce this possibility and create the risk of the floor covering rising or cracking.
- Possible damage to electrical cables.
Be extremely careful when drilling a hole in plaster walls, as most supply networks are inside plaster walls. Avoid drilling holes closer than 0.5 m to supply networks.
- Damage to the load-bearing structure.
It is strictly forbidden to drill holes in the load-bearing or slab walls (milling and cutting holes).
It is not recommended to drill holes in the tiled floor of the bathroom, as this may damage the underfloor hydro-insulation and the heating pipes.
It is recommended to use moisture-resistant adhesives, silicone paste or tape fasteners. Avoid drilling holes into areas where water may get in. Do not drill holes in the wall between the bathroom and the hallway.