The moisture control process allows floors, be they carpet, tile, sheet vinyl or coatings to stay down on the floor, not fail or delaminate or most likely blister, that’s what typically happens. And eventually they become loose enough to be trip hazards on a floor, but they’re unsightly from the beginning. And on the very few floors that we’ve encountered it where the customer hasn’t opted to buy the moisture mitigation and he’s had a subsequent problem, we’ve been called back to repair it and it can be extremely costly. Depending on the environment it can be a lot more costly to go back and replace a floor than it initially was to put the floor down. So the advantages are mostly cost down the road but you would be living with an aesthetic problem until you got it fixed and possibly a trip hazard problem, so dealing with moisture is very important.