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This underlayment is 2mm thick and will provide you with the best performance of moisture barrier protection AND sound reduction to keep your floors free of squeaks! The 2 mil membrane will protect your floors from moisture rising from your subfloor.
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Silver Vapor 3-in-1 Flooring Underlayment 2mm sf. Total: Overview Specification Installation Product Reviews Overview Details 3in1 Silver Vapor Barrier Underlayment is so versatile it can be used under all types of laminate flooring and even engineered hardwood floating floors! Special Features: Let this underlayment impress you with all its inspiring features! Check out some of the other incredible features offered to you: Comfort: The 3in1 underlayment provides a cushioned and moisture barrier that will protect your floor, keeping it insulated and free of leaks!
Versatile: This underlayment is suitable for all floorings ranging from concrete slab, bamboo, floating and wood floors, or even laminates engineered hardwood! Hiring a contractor? Home Utilities How much will it cost? Load-bearing Walls. Radon Mitigation AMA. Tile and Stone AMA. Tiling, A Guide. Windows AMA. Windows Part 2. I am installing a radiant heated floor system under ceramic tile on a bare concrete slab.
I'm relatively sure that the concrete slab is not insulated as it was originally a garage bay. I was told without an underlayment most of my heat would transfer into the cold ground through the slab. I found this which I thought would work well but I'm not sure how to actually install it. My original plan was to lay it down on the slab, install the radiant heating mats and then cover it with self leveling compound but I was told that this would not work as the self leveling compound would not bond to the underlayment.
I've attempted to contact the company but have not yet received a response a week or so and there does not seem to be detailed instructions anywhere that I could find either on the internet or with the product itself that describe the method for installing it with tile. Did you read this article? Are you particularly bonded to that specific underlayment for any reason? I've read about a thousand articles. Anything else I would have to order and I was trying to finish the flooring last weekend.
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