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SuperSeal? Warm N Quiet?

Posted by kkal474 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 6, 09 at 17:39

I am trying to figure out how I am going to finish the floors in my basement and have looked at many options including DriCore, Delta FL, and XPS/OSB. My goal is to have a warm, dry floor because I know if the floors are cold, I will be less inclined to want to go down there in the winter especially. I came across the superseal products and wondered if anyone ahd used them and if so your experience with them. They say that you don't need to put down a subfloor with the all-in-one but only say you can use laminate or carpet. Since I won't do laminate and don't really want carpet everywhere, do I have to then put a subfloor down on top of the membrane? Anybody have any idea what the cost of these products run?

Thanks

Kristen


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RE: SuperSeal? Warm N Quiet?

Since I won't do laminate and don't really want carpet everywhere, do I have to then put a subfloor down on top of the membrane?

Yes.

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