This week, the questions come from Annie and Martin who are renovating their basement: “We want to put hardwood in the basement and we are hesitating between two kinds of sub-floor: a solvent (In sub floor) and another that is deposited on the concrete (Barricade). Do you know of other types of raised floors? Which to choose? Can we nail the sub floor? ”
Say, first, that today’s materials have inevitably all the same quality standards to meet. Each company has its own theory and they are all valued. Just look at the demos provided by the manufacturer to do with what type of installation you are most comfortable when we do the work yourself. Most important is to look at the isolation level that the product will give. In the two models referred to here, they have a difference of insulation coefficient of .5, which is really minimal.
If your intention is to install a hardwood floor, which is your case, I would go with one that is bonded to an increased stability of the floor. As I mention every time, it is super important to follow the directions on the product packaging to ensure proper installation and consistent and thus avoid problems later. Your Turn! For every problem there is a solution. Read the instructions on the packaging of all products that are encountered for the first time is key to success and much satisfaction with the results obtained. so we should choose right sub floor for our aristocracy home decor.