Basement Floor Insulation

Making one’s basement habitable and comfortable by finishing, is a good way of making living spaces larger in most homes. Insulation is usually a significant factor when it comes to this process, ending up with an energy efficient, comfortable and one that will lower one’s expenses in the long run. Usually what’s found on the bottom of your basement is usually a concrete slab. Unfortunately, lest you have insulation, you may end up having a really cold floor in your home. You also require a subfloor material just like ThermalDry.

Problems triggered by wood subflooring and ways to prevent them.

Many professionals fix cold concrete by the use of plywood subflooring that’s installed tight on top of the existing wood sleepers which are on a given concrete slab. The problem with this approach is that that it usually absorbs moisture, and will end up attracting mold that can lead to more nightmares like decay. In such situations your floor may have to be torn out, ruining your entire investment.
Ensure your home floor is properly insulated, the first time, the correct manner with our proficient recommendations from The Home Insulators. Call us today for absolutely free estimates and quote.

Advantages of using ThermalDry Floor Decking

* Your cold concrete turns into a warm/cozy floor. The numerous layers inside of the firm foam insulation will create a robust thermal barrier, which makes your floor nice and warm and will significantly reduce heat loss.
* eliminates moisture/mold damage on your floor -ThermalDry will not collect mold or even be affected by moisture.
* Versatility- With its top-notch performing capabilities, ThermalDry will go over any kind of concrete slab.
* Easy Insulation- panels from Thermal dry don’t require tough masonry fasteners. They intertwine and you will be able to complete it in just one step.

One-Step Setting up for both Underlayment and Floor Insulation

A ThermalDry board normally has two materials, both are inorganic. SilverGlo firm foam Insulation that is suffused with graphite, and the magnesium oxide board. Wood materials will take in moisture that may lead to the occurrence of mold. ThermalDry has got a SIlverGlo inelastic foam and composite boards too. These inert materials won’t take any kind of damage from mold and moisture.

If you decide to place Pro-Comfort flooring on top of your ThermalDry, this turns out to be a perfect combination for shelling your cold concrete using a warm alternative.
For a properly finished floor, Pro Comfort carpet will fit perfectly with your ThermalDry Floor Decking. The structure of the Pro Comfort Carpeting is made up of inert material thus making it entirely mold resistant, and a perfect fit for a basement. If properly installed together, both products- the Pro Comfort Carpeting and ThermalDry will assist move up the floor temperature up to as much as 16 degrees.

The linked design of the carpeting allows one to install this product effortlessly by merely fitting them, and also provides you with the option of replacing any sections which may be damaged. Reach out to our consultants so as you can get the right advice for your floor needs.

Make your Basement cozy with a solution from The Home Insulator
Call us today to get a free estimate and even a demo on the incredible effects of the ThermalDry Insulated floor decking and also the Pro Comfort Carpeting for your basement. We promise to assist you in creating a warm, cozy and most importantly durable floor.