EZ Floor Underlayment 5 mm
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Top Features for EZ Floor Underlayment 5 mm
- Use over carpeting to install rubber flooring
- Contains integraded moisture barrier
- 80% recycled content, LEED MR 4
- Hides minor subfloor defects
- Improves comfort under foot
- Non-absorbent, resists mold and mildew
- Thermal comfort, floors feel warmer
- 10 year residential warranty
Home Installations, Multi-Family Housing, Apartments and Condos, Light Commercial Applications
EZ-Floor Underlayment 5 mm is a universal LVT floor underlayment 5 mm for use with most glue down and floating vinyl plank flooring. This 5 mm underlayment reduces subfloor preparation that is required for most installations.
EZ Floor Underlayment 5 mm can be installed over most existing hard surface, resilient floors, or apply this underlayment over moderately cracked or damaged subfloors without the need to patch. Encapsulate Asbestos in existing flooring without expensive mitigation. EZ Floor Underlayment provides an integrated moisture barrier for slab on grade or below grade applications. With simplified installation, you will reduce labor and material costs along with the ability to have easy changeover of flooring in rental properties.
Provide impact sound control for floating or glue down plank or laminate flooring applications.
(ASTM E492 / E989)
IIC 69 - 6 inch Concrete Slab - Drywall Ceiling
(ASTM 2179) Delta IIC Rating - 20
(ASTM E90 / E413)
STC 66 - 6 inch Concrete Slab - Drywall Ceiling
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|SF per Item||172.33|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||12|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 55|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Roll out lay flat, tape the seams|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year residential|
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