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Dricore Subfloor membrane panel 23.25 inch x 23.25 inch

Model # 700015|Store SKU # 1000112986

Overview

Model # 700015 Store SKU # 1000112986

DRICORE. Subfloor is the first and most important step towards creating a new living space as warm and comfortable as any other space in your home. DRICORE. is the one-step engineered subfloor solution that is specifically designed for basements. The raised moisture barrier covers cold, damp concrete to protect, insulate and cushion your finished floors. Concrete continually releases moisture. DRICORE. Subfloor panels have been designed with patented air gap technology to keep basement floors dry, comfortable and cozy throughout the entire year. DRICORE. Subfloor panels promote good indoor air quality by allowing concrete to breathe, which in turn reduces the potential for mould and mildew. DRICORE. Subfloor panels are fast and easy to install; a typical 500 square foot basement installs in an afternoon.

  1. Air Gap Technology helps protect against moisture, mold, mildew and small water leaks
  1. Raises finish floor temperatures by up to 9° C / 17° F (R-value 1.4)
  1. Softens finished floors against hard concrete
  1. Helps promote healthy indoor air quality
  1. Strong enough to support up to 6,642 lbs. per sq. ft.
  1. Protects any finished floor type
  1. Tongue and groove design makes installation fast and easy
  1. Limited 25 year warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
23.25
Assembled Height (in inches)
0.75
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
609
Assembled Width (in inches)
23.25
Packaged Depth (in inches)
24
Packaged Height (in inches)
0.75
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
8.17
Packaged Width (in inches)
24

Details

Country of Origin
CA-Canada
Flooring Material Features
Mildew Resistant, Radiant Heat
For Use With
Engineered Hardwood

Warranty / Certifications

AGT Products Inc. warrants to the Qualified Owner a limited 25 year warranty that its DRICORE Subfloor Panels (the Product) will be free from defects in materials, performance and workmanship related solely to the manufacture. 1-866-797-6374.
Subfloor membrane panel 23.25 inch x 23.25 inchDricore Subfloor membrane panel 23.25 inch x 23.25 inchDRICORE. Subfloor is the first and most important step towards creating a new living space as warm and comfortable as any other space in your home. DRICORE. is the one-step engineered subfloor solution that is specifically designed for basements. The raised moisture barrier covers cold, damp concrete to protect, insulate and cushion your finished floors. Concrete continually releases moisture. DRICORE. Subfloor panels have been designed with patented air gap technology to keep basement floors dry, comfortable and cozy throughout the entire year. DRICORE. Subfloor panels promote good indoor air quality by allowing concrete to breathe, which in turn reduces the potential for mould and mildew. DRICORE. Subfloor panels are fast and easy to install; a typical 500 square foot basement installs in an afternoon.
Dricore
1000112986
CAD9.582022-10-05
The Home Depot Canada
Subfloor membrane panel 23.25 inch x 23.25 inch is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 301.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Watch those measurements!!! Be careful calculating your quantity to purchase - although advertised as 2 Ft X 2 Ft, these excellent units are only 22-1/2 inches square, and then you lose 1/4 inch for the T&G, so you get only 22-1/4 inch actual coverage. This gives 495 sq in coverage per tile, not the 576 you would expect with a 2 Ft sizing. Calculate quantity accordingly because this is a full 14% difference. A floor that would need 80 tiles at 2 Ft X 2 Ft will actually need 91 of these tiles. If you are wondering about this actually being metric, forget it - the coverage is 56.5 cm on a side, so not much easier to calculate that way either. Still - a really god product.
Date published: 2009-11-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Two Batches - Different Heights and Colour Purchased 200 panels from HD for my basement. Delivered as one factory wrapped skid with another skid on top with the balance of the 200 panels neatly stacked. What I discovered midway through the job was that the tiles were a different colour (which I wasn't concerned about as I'm laying luxury vinyl plank over the subfloor) but worse, they had different finished heights. I didn't really want to disassemble all my work, so now I stuck trying to sand out the height difference where the mismatched panels join. Before I started the project I started the project, I contacted the manufacturer on another matter and they were fabulous to deal with. I like the company, but it would be difficult to recommend the product given my experience. MAKE SURE YOU GET PANELS FROM SAME BATCH!!
Date published: 2019-08-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Buyer beware. About one month ago the company decided to make all their panels at least 3/16th inch thinner. I recently had situation where do to a flood I had to replace about 10 panels in the low spot of my basement sub floor. Although the new panels do interlock with the old ones, they end up floating about 1/8th inch off the floor and the tops are 1/8 th inch less than adjoining panels. And I noticed all Home Depots (I checked 3) pulled their old stock of dricore So due to the combined efforts of dricore and Home Depot I now have a not stable and not level subfloor in my basement.
Date published: 2019-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dry core not like it use to be Our entire basement was covered with dry core about 10 yrs ago.We recently discovered a section had some mold, so we pulled it up and bought new to replace the old in this section. The new tile is not the same dimensions as the old stuff. Of course it is much thinner and the tongue and grove is also thinner. Therefore to replace a small area meant ripping up the entire thing. So we tried our best to abate the mould and reused the old, we shall be returning this as soon as the store reopens. I really dislike when manufacturers do this, of course they do it to save a buck, but I shall not be buying any.
Date published: 2021-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent way to finish a basement floor I used this product in my 800 square foot basement development and it was fantastic. Unfortunately, when I went back for extra I ended up with a different brand and I can therefore tell you that although they look the same you should not be fooled. DriCore was a snap to put together, easy to work with and with a top quality finish. The other product was a pain to work with and of inferior quality. If you are looking to do a sub floor in your basment (which you should if you want it to be warm and usable), throw out the plans for the 8' x 4' sheets, insulation and studs. Safe yourself a bunch of time and hassle by using this instead.
Date published: 2007-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellant Product We installed 115 pcs four years ago and it was as simple as they claim it to be to install. Over the years it has kept the basement floor very warm while allowing airflow over the cement to keep any moisture away. The carpet layers had never seen prior our installation and also said that is was very nice to lay the carpet on a smooth level surface. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2006-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from thickness changed I had completed half my basement floor last year with Dricore panels. When I purchased the remaining panels last week, it was to my surprise they went from 7/8" thickness to 3/4". Now I have a problem as there is a ridge that will cause a noticeable line when I put down the flooring. Great way for Dricore to save money, but it really leaves customers screwed over with matching up their old stock with their new "cheap product"
Date published: 2020-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very easy to use. I would recommend the product to anyone finishing their basement. I carried a pallet into my basement, and it wasn't too much work. They knock together easily, and can be cut with a 10"sliding miter saw. When done right, there is little waste. You will need to secure anything under a wall or near stairs with concrete screws (tapcon). There are cheaper subfloors to use, but this is perfect for a one person job, it a one off basement. I'd use this product again without hesitation.
Date published: 2017-08-08
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We are installing dricore and 12mm laminate flooring with the usual foam underlayment. Are these 2 products enough to make our house with concrete slab warm or do we need to put another underlayment in between?

Asked by: Mia S
With a medium pile carpet on top, we found this to be quite warm. Note that you do need to screw at least some of laminate sections down using concrete screws, and you will need to shim areas where the concrete has dips. Otherwise, you will hear the "slap" of the Dricore on the concrete every time a kid jumps on a loose section.
Answered by: Ern Bieman
Date published: 2020-05-08

Can I build walls on top of the dricore subfloor system? How would that work if it's a floating subfloor if I build my walls on top?

Asked by: axzg31
While DRICORE panels have the option to float, some applications require the panels to be anchored. Installing the walls on top of DRICORE is the preferred method, however the choice is yours. You could build your walls and then install your DRICORE with ¼” gap from your finished wall. Or, you could install your DRICORE leaving 1” gap to the foundation wall, and build your stud wall on top. Making Interior walls • Install your 2X4 frame directly on top of the subfloor, measuring for a "snug" fit between the subfloor and ceiling. • Once the frame is in position, simply screw the bottom plates of the 2X4 frame to the DRICORE panels, using 2" wood screws. To finish the anchoring process, we suggest fastening the bottom plate to the concrete floor using either 3" concrete nails or concrete fasteners. • Only minimal fastening to the concrete is required. For example, for every 8' length of base plate, install only two concrete anchors. Note: If you are planning to use metal studs in place of wood, the base track for the studs should be affixed to the DRICORE panels with 5/8" wood screws as a maximum. Metal stud base plates should be anchored in concrete every 2' when installing over DRICORE panels.
Answered by: DRIcore Products
Date published: 2020-10-12

Do I still need to put foam underlay ontop of the dricore if I am putting hardwood laminate down?

Asked by: TWalker
Yes, you will still need to put a foam underlay on top of these DRIcore panels. You should follow the installation instructions for the flooring you plan to lay down; so if the laminate requires underlay then you need to use it. I hope this helps.
Answered by: OnlineAssociate
Date published: 2013-10-23

I have a enclosure balcony with a well-finished cement floor. I'm gonna install the deck tiles on it, but I'm wondering with could I use it to improve insulation in the balcony as well as to decrease the noise I make on the floor? Is it waterproof?

Asked by: Andy
It’s a great product for subfloor, insulation and probably sound proof. But the top layer is OSB (wood) so I wouldn’t recommend if it’s outdoor use or needs to be waterproof. Indoor only. Maybe look for a sorr of plastic or rubber tile. Like for fitness matts
Answered by: Dkeager
Date published: 2021-12-27

I just picked up several pieces to extend an existing dry core sub floor. Has the thickness changed? They are much thinner and do not fit correctly with existing pieces? 

Asked by: BGPigott
Yes the thickness has changed. Something I’m not very happy about but they have you cornered if you’re expanding or redoing something. I’ve had my basement flood 3 times now, every time I pull up the laminate and dry core. I’ve replaced 50-100 panels each time as they expand with to much moisture. I have feathered out the different heights with a hand plan first and a belt sander to finish it with good luck. You will need a few more shims too. I’m not happy about the changes but that’s how I have worked around it. Hope this helps! 
Answered by: Not my nickname
Date published: 2020-05-16

Hi, How many panels do I need for a room that's 11"x13"? Thank you and happy holidays! Ben

Asked by: Benoit
An 11' x 13' room is 143 square feet. 143/3.3 = 43.33. So 44 panels. Our calculator a 10% overage anticipation of cuts and error.
Answered by: DRIcore Products
Date published: 2020-02-15

I have an older home with no cement floor in the basement just ground. instead of pouring a cement floor to accommodate the panels, will they also work on just bare ground?

Asked by: DonR
Hello Don, Please do not install the subfloor panels over the ground. The panels are designed and tested for applications over concrete only. The ground may be too humid for the panels, and the cleats could sink into the soil causing the seams to be in direct contact with any moisture. This could lead to the OSB becoming wet, which could cause the panels to swell and buckle.
Answered by: DRIcore Products
Date published: 2020-08-03

Will the new 1" thick dricore panels interlock with the older 1" panels (which are now the 3/4" panels). I need to replace a section of my basement floor which was built with the older panels.

Asked by: Steve
I'm not sure about that, but if you can take a piece of the old one to the store and put lt next to the new one you can see if there's any difference.
Answered by: Tony
Date published: 2022-09-15
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