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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. Patented air gap technology helps protect against moisture, mold and mildew
  1. DRICORE Subfloor insulates against cold concrete (R-Value of 1.4)
  1. Softens finished floors against the hard concrete
  1. Tongue & groove design snaps into place for an easy installation
  1. Supports over 6,600 lbs. per sq. ft.
  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
CAD8.53
The Home Depot Canada
Subfloor membrane panel 23.25 inch x 23.25 inch is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 650.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from We were told about DriCore and decided to go ahead... We were told about DriCore and decided to go ahead and put it in a basement room on top of concrete and under carpet. World of difference!!
Date published: 2021-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG. Great stuff. Limited waste. Easy to... OMG. Great stuff. Limited waste. Easy to work with. Surprised contractors!
Date published: 2021-07-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not impressed! I bought the same product in 2012, it was $4.56 per section and 1.5 inches thick. it is now $8.53 per section and 3/4 of an inch thick.
Date published: 2021-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SIMPLE FIX IN MANUFACTURING. excellent product for my sub floor on concrete basement floor,simple to install and able to change directions of t and g . home depot should know fibre board has one side semi damp proof { or sealed} but sub floor was not put together in the right fashion in my opinion. 8.5 from me. for the price would be easy manufacturing fix.
Date published: 2021-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great application over my rough and old basement concrete... Great application over my rough and old basement concrete
Date published: 2021-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A nice subfloor but a bit expensive.... A nice subfloor but a bit expensive.
Date published: 2021-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install for the DIY and Pro alike... Easy to install for the DIY and Pro alike
Date published: 2021-06-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too thin to use as subfloor on a framework....ad indicates... Too thin to use as subfloor on a framework....ad indicates it's 5/8 thickness. In reality it is only half inch. Only good to level if installed directly on concrete slab.
Date published: 2021-06-10
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Is this good for foundation for outside shed

Asked by: Bobby
This would not be the product you want for an outdoor shed. Over time, it will likely be exposed to more moisture than it is deigned to handle. The plastic will separate from the oriented strand board causing the wood to swell. This product also requires a flat base, which, depending on the material you place it on, may not be as stable as needed. I would not recommend this for outdoor use
Answered by: BuckeyeDIY
Date published: 2021-07-20

is the whole thing 3/4 thick or does that not include the rubber bottom?

Asked by: Sifa
Whole thing is 3/4 thick.
Answered by: jwl1433
Date published: 2021-07-13

how many square feet does one piece cover

how many square feet does one piece cover
Asked by: pacman64
2 x 2 = 4
Answered by: MathProfessor
Date published: 2021-07-11

Can I install this above my high push carpet with intention of using as a home gym? I plan to be...

Can I install this above my high push carpet with intention of using as a home gym? I plan to be squatting/dead-lifting hundreds of pounds overhead.
Asked by: William
Dear William: No. Dricore panels must be installed directly on top of the concrete slab. You should also install 3/4" plywood over the DriCore panels, which flex a bit due to the rubber layer on the bottom. I assume this is a basement project -- so here are some tips for Dricore installation and basement upgrades: (1) First make sure there are no cracks and leaks in the walls. Fill and seal cracks with Sikaflex Model # 7116110, Home Depot Internet #300934565 Store SKU #652010 If moisture is coming through the wall, apply damp-proofing to the surface. Products like Drylok can provide an important layer of moisture protection. See: Drylok Model # 28615, Home Depot Internet #202610896 Store SKU #1000531519. This product will minimize diffusion from the soil through the foundation. (2) Use 2" thick Foamular XPS foam board on the concrete walls. XPS does not absorb moisture; a 2" thick layer will provide R-10 insulation plus a strong vapor retarder. (3) Using foam board compatible glue, fasten sheets of foam board to your concrete walls. Apply a thick bead around the perimeter of each sheet, to create an air seal when it is pressed against the concrete wall. See: Loctite PL300 Model # 1421941, Home Depot Internet #202020476 Store SKU #780400. You can lean a 2x4 against each sheet to hold it in place while the glue sets, or pin them in place with a RamSet. After all of the sheets of foam board are installed, seal all of the joints and edges to block air leaks. DAP 230 works well for joints and small gaps; the 'Window and Door' version of Great Stuff foam is good for larger gaps. (4) Build your new 2x interior wall in front of the foam board. Use pressure treated (PT) lumber for the sole plate. If water leaks could occur and the floor may be damp, install a piece of Veranda cellular PVC trim on the floor first, to lift the sole plate off the concrete and keep if from rotting; leave small gaps every few feet for water to trickle through under the DriCore panels noted below. Use a RamSet to drive nails into the concrete, or drill holes for expansion bolts. We use bolts in areas with high stress, e.g. near doorways, stair landings and the ends of pony walls. See: RamSet Model # 00022, Home Depot Internet #100091715 Store SKU #107708. Be sure to wear ear and eye protection when you use a RamSet. (5) Insulate and seal the rim joist pockets: Pack the end of each bay with rock wool ~6" deep. (6) Run your electric lines to receptacles and lights. Fire block (seal) the holes in the studs with 3M Fire Block sealant. See: 3M Model # FB 136, Home Depot Internet #100390499 Store SKU #191728 DO NOT use any type of spray foam, even if it says "Fire Block" on the label, e.g. Great Stuff. These spray foam are actually very flammable. Informed building inspectors can fail an inspection if they find spray foam used for fire blocking. (7) Fill the stud bays with rock wool - the most cost effective solution. See: Owens Corning Model # UB-40-P3D-15--47--121, Home Depot Internet #304633821 Store SKU #1003061505. (8) If there is any possibility of a water leak into your basement, install DriCore panels on the floor first. They have a rubber surface on the bottom with channels that water can trickle through. Make sure, of course, that you have a drain with a dry well or sump pump for the water to escape to. Carefully seal all of the joints and edges of the DriCore panels to block air / moisture leaks. You can use standard poly shims - available at Home Depot - to level the Dricore panels. (Do not use wood shims.) Then install 1" of Foamular on top of the DriCore, and seal the joints and edges. Cover the Foamular with 3/4" plywood as the subfloor / nailbase for your new flooring. Run the plywood 90 degrees from the direction of the foam board, with a 1/2" gap around the edge for expansion. Again, seal all of the joints and edges. See: DriCore Model # CDGNUS750024024, Home Depot Internet #202268752 Store SKU #361018. We installed DriCore at a recent project as a fail-safe, even though the basement was dry. Water leaked in unexpectedly through a window during a downpour, and DriCore saved the new floor. If you are certain that there is no possibility of a water leak into your basement, install 1" thick Foamular on the concrete floor -- and seal the joints and edges. Cover this with 3/4" plywood, running 90 degrees to the foam board panels. Leave a 1/2" gap around the edge to allow for expansion. Again, seal all of the joints and edges. (9) Also read up on fire blocking, which many people overlook. This is required at the top of basement walls, along the walls, at the top of stairs, etc. Do a Google search for "Fire Blocking Basics" from JLCOnline. Roxul rock wool is a good solution. You can stuff it into the gap at the top of the wall and into the end of floor joist bays. To seal holes created for pipes and wiring, use fire resistant caulk, e.g. 3M Model # CP-25WB+, Home Depot Internet #100166701 Store SKU #163096.. DO NOT use the "Fireblock" version of Great Stuff foam; as noted above. I hope this is helpful. Mark
Answered by: BvilleBound
Date published: 2021-06-26

Can peel and stick vinyl plank flooring (6" x 36") be installed directly on Dricore subflooring?

Asked by: bill68
We used vinyl plank flooring it was not a stick on product but click together type. I would think you could glue down a product to it. 
Answered by: Irwin
Date published: 2021-06-24

I have a 3'' PVC pipe flange sticking out of my concrete floor. About 1/4'' above ground. Wanted ...

I have a 3'' PVC pipe flange sticking out of my concrete floor. About 1/4'' above ground. Wanted to use this panel to raise the surrounding floor up instead of cutting the flange. Can this panel sit on top of the flange with shim? The finish floor that goes over the DRICORE would be a 7mm think SPC Engineered Vinyl Plank. Floating floor installation. The subfloor needs to have a 3/16'' flatness over 10ft span or better for the finished floor locking mechanism to work. Is this product better for the application or the would the DRICORE Insul-Armor be better?
Asked by: Yomi
Hello Yomi, Please contact our customer service - help@dricore.com as I need to speak with an engineer to provide recommendations.
Answered by: DRIcore Products
Date published: 2021-06-23

How many boards will I need to cover a 360 sq ft area

Asked by: Raymond
Mathematically, just 90 would do it (360 sq ft /4 sq ft), but since you'll probably have to work around a number of imperfections and protrusions in your area, you'll need more. Even more, if your space is non-symmetrical, etc. I'd say buy about 100, and you may need more, ... or less.
Answered by: dHSLrXmjYIC
Date published: 2021-06-22

Can I install in a kitchen?

Can I install in a kitchen?
Asked by: MOTO
Sure. But why would you need this product in a Kitchen?
Answered by: Petero
Date published: 2021-06-02
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