Model # AMD0150G

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Amdry 2.09 in. x 2 ft. x 4 ft. OSB Insulated R7 Subfloor Panel


2.09 in. x 2 ft. x 4 ft. OSB Insulated R7 Subfloor Panel

  • Tongue and groove panel allows for quick & easy installation
  • Can be used for various types of applications
  • Allows moisture and air to move freely
$2483 /each

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Product Overview

Amdry Insulated OSB Subfloor panels are designed to offer a better,simpler insulation system; designed specifically for Carpet, laminate, engineered hardwood and hardwood flooring surfaces - virtually any screw down, nail down or floating floor-cover application. Panel incorporating vapour barrier, insulation, and an OSB subfloor finish; quick and easy to install. Applications include residential environments such as a basements or retro-fit garages;commercial environments, agricultural, retail store and industrial applications. The Amdry panels are designed to include the highest quality surface materials, laminated to rigid EPS insulation, to provide a simple One Step quick, reliable and long lasting insulation solution. Note- This product is a 2 part system- You will be required to purchase seperatelly- Bags of 15 Flex Connectors - (1 bag will connect 10 full tiles) Amvic SKU # AMDC0104

  • Amdry saves time saves money saves energy, amdry helps achieve warmer, drier, more energy efficient basements
  • Amdry promotes better indoor air quality by providing a continuous thermal break across the entire concrete floor
  • A combination of deep drainage and ventilation channels allows moisture and air to move freely promoting surface drying; reducing the potential for mold, mildew and odors
  • Installs 40% faster than comparable tongue and groove subfloor panels
  • 5/8 in. OSB is perfect for carpet, engineered wood and hardwood or laminated, virtually any glue down screw down or floating flooring surface
  • Panel must be paired with amdry flex connector model number: 204399253 - insulated subfloor panel OSB flex connector
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Customer Questions & Answers

We need to put a floor down that is just 2 x 4's, will this work on studs or do we need to lay a foundation of plywood over the floor studs?

Asked by: Robbie
You need a flat, level surface to lay it down on. These panels are meant to replace the 2x4 and plywood sub floors are usually made from.
Answered by: JimZ
Date published: 2016-05-27

Once you lay the entire floor can you tile a spot and mount a wood burning fireplace?

This is for an on grade slab home we use for a cabin.
Asked by: ColdinIrons
This product would be classed as "combustible" , therefore the ONLY way (not just because AMdry told you yes) to know if you can have it UNDER your hearth/fireplace is to check with the manufacture of your stove unit. You need to know what r-value (or K-factor) is require under your fireplace. Every wood burning unit is different.
Answered by: Gman
Date published: 2016-12-08

can you use this in an attic to create a walkable floor to be able to storage stuff neater and better?

Asked by: diane
Not unless you already have a plywood floor as truss spacing may not allow for the panels to sit solidly and be attached securely.
Answered by: Amdry Product Specialist
Date published: 2017-02-13

Is this rated to installig stretch in carpet over?

Asked by: Larry
Yes Should be good for 90% if carpets. Some of the very heavy duty commercial carpers that are really very stiff may require you anchor the tack strip through the Amdry right into the concrete, but I would try first before going this route. Also run the 4ft lengths in the longest direction of the room and stagger each second row for additional stability and strength. Good Luck HC
Answered by: Amdry Product Specialist
Date published: 2016-02-22
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Customer Reviews

2.09 in. x 2 ft. x 4 ft. OSB Insulated R7 Subfloor Panel is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The floor went down easy and we like how it... The floor went down easy and we like how it keeps everything away from the moisture would recommend to anyone finishing a basement floor
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Panels Buckled/Bowed Within 5 Days I bought this product because it was suppose to make installation easy for installing a thermal barrier in a basement. But within 5 days of receiving the pallets of subfloor and installing all the panels are now completely bowed/buckled, and the floor is no loner level. The center of every panel is raised while the edges are lower. The panels that are not installed yet but just sitting in a pile are also affected as well. The floor was perfectly level before and after installation, and now when walking and stepping in the center of the panel the panel sinks with each footstep. I bought this because the manufacture claims "This built-in compression joint virtually eliminates any chance of buckling or heaving of the floor surface due to excessive expansion." However when I reached out to the manufacture I was told that having humidity above 20%/30% in the basement causes this, my humidity is currently only about 40%. This product is specifically designed for a basement which by default will have a higher humidity level. I live in PA. They claim that the OSB has to expand but the Styrofoam underneath does not expand so then floor bows/buckles. But again I thought that was the purpose of the special connectors or the 1/2" gap around the perimeter. The gap along the edges is unchanged and the plastic connectors do not appear to have more pressure put on them. And the fact the panels not even installed had the same affect I seriously doubt their quality product.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very easy to work with The product is easy to install and cut and connect together. It does pose an issue with the height of the product. Be careful around your basement stairs, it lessens the height of the last step about 2 inches, our building code requires equal height between each step and we failed our final inspection. We had to remove the flooring from around the stairs. Over all great product, insulates the basement floor well and very easy to install and cut. It is a bit pricey though. Make sure your basement ceiling is of adequate height including box ins before you install, you lose about 2.5 inches of floor the ceiling height.
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as stated, saves time and money. I found the quality of the product delivered to be exactly as stated with only one small tear in the seal of one of the boards. I just took some duck tape and patched it over, the material is going to be stationary, on smooth concrete. Took a little time to become aware of the peculiarities of lining up the flex connectors, and facing the reality that the best way to cut the connectors is with a hacksaw. When compared against, vapor shielding, framing, insulating and subflooring, this method beats the cost and time, by a mile.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First time installing it... Excellent product I normally work with other subfloor panels. I used amdry by the home owners request. Excellent product to work with. Fast installation. Definitely will recommend it to my clients.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use, saved me time Got this product from the store in St Clair. I used drycore in my older house and decided to try this one for my new basement reno. Installation time was faster. Insulation already include. Make sure you do your measurements correct I miss calculated and got extra panels.
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Amdry Panel Installation I installed the Amdry panels over my new construction concrete basement slab. The house was approximately 2 years old when I installed the panels. Per the Amdry instructions, I did nothing special to the concrete slab other than insuring it was clean. The house is in NH and the basement has not had any moisture or water problems since we've moved in. The basement is a walkout basement with 2 of the 4 basement walls being concrete, built into the hillside. The concrete slab is fairly flat, with only 1 or 2 small areas that dip down approximately 1/16 or 1/8 in from overall flatness The installation was straight forward and as simple as described in the installation instructions. I brought all the panels into the basement and left them for 1 month prior to installation. After installation, I noticed that more than a few panels, probably 20-30 appeared to be warped upwards. When looking at some of the remaining unused panels it was clear that the upper surface of the OSB was warping upwards, approximately 1/4 in along the long or 4 ft axis. The warped installed panels clearly "bounce" when walked on. The basement air relative humidity is approximately 50%, so not that bad. I plan on letting the subfloor set for a few more months before I decide what needs to be done about the warpage. Amvic technical support suggests I put Tapcon screws down through all the warped panels
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Stable and Easy Sub Floor I ordered 40 sheets and connectors and they were delivered on a pallet and the delivery service guy helped get them down our driveway and into our garage. This was a real work saver. I installed the floor with the help of a plan I made to make sure the edges did not end up with small sections that would be unstable. The pieces cut easily (but cut them outside since the foam pieces are a pain to clean up - like those annoying Styrofoam peanuts) and then connected them with the plastic connectors very easily. i would consider this a moderate DIY project, but with some common sense, any handy person (WITH THE RIGHT TOOLS) should be able to handle it. The biggest issue for me was that my basement floor was not flat and level as I would have liked, although I had a fresh layer of re-enforced concrete poured before I installed the floor. once installed, I used very long (4") concrete screws, one for each section, to stabilize the floor. The hard part was drilling into the concrete with the floor in place. i needed very long concrete drill bit and a hammer drill. I then had carpeting installed (tackless, not glued - so it could be removed and a wood or other floor could be installed in the future). All in all, i love the ease of the system as compared to the 2x4's and plywood solution that sub floors are usually made from. My basement is dry, but even if some dampness is present, the construction of the panels allows for breathing and the anti-mold treatment on the plastic gives me peace of mind that mold won't form underneath. At least not in my basement.
Date published: 2015-01-13
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