Henry 555 Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment-12165 - The Home Depot
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Model # 12165

Internet # 100549588

Store SKU # 413540

555 Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment


Henry 555 Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment
 

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

$36.98 / roll
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 12165

Internet # 100549588

Store SKU # 413540

The Henry Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment is an easy-to-use, cement-based underlayment that self levels. Just mix it with water, pour and spread. The underlayment is excellent for smoothing and flattening interior surfaces before installing floor coverings. Use over concrete, wood, tile, terrazzo and cut back adhesive.

  • Must use Henry primer 554
  • Covers 43 sq. ft. at 1/8 in. thick
  • Antimicrobial
  • Install ceramic tile in 6 hours
  • Walk on in 2 hours

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.)  21.5 in  Assembled Height (in.)  5 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  11 in 
Details
Compression strength (psi)  4100  Flooring Product Type  Underlayment 
Product Weight (lb.)  40 lb  Returnable  90-Day 
Vertical/overhead use  No  Working time (min.)  15 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  1 Year Limited 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellant self leveling cement After looking at the reviews over the other popular product, this had lesser poor reviews so I gave this a try. I also bought the Henry 554 and applied over 360 sqft of space. Poured a total of 10 bags of Henry 555. Using a 10 gallon plastic garbage can, Here's how I went about it after watching the video several times. The interior temperature was about 65F and the floor temperature was about 60F in the basement I mixed a small quantity to even out the recessed crevices at the base and waited for it to dry. Having certain I'll be able to mix the Henry 555 without any unmixed cement stuck in the crevices, I proceeded to mix 2 bags with 10 qts of water. I used the metal paddle from HD and a 1/2 inch corded drill and mixed everything until it was consistent. It didn't need 2-3 minutes as they recommended, probably about 1.5 minutes. I poured half of the mixture and rolled it with a 20" wide spiked roller that I purchased online. It was extremely useful as the anti splash also worked as a gaged spreader while the spikes on the roller took care of the surface tension to allow the mixture to flow evenly and feather the edges between pours. January 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked well replaced particle board with plywood in my kitchen, had a dip in the floor. used 555 to fill in tthe floor. pulled and push it with the back side of a garden rake, levealed well. would use it again. well worth the money. June 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bathroom is done! I tried three different self-leveling cement products and this is the one that did exactly what I wanted it to. I t mixed well, flowed like a liquid and dried smooth. Now I can put vinyl tiles down. October 19, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Easy To Use but not meant for Asbestos Tile Floors I bought this product to go over a worn out asbestos tile from the 1950's. This stuff is easy to mix and apply and did an amazing job leveling out my floor. The problem was it started to peal up the next day. I called the company's tech support department and they confirmed that their product is not designed to work on asbestos tile. Even if I had used their primer product (which I didn't) it still wouldn't work according to Tech Support t wish their bag and or web site said this product can't be used on Asbestos. The downside is I bought and applied over 7 bags of this stuff. And granted now I can't get my money back. If I had a concrete or wood subfloor to level I would surely use this product. September 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use This product has not been reviewed since October 2012 so I figured I would here in March 2013. I am a complete novice. Follow the directions and you cannot go wrong. Do use a drill to mix it. Hand mixing won't give you the smooth consistency needed (unless you are King Kong). When you start to mix with the drill, start from the bottom up at slowest speed on the drill. Work up in circular motions and finish with the very top. It should look like pudding you cook on the stove top just when you turn the heat off. Don't forget to prime with 554 and feather the edges with a trowel. When your spouse comments on how smooth the surface is, tell him/her you spent hours getting it to look that way. March 22, 2013
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