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Subfloor Membrane Panel 3/4 in. x 2 ft. x 2 ft. Oriented Strand Board

  • Air Gap Technology helps protect against moisture
  • Help floors feel warmer (R-value 1.4)
  • Softens floors against hard concrete
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Product Overview

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. It creates an air gap above 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 air to circulate which in turn reduces the potential for mold and mildew. DRICORE Subfloor panels are fast and easy to install; a typical 500 sqft. basement installs in an afternoon.
  • Patented air gap technology helps protect against moisture, mold and mildew
  • DRICORE Subfloor insulates against cold concrete (R-Value of 1.4)
  • Softens finished floors against the hard concrete
  • Tongue & groove design snaps into place for an easy installation
  • Tongue and groove design
  • Supports over 6,600 lbs. per sq. ft.
  • Limited 25-year warranty
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Engineered Wood Type
Plywood Features
Tongue and Groove
Span Rating
Not Applicable
Weather Exposure

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 25 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers


What stops moisture/water from getting through the seams?

Asked by jason March 25, 2021

I have not had a problem with moisture.

Could anyone tell me what the price was for this before the covid-19 hit?

Asked by jason March 24, 2021

Hello Jason, Pricing is at the discretion of the retailers, I see that they have responded and were able to assist. For any other product related assistance please feel free to contact our Customer Support: help@dricore.com

How much does one piece weigh

Asked by John March 24, 2021

about 6.5 lbs

Could this be used for sound blocking on an existing drywall wall with MLV?

Asked by Ten March 15, 2021

Interesting idea but I do not think this is designed for vertical installation. There are likely better options.

After installing Dricore on my 14’ x 19’ slab, I am planning to lay carpet padding and then top w...

Asked by rachelroad March 13, 2021

I would not fasten the panels, they need to move during the seasons. You can glue or mount the pad and rug to the panels though. The pad just staple it like you would normally. And the carpet installed using tack strip like you would on a normal carpet.

for a area of 412 sq ft how many would i need and also the cost?

Asked by EDUARDO March 9, 2021

There is a calculator on the Drycore website

How many panels arss on a skid for shipping

Asked by Chip February 22, 2021

I calculated my exact quantity with waste included and that’s what I ordered. My quantity was over a full pallet by about 30 or 40 panels. The extra panels were stacked on top and everything was shrink wrapped into one pallet bundle. My total order was 181 panels.

Can I use this as an underlayment over 3/4 plywood to raise the floor to match the height to adjo...

Asked by NoviceLVP February 18, 2021

Best guess is yes but I think it would be much cheaper to just level it with plywood. You are paying extra for the moisture protection part of this product.

I have a enclosed patio, I think there's 2x4 or 2x6 under the existing carpet. My plan is to rem...

Asked by Wynnie February 17, 2021

Hello Wynnie, Because the elements are bale to access the panels from between the deck boards, and relative humidity cannot be maintained, we would not recommend the use of our panels. You may contact our customer support to discuss further or for more information, 1-866-767-6374.

Hi, can i use this over old hardwood floors? I have an older home and dont want to tare out the h...

Asked by Ro February 5, 2021

Please contact our Customer service, 1-866-767-6374, additional information is required in order to provide recommendations.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 473 reviews
  • 96% recommend this product
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This worked as advertised. A perfect underlayment for my basement project. Make sure to get the...
This worked as advertised. A perfect underlayment for my basement project. Make sure to get the shims, you will likely need them. Use some care in "tapping" the planks together. Don't bang them in too hard or your just gonna do more sanding to level the resulting ridges. Floating plank floor went it beautifully.
by DH
home office
I was worried about putting laminate flooring down in my basement for my home office, but I found this product and I am very happy with how easy install was and the way it turned out
by Curt
Lots of cutting, but worth figuring out
For a non-humid basement this product is overall awesome as a subfloor considering alternatives. It does take a lot of cutting, especailly if the basement is not a perfect square like mine. Be very aware of the side you are using and cutting as it is easy to make a mistake thinking that this is simply a square. The tongue has two side and the groove has two side, it is easy to cut the wrong way leaving the cut piece unusable. I found the demonstration videos do not give a good sense of just how much cutting is involved and how important it is to cut the right way. My basement is 660 sq ft. I purchased 180 pieces. I had nearly 20 left over, mostly because I figured out quickly how to align the piecs for the fewest cuts. Be sure to really think about what side you are cutting and what pieces will be left over. If done properly we could make one cut and use two pieces along a wall because the cut piece was perfect for the stagger of the next section. That took starting, stopping, and starting over to realize. Don't be afraid to stop reassess and start over if you realize you made a mistake. Also use the shims as much as possible, we didn't put enough in one section and there is a distinctive creaking in that spot.
by Andrew
Dricore Subfloor Panels
We installed this product throughout the space in the basement we are finishing. It was easy to install however I found it difficult to level. Our home is brand new and the floor is in great shape but the shims didn’t seem to get rid of all of the “clicking” that can be heard when you walk across the floor. I may use some Tapcon screws to secure the floor however that defeats the purpose of the floating installation.
by Zeeman
Good product but can get expensive
Very easy to install and work with. It not for the price it would be 5 stars
by Dlav
Dricore Subfloor
I finished our basement with a mix of planked vinyl and carpet. My decision to add the Dricore subfloor made the entire project better. Everyone comments on how much warmer and more comfortable our basement is compared to their finished basements. Very easy to install and worth every penny I paid for it. If I ever finish another basement, I'll definitely use Dricore, again, and I would recommend this product to anyone. Dricore added an element to our basement that made finishing it more like adding a 3rd floor to our house. In addition to a very high quality product, their customer service is also very good. I had a couple of questions during the project that I asked via their web site. Answers were very prompt and informative.
by Marty
Problem: I wanted to put a vinyl plank floor down in my basement and I didn't want it to be cold....
Problem: I wanted to put a vinyl plank floor down in my basement and I didn't want it to be cold. I had initially planned on adding radiant heat, but the basement was plenty warm without additional heat (except for the floor). I was beginning to think I would need foamboard insulation covered with a subfloor, which was going to add a lot of height to the floor and cost to the project. Soltion: Dricore panels! These are super quick and easy to install, can go right on top of the concrete, and offer an air buffer between the concrete and finished floor. I highly recommend them for anyone who wants to finish their basement.
by Tim1
1 person found this helpful
Excellent subfloor materials
Very good subfloor and very easy yo install. Fits my needs for my basement flooring upgrade.
by Rodolfo
Easy to install
This product was easy to order , delivery was very simple and I am pleasantly surprised on how easy installation was. I will recomend this simple underlayment to everyone.
by Cliff
Super easy to install, even by myself as a novice...
Super easy to install, even by myself as a novice installer. Must use the extra plastic shims to level. Great product, super easy! Made even better with HD delivery!
by TSarge
2 people found this helpful
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