Model # 12165

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Henry 555 Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment
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Henry

555 Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment

  • Can be walked on in just 2 hours
  • Easy to use - mix with water, pour, and spread
  • Smooths and flattens interior surfaces
$ 36 98
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Product Overview

  • Can be walked on in just 2 hours
  • Easy to use - mix with water, pour, and spread
  • Smooths and flattens interior surfaces
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

Product Overview

  • Can be walked on in just 2 hours
  • Easy to use - mix with water, pour, and spread
  • Smooths and flattens interior surfaces
Model #: 12165
Sku #: 413540
Internet #: 100549588

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

Product Width (in.)
11

Details

Color Family
Gray
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Material Features
Antimicrobial
Flooring Product Type
Patching/Repair
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Product Weight (lb.)
40lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
11

Details

Color Family
Gray
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Material Features
Antimicrobial
Flooring Product Type
Patching/Repair
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Product Weight (lb.)
40lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

If there is only one low spot, can you just fill that area leaving some bare plywood showing or d...

If there is only one low spot, can you just fill that area leaving some bare plywood showing or do you need have at least a thin coating over the entire floor ?
Asked by: Todd
No need to coat areas that do not have issues. Just pour past the area that is low and move it around before it starts to set. It will find the low spots and will not extend far past the low spot
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2018-09-10

Can Level Pro be placed over a fresh coat of Henry feather finish without the primer?

Can Level Pro be placed over a fresh coat of Henry feather finish without the primer?
Asked by: Ed
Within 24 hours of first application.
Answered by: kwar
Date published: 2018-09-08

What purpose does the mesh lath serve? Others have successfully used 555 without using the mesh so why is it necessary?

Asked by: Smit1ar
We used it for flooring and did not need mesh lath for this application.
Answered by: oakresidence
Date published: 2018-04-07

What is the max thickness can be poured

Asked by: Ed
I've never poured it more than an inch and a half total but never that much in one pour; typically I pour a few shallow pours to build it up but here's the manufacturer website installation instructions: http://www.wwhenry.com/assets/Products/Documents/Henry%20EnglishHENRY%20565%20FloorPro%20Self-Leveling%20UnderlaymentTech%20Info%20and%20Installation%20(English)TechData_En_565.pdf
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2018-07-02
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Customer Reviews

555 Level Pro 40 lb. Self-Leveling Underlayment is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 172.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy and ... Before using this product I researched it and watched YouTube videos in which I reccomend to everyone. I used this on wood floors so I screwed my floors down to secure them and primed the wood with the pink primer and waited the 12 to 24 hours dry time. I nervously mixed the bag in a 5 gallon bucket with the exact 5 quarts of clean water that the bag recommends. And stirred it with a drill and metal stir stick. Mixed very well. I poured it on the floor and manipulated it lightly with a 2x4. It does the rest. I was very happy with this product. Did what was said to do. I think the bad reviews are from people who don't wanna read the directions on how to use it. A 2 year old could probably use this. I am vey happy and will use again. I recommend to buy an extra bag in case. I made that mistake and had to run to the store to get another. Take it back if not used.
Date published: 2012-10-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from For best chance of success, come prepared Used three bags of this to try to level my 123 sq ft home office. Depending on project size, be sure you have enough man power to get this properly mixed, poured, and spread. My father and I did not have any additional help. Either we didn't mix it long enough or we didn't use enough water. Some tips online suggest to add the powder to the water a little at a time as you mix it. Had we had another person to do this and hold the bucket (It spun out of control and flung product all over my bathroom - but I will say it wipes up easily), I think it would have mixed better. The 10 minute set up time makes it ridiculous to try to mix and apply. The good thing is that you can pour one section, let set up, prime the adjacent edge and pour another section. I think we would have been better off had we done this also. Also .... Frog Painters Tape is not a good tape to use to cover seams/holes. We had areas pucker up and crack the product. Might be a better practice to caulk the holes or seams before priming.
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been a apprentice tile setter since 1974 and a journeyman since 1980. You name it, I've t... I have been a apprentice tile setter since 1974 and a journeyman since 1980. You name it, I've tiled it. Concrete, plywood, t&g wood, even asbestos tile sub floors. I've used this underlayment as my "go to problem solver". It has never failed to perform and I've never had a callback for bad underlayment. There are some basic rules with this product. Mixing- water first, cement second. Mix the lumps out, let the mixture rest for a couple of minutes, then mix again. This gives a consistent mixture top to bottom in your pail. Leveling- Although the mixture tries to seek its own level, it must be skreeded. I use a 3 foot straight board with two finish nails sticking out the bottom 1/8" near the end. Pretty simple, pretty fool proof. 3 hours later I wet the surface with a sponge and apply the thinset. Plan ahead, and have everything ready; remember this is portland cement and it starts to loose it's workability in 10 minutes.
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First time use - worked well to fill in low spot in subfloor. Used primer first and adhered fine.... First time use - worked well to fill in low spot in subfloor. Used primer first and adhered fine. It flowed very even and flat. I installed a floating floor on top, so I did not try to nail or screw through the material.
Date published: 2018-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from THIS IS THE FLOOR UNLEVELER. This is the 3rd time I've used a floor leveler but the first time us... THIS IS THE FLOOR UNLEVELER. This is the 3rd time I've used a floor leveler but the first time using this product. I've used the stock Home Depot product in the past with excellent results. I primed and followed instructions to the "T", mixed it quickly and poured 8 bags over about 350 square feet. it was fresh stock delivered by UPS. The product was almost as thick as tar and was virtually impossible to spread. It did not flow like any floor leveler I've ever used. Actually it did not flow at all. This job has turned into a wavy abortion. There is not one level spot in my floor. Now I need to re-pour with another product or grind it all down. THIS PRODUCT IS A NIGHTMARE.
Date published: 2019-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use Used to level small bathroom floor that had uneven wooden sub-floor. My area was approximately 25 square feet that needed leveling. Mixed product by direction and poured from low spots and just barely needed to use a trowel for spreading. Let product sit up for 24 hrs and was ready to put down peel and sick tile, which went down without issues or feeling of un-levelness. Note: I used the Henry's primer before pouring the underlayment mixture, i believe this may have helped with the bonding of the material, as i didn't noticed any crumbling or cracking once the product setup. Also when mixing the product I used a large steel mixing rod with a 1/2 inch hammer drill, this really helps to mix the product well. Caution: This product sets pretty fast (10 minutes) so make sure you are prepared to pour and trowel if needed. Also clean your tools during this time or you may end up throwing them away.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a great product I only had a small 3' X 7' area to fill over the mat and wiring of a heated bathroom floor. I laid Hardiboard around the perimeter to keep a scree board flat. Easy mixing in a plastic waste basket (I was too cheap to purchase a 5 gallon bucket) using a paddle in my cordless drill. Poured out the mix (you only have 10 minutes before it begins to set). The instructions predicted a pancake consistency with 5 quarts of water but it seemed a bit runnier than that. All turned out well as the material flowed smoothly and dried very flat. The schree board helped move the mix down the area to uncovered areas, but was not that necessary. I was about 10 pounds shy of my goal and had to run to the local Ace Hardware for a 10 pound pail of a different brand. That material mixed easier (1/4 the volume too) but did not flow as well, but seemed to mix with my 50 minute old pour. The Henry product produced a better and very level floor.
Date published: 2016-06-01
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