A: Hello Patrick, Telegraphing can be a concern with thin finished flooring materials, but this should not happen with Rubber mats in my experience. Please contact our customer service to further discuss, it would be easier if we knew which rubber flooring you are referring to. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
A: Hello Sish, please follow our installation instructions for carpet found on page 6 here: https://dricore.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/DRICORE%C2%AE_Detailed-Installation-Guide-June-2023-FINAL-ENG.pdf
A: Hello SisH, Something like this would work great: https://www.homedepot.com/p/CalFlor-Heavy-Duty-Adjustable-Professional-Pull-Bar-PB71302/207197939
A: Hello Leon, Provided the ceramic tile surface is clean, structurally sound, and free of debris or materials that may impair the performance of the panels, yes you may install over top. The existing surface must also be free of materials that may trap, block or absorb moisture, or promote mold growth.
A: Hello Lasc, These panels may be cut with any saw used to cut wood. Higher tooth count will result in a smother cut. Hope that helps!
A: Hello Marc, Yes, a rubber gym flooring may be installed in a floating application over the DRICORE Subfloor.
A: Hello Xiyan, Project calculator: Square footage divided by 3.3 will give you the number of panels required. So, 495/3.3 = 150 We recommend 1 package of leveling shims for every 60 subfloor panels. so = 2.5 packages Hope that helps!
A: Yes if properly installed
A: Hello Dwayne, Yes. The DRICORE Subfloor panels can handle weights of up to 6,642lbs/sq.ft. But not impact weight, so you would not be able to drop the weights. Also, Panels beneath vibrating machines should be anchored to the concrete. To anchor panels, We recommend flat head 1-3/4 x ¼” Concrete screws (IE Tapcon) and a 4-1/2 x 3/16” Drill bit to bore the holes. Hope that helps!
A: From my experience, I would say yes.
A: Hello Ludovico, This is a common experience with OSB, cosmetic variances can occur from lot to lot. The panels integrity remains and you are safe to proceed with your application.
A: Hello Danzitup, Our panels are often used in home dance studio's. I cannot speak direct relation to a sprung subfloor, please contact our customer service so that an Engineer may be consulted. email@example.com