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ThermalDry® Basement Floor Systems are interlocking floor tiles that are made specifically for the basement environment. Created from 100% waterproof materials, they come in several carpeted and vinyl designs:
Installed as a floating floor with no adhesives or grout, ThermalDry® Floor Tiles will never buckle or peel off of the floor. A typical installation takes 1-2 days to complete. Your floor can be used immediately after installation.
ThermalDry® Floor Tiles are an excellent way to create a warm, comfortable, and dry basement floor. Each tile is designed to sit on raised plastic pegs, creating an airspace underneath. This airspace allows water vapor to circulate underneath and dry out while creating a thermal break that makes the floor's surface 8-10 degrees warmer than the cold concrete below. Stone, marble, and ceramic tiles that are grouted directly to the basement floor can't do this!
Unlike traditional carpeting, ThermalDry® Flooring is designed to hold back the water vapor and humidity that continually passes through a concrete basement floor. ThermalDry® Carpet Floor Tiles will never rot, support mold growth, or release foul-smelling odors the way other basement carpeting does. Its completely inorganic design includes no wood, chipboard, or other materials that could be damaged by a plumbing leak or basement flood.
Due to their modular design, the tiles can be mixed and matched, creating a unique basement floor in any way you can imagine. If you like the benefits of ThermalDry® Floor Tiles, but have your heart set on a specific design we do not offer, you can protect your custom carpeting with our patented ThermalDry® Basement Floor Matting!
Combined with our other basement waterproofing products and finishing components, it's just the way to transform your basement into a drier, healthier, beautiful space!
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