- Can I lay down Luxury vinyl planks directly on top of DMX Airflow™? Do I need to put a layer of plywood or OSB in between?
- Do I need to lay 6 mil vapor barrier under or on top of DMX Airflow?
- Can I lay DMX Airflow™ in every room of the house?
- Will the moisture not get into my stud walls?
- Why do I have to leave a ¼” gap around the perimeter of the room?
- Can I lay laminate floor and engineering floors on it? Do I need to lay plywood or OSB in between?
- Does DMX Airflow™ have an R value? Will it make my floors warmer?
- If I have water damage from a leak, can I re-use DMX Airflow™?
- Is it waterproof on both sides?
- Will I have a problem if I want to put heavy furniture or a pool table on top of DMX Airflow™?
Yes you can lay down luxury vinyl planks directly on top of DMX Airflow™, and plywood/OSB is NOT required in between as long as the load distribution of the furniture or cabinets do not exceed 8,250 lbs/sq.ft or 56 psi.
No, we do not recommend 6 mil Poly under or on top of DMX Airflow™.
Yes, DMX Airflow™ has been designed to be laid in every room of the house, because mold and mildew can grow anywhere in the house
No it will not, because stud wall are normally protected by tar paper or a vapor barrier of 6 mil poly
The ¼” gap allows the moisture a route to evaporate
You can lay laminate floors directly on top of DMX Airflow™, you do NOT require OSB or plywood in between
DMX Airflow™ has an R-Value of 1.2 on its own and an R-Value of 2.48 when used with a layer of OSB
Absolutely, just clean off the dirt and re-use. You will, however, require DMX Airflow™ Vapor Tape to re-seal the seams
Yes DMX Airflow™ is completely waterproof on both the top and bottom sides of the membrane
Heavy furniture, including pool tables, can be placed over DMX Airflow as long as weight distribution is less than 8,250 lbs/sq.ft or 56 psi.