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2mm Pre-Cut Rubber Underlayment Questions & Answers

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2mm Pre-Cut Rubber Underlayment
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Does this rubber underlayment require a moisture retarder when installed over concrete floors and under floating engineered hardwoods? The concrete subfloor is on the 2nd level of a condo building.
Anonymous
It is recommended to include a moisture barrier when installing over concrete.
I am installing carpet tiles on a concrete floor which is in a room off of my garage. Should I use rubber underlayment to help with keeping the floor warmer and if so, is 2 mm thick enough?
Pam Palanza
A 2mm rubber underlayment would definitely help to keep the floor warm.
can this product be used for setting tile on top
Frank
You can most definitely use a rubber underlayment with the installation of ceramic or porcelain tile flooring.
Can I use this rubber underlayment with vinyl tile?
Jolynn
Rubber is not a suggested underlayment for vinyl tiles. We recommend either a cork or foam underlayment.
what about smell on rubber underlayment? Degradation? Harmful chemicals? tk
pat
The rubber underlayment will have a slight rubber smell due to it's natural composition. No harmful chemicals or worry of degradation.
Is it suitable for installation under vinyl click-lock? Can it be installed on top of electric floor heating mat?
We typically recommend a cork of foam underlayment for use with vinyl floors. The Rubber underlay can be installed over floor heating.
Can this be used outside under artificial turf?
Erin
Yes, you can.
I want to use flooring for teaching exercise/dance classes on rough pavement. Will the 2mm rubber hold up to jumping, turns, and running on an extremely rough surface? 5/6mm?
This would be a fine underlayment option for this use. We'd recommend putting down a dance roll product over top of the underlayment, as it would not be suitable to dance directly on top of the rubber underlay.
would this work well for installing under a hard-plastic type of garage floor tile? I want to deaden the sound of the tile while walking on it.
Steve
2mm Rubber Underlayment is great for use underneath garage tiles for making the tiles quieter.
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