Gypsum floors are a modern improvement on traditional concrete underlayments and the dominant choice in multifamily and commercial construction projects. The compressive strength and “flowability” of the product add to its self-leveling properties which reduce application time and costs.
As a leader in self-leveling underlayment installation, Durex Coverings has achieved “certified contractor” status on various underlayment products by installing hundreds of truckloads of these products throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. With our quality products and outstanding customer service, we will make your self-leveling underlayment installation an excellent experience.
Typical uses of Gypsum based underlayments include:
- Multi-Family Housing
- Industrial & Commercial Renovation Projects
Self-leveling underlayments are poured over distressed concrete to improve surface imperfections and provide a solid base for overlaying flooring systems. Cement underlayments will provide a better substrate for your project by providing a flat and smooth working surface.
Cement underlayments are successfully used underneath hard-finished floor systems like vinyl or ceramic tile and withstand years of traffic. In a manufacturing environment, they are ideal for forklifts and other vehicles that carry heavy loads. By improving the overall quality and flatness of the substrate, self-leveling underlayments enhance the final product
Typical strengths of self-leveling underlayment range from 4,500 to 6,500 PSI, so you’ll be assured that the floor will withstand heavy-duty abuse.
Typical uses of cement toppings include:
- Commercial Renovation
- Warehouse Renovations
- Institutional Renovation
Durex partners with underlayment manufacturers to provide our customers with the best possible solution to a substrate problem. Our field staff and project managers are factory-trained and approved applicators of the following brands:
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