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Wood Subfloor over concrete not penetrating the vapor retarder
04-29-2013, 04:29 PM,
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RE: Wood Subfloor over concrete not penetrating the vapor retarder
(03-25-2013, 10:41 AM)CC Solutions Wrote:  I saw an old tile installer use it as a slip sheet over a crack in the slab. He put his ceramic right over the top. I was upset as all get-out because it was my job (I was the QC rep for the builder) but he assured me this would work. I of course wanted to use the latest and greatest crack membrane on the market.

Look at how the decking guys & outdoor tennis court resurfacing people do cracks before coating. Really interesting. Same idea but usually with fiberglass and an epoxy glue over,under, and around.

What crack type thing were you thinking about? Cracks are a BIG issue for me. Isolating joints remains something the resilient flooring world doesn't have good answers for yet.
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RE: Wood Subfloor over concrete not penetrating the vapor retarder - eaadams - 04-29-2013, 04:29 PM