See how easy it is to insulate your basement floors (or concrete slab) with ThermalDry® Insulated Floor Decking™ installation.
Nobody likes cold floors, but that’s what you get when flooring is installed directly over a concrete slab.
Say goodbye to cold floors and high heating bills with an innovative basement floor insulation system installed by Dave Hoh's Home Comfort & Energy Experts.
ThermalDry® Insulated Floor Decking™ interlocking panels are designed with a layer of high-performance rigid foam insulation to create a continuous thermal barrier between the cold concrete and your finished floor surface.
If you are looking for a smarter solution for insulating over concrete floors, contact us today for a Free Estimate for ThermalDry® Decking!
Superior subfloor. ThermalDry® Floor Decking creates a thermal barrier between cold concrete and the finished floor surface. Unlike wood subflooring, it won’t support mold or be damaged by moisture.
Fast & effective. ThermalDry® Decking panels interlock with tongue-and-groove joints. The composite subfloor surface is a suitable substrate for the finished floor of your choice.
ThermalDry® Decking panels connect with tongue-and-groove edges, and don’t require masonry fasteners. If the concrete surface is clean and flat, installation goes quickly because you’re putting down insulation and underlayment at the same time.
When insulating a basement, it's important to use materials that won't be ruined by moisture or plumbing leaks, two issues that are common in basements. Moisture and mold can also ruin floor coverings and wood subfloors, resulting in costly floor replacement.
ThermalDry® Floor Decking is made from inorganic materials that won't be damaged by moisture or mold, providing a dry surface for finished flooring and a worry-free basement insulation solution.
Contact our company for a consultation and free quote in Holmdel, Colts Neck, Rumson, Middletown, Howell, Brick, Manasquan, Oakhurst, Lincroft, Toms River, Asbury Park, Neptune, Fair Haven, Little Silver and nearby.