Many substrates are uneven due to coarse-cast concrete and settlements. When renovating, Subfloor solves these challenges in a simple way. With a dry and fast assembly, the floor ends up the right height and level with laser precision.
A great benefit with a raised floor is that it becomes a natural space for installations.
ACOUSTIC RAISED FLOORING
An acoustic foot is attached to our screw system. This decreases noise up to 28 dB and can be used with our wooden or steel joist.
A great advantage of the Subfloor raised floor is that you get it just as even and neat as you want. The air gap that is formed is also a perfect space for drawing and hiding installations.
The smart solution is that the floor joists are held up with adjustable screws that give exact height to eliminate the unevenness and level differences found in the floor. On top of the joists, a floorboard is mounted and then it is free to choose exactly the surface layer you want in the room.
We have put a lot of effort into producing a durable composite material for the screws, which means that Subfloor can withstand high loads.
This has several positive consequences:
- Joists with few attachment points
- Quick installation
- Low labour cost
Choose attachment method:
- Shooting with steel nail
- Attachment with nail plug or wood screw
Which method suits you best depends on the quality of the substrate and the size of the floor area to be regulated. Gluing and shooting with steel nails provides a quick and convenient assembly work.