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VersaShield® - How It Works

VersaShield®'s polymer film coating on the underside of the patented fiberglass reinforced membrane provides moisture suppression. The unique mineral top coat allows the installer to adhere the chosen floor covering to the VersaShield® surface. VersaShield®'s dimensional stability means it stays flat on the slab, so gluing VersaShield® to the slab is never required.

VersaShield® is fast and easy to install!

VersaShield® comes in rolls 5 ft wide by 144 ft long. Simply roll out the VersaShield®, cut to fit the space, and tape the seams with VersaShield® Seam Tape. Flooring can be installed as soon as the VersaShield® has been properly installed. Uniform coverage is achieved every time. Little waste and virtually no cleanup. Nominal subfloor prep is required - fill cracks over 1/8" wide and grind protrusions flat. Quick and simple installation procedure. Refer to VersaShield® Installation Instructions HVP-102 for complete details.

VersaShield® - The ideal moisture suppression system for many soft and hard floor coverings

VersaShield® is ideal for use with many types of floor coverings, including:
Carpet
Tile
Broadloom Carpet
Engineered Wood
Laminate Wood
Vinyl Tile

Refer to VersaShield® Product Bulletin HVP-101 for complete details.

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VersaShield® Installation Video:

  • Introduction to VersaShield Flooring Underlayment
  • Vinyl Composition Tile Installation & Comparison
  • Wood Floor Installation & Comparison
  • Carpet Tile Installation & Comparison




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