poured concrete basement (walls & floor).
saw other thread here w/gentleman asking questions about subfloors. out of courtesy, did not want to "hijack" the thread.
question, instead of laying down a subfloor of wood, tile, carpet, etc.
has anyone ever considered using a "raised" floor system ? of the sort that consists of square tiles, supported at each corner by a series of legs that stand on the concrete below the tiles.
i tried to google this, and have found no residential applications of that type of raised flooring systems.
it would seem to be a great idea (airflow underneath to dissipate any moisture concerns, as well as it's intended commercial use of having a space to lay all kinds of cabling underneath).
not sure what the cost would be, imagine it could get expensive. but, is the idea something that's appropriate for a home basement ? (presuming the ceiling height is present to accomodate the fundamental raised design of it).
it would seem to me, it's a suspended ceiling in reverse.