I don't know if this is the right group for this, so maybe someone can point
me to a better one. We are going to be putting carpet in our basement (here
in Denver, CO) over a typical concrete floor. We were wanting some
insulation between the concrete and the carpet and had heard of some
basement subfloor products. The two I've found so far are...
Dri-Core: http://www.dricore.com /
Neither of those companies has a distributor near us in Colorado, so that
made me wonder. Do people only put these products down if there is a
basement water leak concern, and not for insulation like what we had in
mind? Obviously in Colorado there's not much humidity, so I was just
wondering if this product isn't considered "necessary" here. The other
question I had is: Does a nice carpet and a thick pad provide enough
insulation to keep one's feet from getting cold (our concrete basement floor
is quite cold to the touch)?
Thanks for any advice,