Fibreboard 5.5mm Underlay 10m2
Concrete Subfloor: No
Moisture Barrier: No
Underfloor Heating: No
Tog Rating: 1.1
Fibreboard underlay is perfect for installation under your floor to help improve insulation, dampen sound, and to help level uneven subfloors - though we’d always suggest that you make sure your subfloor is completely level before laying an underlay!
Fibreboard underlay is a premium natural insulating under floor board for use with all laminates and glue-less woods where a floating installation is required. It comes in "tiles" which cover an area of 10.03m2 per pack.
Each board is 5.5mm thick which helps with sound reduction, and this underlay is perfect where sound reduction is needed. For example, in rooms with high ceilings, or apartment buildings with neighbours underneath. You might also consider buying it as a Christmas present for your neighbours above, too!
This underlay shouldn’t be laid on concrete, as it doesn’t contain a moisture barrier. Concrete subfloors will generally leak moisture over time due to the nature of the material, and you’ll need a special underlay with a moisture barrier for a concrete subfloor.
For more information, check out our guide, Why You Need To Underlay Your Floor.
Deliveries are made on Monday - Friday between 8am to 6:30pm (Saturday between 8am- 2pm).
On the day of delivery, United Pallet Network will off-load the pallet using a tail-lift and hand operated pallet trolley. The driver will ensure that the pallet is left in a safe place on the kerb or driveway. Please ensure you make the necessary arrangements to transport the goods into the property.
Beading orders will be delivered by DX Delivery.
99% of our orders are delivered in perfect condition but sometimes things can go wrong in transit.
You have 15 minutes to check your goods, if you do notice any type of damage please ensure you record this on the driver’s delivery docket. We cannot accept claims for damage unless it is recorded on the delivery docket. Please also take the time to review our T&C’s.
Damage to look out for is ripped packaging, corners of the boxes, product arriving wet, and impact damage.
When your order arrives, the name on the box might be different from what you have ordered. Our suppliers don’t like us selling their flooring at such low prices so we change the name.
If a delivery is refused for any reason other than damaged goods you will be liable for the full cost of delivery and return. Re-delivery charges are incurred for failed delivery attempts.