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Stopgap77 vs SikabondRapid DPM under engineered wooden floor?

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by GillyMc, 8 Nov 2017.

  1. GillyMc

    GillyMc

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    Hi,

    We have a large village hall that we've installed UF heating in - wet system, covered in 75mm concrete screed. We don't have the sufficient drying time so looking to put down a liquid DPM ahead of an engineered timber floor (all flooring, underlay etc is UF heating- compatible).

    We'd been recommended Ball's Stopgap77 as the DPM, but the Builders Merchant has suggested SikaBond Rapid DPM as an alternative. It's quite a bit cheaper, so I'm a little suspicious - but equally will be fab if we can save money as we're a charity/community centre... Are they like for like or should we stick with the Stopgap?

    Early replies v much appreciated!

    Thank you,
    Gilly
     
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