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Damp Concrete Subflooor
  • We are thinking of put SnapStone in our cabin basement. It would be over a concrete sub-floor that does get a little damp, mainly in the spring with the sandy ground around and under it is cold and the air temp warms up. I think the concrete wicks up moisture from underneath. We don't get standing water, just damp. Would this be ok?
  • I'm sorry, we wouldn't recommend SnapStone for this application. There is no air flow underneath a SnapStone floor, so any trapped moisture could eventually lead to mold and mildew developing under the floor.