If you are using self-leveler over the membrane there are minimum pour requirements. Learn more about these requirements here.
Each row in the membrane is referred to as a peg. Learn more here about minimum cable spacing to ensure a proper install of your DCM-PRO system.
The DCM-PRO system is embedded in materials that require curing time. If you are wondering if the membrane changes those curing times read more here.
Click here if you are wondering about what to do after the membrane is applied to the subfloor. Warmup tips may save you some time!
Are you curious if self-leveling is going to grip to the membrane you are installing? Learn more here.
If you are shopping in Québec we have a few recommended brands of thin set that we know you will be able to find locally.
If you are installing the DCM-PRO system and need to know more about what type of thin set to use you can learn more here.
If you are installing DCM-PRO membrane you may be wondering if you should use a primer. Read more here about the use of a primer with both types of DCM-PRO membrane.
When installing sheets of Warmup membrane, you should try your best to install with no overlapping or large gaps.
We recommend using a conduit 1/2 conduit for one lead or a 3/4″ conduit if connecting two systems to one thermostat. In addition, we recommend a separate 1/2″ conduit for the floor sensor.