Sound membranes reduce impact noise and vibrations, minimizing their transmission between floors.
Uncoupling membranes in tile installations separate tiles from the substrate, preventing stress transfer. These membranes preserve tile integrity by allowing slight movement and reducing the risk of cracks.
Patches fill small depressions and provide a flat substrate on which to set tile and stone.
Self-levelers flatten your substrate before the installation of tile, stone and other floor coverings.
Primers improve the bond between the substrate and the next layer. They are used with levelers and sheet membranes.
Waterproofing membranes prevent water from reaching the substrate and are used in most wet areas or areas that could be wet.
Crack-isolation membranes isolate your tile and grout from cracks that develop in the substrate.
This product is used for installations requiring a mud bed (sometimes called a mortar bed), such as forming the pre-slope for a shower.