AdvanTech Sub Flooring System

AdvanTech Subfloor

Nothing is quite as annoying as a squeaky floor. Whether you are at home and the squeaks wake a sleeping baby, or you are at a jobsite where the constant noise distracts you from important tasks, a noisy floor can be a nuisance. Instead of tiptoeing around the problem of loud floors, get your project off on the right foot by installing an AdvanTech Subfloor system.

This subfloor system combines the moisture resistance, stiffness, and fastener holding power of AdvanTech Subfloor flooring panels with the polyurethane bond of AdvanTech Subfloor adhesive to give you a floor that is stronger, and quieter than any that has come before. By investing in these products together, you will see and hear results instantly following installation.

The AdvanTech Subfloor system creates a connection so powerful between the panels and adhesive that that you are guaranteed to never hear a single squeak. This specially engineered system expertly pairs together the strength of AdvanTech Subfloor panels with the AdvanTech Subfloor adhesive to give you a panel to joist connection so strong that the possibility of callbacks for bouncy, squeaky floors is reduced to the point of near elimination.

Not only does the AdvanTech Subfloor system give the “Flat Out Best” results, but it is also simple to install in any home or jobsite. With an assembly that is stronger than ever before thanks to the new subfloor adhesive, installation becomes a breeze. Consisting of panels, adhesive, fasteners, and I-joints or trusses, installing your very own AdvanTech Subfloor is any easy step in ensuring squeak free floors for a lifetime.

Voted #1 in quality for the past 15 years in Builder Magazine, the AdvanTech Subfloor system is the floor of choice for remodelers across the country. Engineered with superior strength with nail holding power, AdvanTech Subfloor is your solution for silent stepping.

For more information on AdvanTech Subfloor and to get your project started, visit McCray Lumber and Millwork today.