Does the ambient temperature affect the flow properties or set time of Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayments?
Higher temperatures will typically cause faster set times and less flow time while cooler temperatures will have the opposite effect. USG recommends that material, concrete subfloor and room temperature must be between 50°F and 95°F at the time of application and for 72 hours after installation. For temperatures above 95°F, follow the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Hot Weather Concrete guidelines to ensure proper installation.
Can I get Durock® Self-Leveling Underlayments top loaded with my Fiberock® and Durock®? Where do you stock these products?
How soon can I install a floor covering or coating over USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment?
How much water do I use per 50 lb. bag of self-leveling underlayment?
What kind of coverage do you get from each type of self-leveling underlayment product?
What are approved substrates for the USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
Will your self-leveling underlayment products crack?
What kind of drill/mixer and paddle/blade should I use to barrel mix the Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment product?
How thick can the USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment be poured in a single lift? Can I pour deeper using pea gravel?
What is the maximum RH requirement for installing USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayments over concrete slabs?
How long do I have to wait between lifts and how do I prime between lifts?
After applying Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment, how soon can trade traffic resume?
Can I pump Durock® Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment and if so, with what pumps?
Isn’t fly ash bad for concrete and isn’t it a potential hazardous product?
What adhesives work with your Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products? Do you have the manufacturers’ approval?
How long do I mix the Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
Which Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment product would be considered “low-prep”?
For self-leveling underlayments, when do I use the gypsum-based products and when do I use the cements?
What length hose should I use when pumping Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment?
When applying self-leveling underlayment, is shot blasting required?
For Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayments, what size bags are available and how many bags per pallet?
What is Levelrock® and how do I become an approved applicator?
Can Durock™ Fast Finish be used over cutback adhesive?
What is the recycled content of Durock™ EcoCap™ Self-Leveling Underlayment?
What warranty do your USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment products carry?
What is the shelf life of your Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
What is the tensile strength requirement of the concrete to pour Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
What are the (approximate) compressive strengths of your Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
Can the Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products be feather edged?
Which ICRI concrete surface profile do you recommend?
Do your Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products have gypsum in them?
USG is a gypsum company. What do you know about cement and self-leveling underlayments?
What are the MVER tolerances in the concrete substrate when using your USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
After applying a self-leveling underlayment, when can I put down the final floor covering?
Can the Durock™ Self-Leveling Underlayment products be used as a wear surface?
What moisture mitigation system is recommended to be used with USG Durock™ Brand Self-Leveling Underlayment products?
Why are the CO2 emissions lower when producing Durock™ EcoCap™ Self-Leveling Underlayment?
After applying a self-leveling underlayment, do I need to put down a sealer before the floor covering goes down?