"DriCore" flooring system
Water vapor will travel through concrete and condense on cold surfaces. You can add a number of zero perm products to the concrete to keep the vapor from coming through.
Check your attic, many times when there is excessive drive from a basement slab the moisture will condense on the underside of the roof sheathing, (the first cold surface the vapor encounters)
In any case, try this. Pick a dry place on your basement floor. this spot should be free of cracks. Tape a 24" square of clear plastic over the spot. Make sure the edges are sealed tight. Wait 24-48 hours and see if water accumulates on the underside of the plastic. If it does, You need to seal the floor.
Hope this helps
Open Web Joist Flooring System
Armstrong swift-loc flooring system??????/damp floor
Damp floor: Drylock + vaporbarrier+carpet ok?
Basement ceiling tiles
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