I have an unusual question.
I have already installed the click-together type flooring in one basement office. I laid the blue foam material down first and it went rather well. However, the floor is quite cold in the winter (Michigan).
I am preparing to update another office. The floor is covered by a commercial grade berber carpet that is glued down. I am considering laying the laminate floor right on top of this, as an insulating barrier.
Does this sound feasible? Or should I be looking at something like those sub-floor tile pieces (I think they are called Dri-cor) to elevate the laminate off the concrete floor directly?
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