office in our shop has a concrete floor, the concrete is perfectly smooth and clean. Would we want/need to use the foam underlay and secondly what would be the best method of securing it? I'm pretty flexible as to options.
mainly in the electrical department.
The shelving and dresser is all custom built-in casework, painted white with chartreuse as the accent color. Thanks for your interest!
Hi Lupe, thanks for your interest. This is a custom built-in
installation in this houzz article: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/8216171/list/Try-DIY-Plywood-Flooring-for-High-Gloss--Low-Cost
The light fixture is 15.5" in diameter.
can work in your favor as an additional acoustical barrier. Two, it adds a little give under the floor. And three, it acts as a vapor barrier which is specifically beneficial for your installation, especially if your concrete floor is slab on grade.
The foam underlayment doesn’t itself need to be secured