waterproof basement floor??
use Dricore, which is the best solution for your situation... otherwise, do what I did on my basement, a similated Dricore solution but one third of the cost:
buy thick non-flat plastic sheets, those use on outside surounding the foundation for water-proofing, lay it down, then lay down the OSB board, then tapcon them everywhere...
this will only reduce your height by less than one inch and you got waterpoof flooring where moisture can circular through the irregular(non-flat) plastic sheets... when installing, may take Dricore advice, opening up vent on various locations on the floor for mositure to escape... I didn't do that on mine because I think mine is very dry and I can always do that in the future if required...
besides mositure problem, this solution also make your basement warmer as no heat can escape through concrete... if you live in a cold place
then you can carpet
Last edited by KUIPORNG; 09-07-2006 at 01:54 PM.