InSoFast Shipping Container Floor in less than 15 minutes
Installation Methods for shipping container floors:
There are four basic installation methods: floating, glue down, screwed down, and fully adhered. The floating method is recommended for carpet, laminate, and wood floors. This is a simpler, quicker installation that makes the concrete floor feel softer and more comfortable. The glue down method can be used for carpet, laminate, and wood floors. The screw down method can be used for any flooring type. The fully adhered method is recommended for tiled area to create a solid base that eliminates movement.
The floating method places the panels directly on the shipping container floor without any adhesive. Interlock the panels together with the tongue and grooved edges in a running bond or staggered pattern.
Install subflooring with a gap for expansion following per manufacturer’s instructions. Fasten with standard coarse thread all-purpose construction screws.
When panels are installed as a floating floor, it is important to layout the subflooring so that the long seam of the plywood does not line up with the seams in the InSoFast panels. The short seams of the plywood should land over the top of a stud.
How to frame and insulate a shipping container to maximize interior space.
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