How much does Stego wrap cost?

How much does Stego wrap cost?

about $0.19 to $0.41 per square foot
How much does Stego Wrap Cost? Depending on the mil thickness and vapor barrier class rating, the Stego Wrap pricing ranges from about $0.19 to $0.41 per square foot. This pricing includes shipping. Generally, the higher the mil thickness, the higher the cost per square foot.

What mil plastic goes under concrete?

The most commonly used vapor barrier under concrete slabs is polyethylene (poly) plastic sheeting with a thickness of 10 mil or 15 mil.

What is Stego wrap?

Stego Wrap is our line of high-performance, below-slab vapor retarders/barriers. Our products help protect the building envelope from below-slab moisture vapor, soil gases, and other contaminants.

Does Stego wrap polyethylene?

STEGOCRAWL® CRAWL SPACE ENCAPSULATION StegoCrawl Wrap is a multi-layer plastic extrusion manufactured with only the highest grade of prime, virgin polyolefin resins.

Do you need vapor barrier under slab?

If you have a concrete floor that’s in continuous contact with a source of moisture, you’re going to have problems. This is why a vapor barrier under concrete is essential. Vapor barriers are a way to keep moisture from getting into the concrete.

Do I need a membrane under concrete?

These days, damp proof membranes are required in the construction of all new buildings to prevent rising damp. These strong and highly durable Polyethylene 1200 Gauge DPMs are sandwiched between the hard core and concrete slab to form an impermeable layer.

What is Stego used for?

The purpose of steganography is to conceal and deceive. It is a form of covert communication and can involve the use of any medium to hide messages. It’s not a form of cryptography, because it doesn’t involve scrambling data or using a key.

What mil vapor barrier should I use?

Vapor barriers should be at least 6 mil in thickness to effectively cover the area and create a moisture barrier. Triangle Crawl Space Solutions uses both a 6 mil material for simple vapor barrier installation and a thicker more durable 12 mil vapor barrier material depending on the budget and needs of the home.

How thick should a vapor barrier be under a concrete slab?

The American Concrete Institute’s Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction recommends that the thickness of the vapor retarder be at least 10 mils.

Where does vapor barrier go under slab?

  1. Most exterior slabs do not need a vapor barrier.
  2. In general, place the concrete slab directly on top of the vapor barrier, with the subbase below.
  3. The vapor barrier can be placed under the subbase, if the building is closed in when the dry subbase material is placed.

Why is water coming up through concrete floor?

Water can seep through concrete through an imbalance of relative humidity. The direction moisture moves is determined by the humidity in the concrete and air, so if the concrete has higher relative humidity than the surrounding air, it will release moisture into the air.

How thick should a vapor barrier be under a slab?