Insulayment: Perfect match for today’s hardwood options

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Norfolk, Neb.—MP Global Products’ Insulayment is a high performing acoustic underlayment engineered specifically for installation under glue-down or nail-down hardwood and engineered wood floors. The roll-out fiber underlayment is designed to dampen impact noise and decrease airborne sounds from traveling to the room below.

Insulayment is a very appealing choice for installations where concern for the environment is a consideration. Insulayment keeps floors warm in the winter and cool in the summer, minimizing energy demands. In addition, the underlayment is Made in the USA, which eliminates overseas shipping costs and minimizes transportation costs, and made from 100% pre-consumer recycled textile content. It also helps to smooth out little subfloor imperfections.

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