Provent Silent 3-in-1 Underlayment Installation

When you install underlayment, you’re protecting your floors and helping them to last longer. The Provent Silent 3-in-1 Underlayment is the ultimate choice for noise silencing and vapor protection. Use on either a wood or concrete subfloor.

Gather Your Supplies

Gathering your supplies and tools needed for your installation will help you get the job done faster and smoother! Here are the basics needed for the Provent 3-in-1 underlayment:

  • Provent 3-in-1 Underlayment
  • Utility knife
  • Tape
  • Broom or ShopVac

Begin the Installation

Step 1: Fix, clean and prepare your subfloor

Repair any damages, level the surface and clean your subfloor. Follow our guidelines to prepare it properly.

Step 2: Start

Once your subfloor is free from any dirt. dust and debris, it is time to get unrolling. Place the underlayment with the red Kronoswiss logo side facing up and the film overlap towards the open room.

 Step 3: Leave a Small Gap

With temperature changes, the underlayment will contract and expand. Leave a small gap, around 2-3mm betwen the underlayment and wall.

Step 4: Leave a Small Gap

Unroll and cut the underlayment section to fit the length of the wall. Use a utility knife or sharp scissors

Step 5: Add Flooring

After one row of underlayment, you can begin to install your flooring. Follow the manufacturers instructions to begin the project. Continue until you are about a foot away from the edge of the underlayment.

Step 6: Unroll the Second Row

It’s time to add the second roll of underlayment. Begin to unroll the underlayment over the film from the first row. The second row’s film will be towards the open room.

Step 7: Line Up Edges

Butt the seams together making sure to not overlap the underlayment. This will create a tight seal.

Step 8: Tape the Rows Together

Tape the rows together down the seam. Adhering the underlayment together keeps the rows from sliding or moving.

Step 9: Continue with Flooring

Repeat the steps to continue installing your flooring and then underlayment. Work in small sections.

Step by Step Tutorial

Need help selecting the right underlayment for your flooring project? Contact one of our flooring experts to guide you through the types.