Article Number: 22155
DMX Gets Underlayment Product NALFA Certified
WASHINGTON D.C., 2020 — The North American Laminate Flooring Association is proud to announce DMX’s 1-Step 2.0 Underlayment is now NALFA Certified to the new underlayment standard. DMX has been a member of NALFA since 2012.

DMX’s new and improved underlayment can be used with vinyl, engineered, and laminate flooring. Their 1-Step 2.0 Underlayment exceeds all of NALFA’s performance requirements, which include compression resistance, impact insulation class, sound transmission class, thermal resistance, indoor air quality, water vapor transmission rate, and mold growth.

For more information on DMX’s 1-Step 2.0 Underlayment, visit their website.

About NALFA
The North American Laminate Flooring Association (NALFA) was formed in 1997 by U.S. and Canadian manufacturers and importers of laminate flooring. Since its inception, NALFA has been dedicated to creating voluntary product performance standards for laminate flooring in North America. For more information, visit www.nalfa.com.



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