FLOORLOCK is a structural tensioning system that raises sagging floors to level.
Raising the Floor to level utilizing Burmon Building Products patent pending Adjustable Floorlock Brace has revolutionized the way contractors and DIYers fix sagging floors.
1 Mounting Bracket made from heavy duty steel featuring tension rod hole openings and two screw fixing points.
2 High-capacity threaded tension rods with one end rounded for inserting into mounting bracket hole inserts and the other end molded for a 5/16-inch hex driver.
3Tension nuts and split washers designed to lock the AFB together once the correct tension is set in between joists eliminating all movement and squeaks.
4The Heavy duty square threaded tension rod housing unit is engineered to support the tension rods as they are wound in and out.
FLOORLOCK | Fixes Sagging Floors!
- Fast & easy to install
- Saves time and money
- Fully Adjustable ensuring a perfect fit on every joist
- DIY friendly
- Costs significantly less than a steel beam
- Patent pending technology
Less than $22 per foot
Based on 16’ centers
Compare the Cost of Installing a Steel Beam VS FLOORLOCK To Fix A Sagging Floor
How much does a Steel Beam Cost to Install?According to the Home Guide website, the cost to install a steel beam is between $100.00 - $400.00 per foot. So, for a floor that is approximately 12 foot wide, a steel beam will cost between $1,200.00 to $4,200.00 to install.
How much do you Save Fixing your Sagging Floor Using FLOORLOCK?One single row of FLOORLOCK installed at 16 inch centers, will cost approximately $22.00 per foot. So, for a floor 12 foot wide, FLOORLOCK will cost approximately $256.00.
That’s a 468% Plus SavingRef:- https://homeguide.com/costs/steel-beam-cost
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