Ledges Prevent the Base Plate and Drywall from Contacting the Concrete Floor
Creates Better Airflow Conditions
Allows the Base Plate to Breathe
Drainage Holes and a Nubbed Surface Protect the Walls and Help Water to Drain Away
Helps Control Mold Growth
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Donald W. Snook of Canada has created an innovative new device to elevate a base plate.As a mold abatement expert, Donald has removed a lot of base plates due to issues like mold and rot. This happens when moisture gets trapped under the base plate and it cannot breathe or dry out quickly. In most cases, when drywall is installed, it comes in contact with the concrete. If there is moisture in the concrete, or even a small amount of water present, it can cause mold or water damage. Donald just knew there had to be a solution. In turn, he was inspired to develop the Dryframe!The invention has been specially designed to hold a base plate. It has ledges that prevent the base plate and drywall from contacting the concrete floor while creating better airflow conditions. That way, if your basement floods or you have a leaky pipe, drainage holes and a nubbed surface will protect the walls and help water to drain away before mold has a chance to get established. Want to learn more about the Dryframe? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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