What do we do?

We are subcontracting group that provides performance underlayments for a large variety of projects. Our underlayments are used to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of radiantly heated floors by providing a thermal mass for even and sustained heat transfer. In combination with our products that reduce sound transmission we can add a very comfortable and quiet work and living environment. Another very important issue our products address is fire safety. By installing our performance underlayments the fire rating of a floor/ceiling assembly is increased by 1-2 hrs, depending on the thickness poured. At Permafloors we stress the importance of working diligently and being dependle to deliver. On your project we work fast and professionaly to ensure that you can stay on schedule. The Permafloors team is glad to have the opportunity to work in the Big Sky state and surrounding areas, while establishing long-term working relationships with some of the best builders in the country.

Meet the Permafloors management team

Permafloors was started in 1995. The owner of the business, Steve Hasterlik, wanted to have radiant floor heat in his new home. Upon researching subcontractors for the gypsum concrete, he discovered no one in Montana provided that service. The gypsum concrete business became so successful that Steve discontinued providing drywall and painting services in 2000. The corporation changed its name to Permafloors, Inc. and experienced enormous growth with all focus on floors. Steve is a native Montanan. He grew up in Neihart and Great Falls and moved to Missoula to attended the University of Montana in 1970. In his spare time Steve is an avid hunter, skiier, crafstman, and outdoorsman.

Megan Limberger moved to Missoula from West Chester, PA in 1980 after she finished getting her RN. Megan worked as the Assistant Director of Rehabilitation at Community Medical Center for 4 years which helped her when she transitioned over to Permafloors as Office Manager in 2000. In her spare time Megan loves to hike, hunt, snowshoe, and is an active member of the First Presbyterian Church in Missoula.