functions as thermal insulator. Therefore, product thickness exceeding 15 mm as well as the use of soft broadleaf wood and pine wood having low heat insulating capacity should be avoided. The best choice of product for use with floor heating is ready-to- install (pre-finished) parquet. Tongue-and-groove parquet and
At the same time, floors can be cold and uncomfortable, so it's worth thinking about how insulation can make them more thermally efficient, hold heat for longer and protect your flooring from damp.The challenge is to achieve this without destroying the character of the original flooring, or causing dampness
If you are planning to fit new wood flooring it is important to use an appropriate underlay for your project. Not only will the right underlay provide you with a better laying and walking surface for your new floor as well as helping resist moisture, it will help reduce noise pollution and provide thermal insulation.
“We had the house double glazed and the loft is boarded with insulation but we are very concerned about the amount of heat loss through the floor,” he says. “It is a wooden floor which has been attacked over the years to install heating and wiring. There are gaps in the floorboards and the airbricks are all
Our parquet underlay solutions should be laid using the “floating floor” technique and are ideal for the acoustic insulation of the drum sound. perfect drum and impact sound reduction; Good floor carrier and floor heating system suitable; Protects your floor water vapour barrier possible; Save money lasts very long
The special features of wood flooring include good thermal insulation, sound insulation, wear resistance, hardness and spring. Creating a warm, elegant and welcoming atmosphere for any room, a wooden floor lasts a lifetime.
Wood floors aren't terrible about letting heat escape, but even if your utility bills haven't skyrocketed, you can be put off by the fact that your floor is too cold during the winter. Wood floor insulation is a great way to reduce your heating bills, give you a comfortable floor, and protect your wood flooring from the infiltration of
Wood floor insulation and sound-proofing, often goes together with refurbishments of wooden floors. We do it for concrete subfloors and wooden subfloors for various reasons - draft reducing insulation, sound reducing insulation, and application of damp proofing membranes in areas where moisture may be of an issue.