Which electric floor heating insulation to choose?

Which electric floor heating insulation to choose?


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Answer: the peripheral strips and the insulating plates.

For an electric floor heating, there are two types of insulation. First, the peripheral strips which serve to insulate the walls at the bottom of the walls or partitions. Their thickness must be between 5 and 10 mm, and they must be made of a suitable material such as polyurethane or better still, natural materials (compressed cork for example). They are often glued or stapled. Then, insulating sheets must be placed directly on the supporting floor, if possible ACERMI certified. The most commonly used materials for floor slabs are expanded polystyrene, rigid polyurethane or mineral wool panels. Cover the tile joints with a sealing adhesive to prevent mortar infiltration. You too, send us your decoration question

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