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Does this plan look right?...attached drawings

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Rodders66, 4 Aug 2018.

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    Things are now developing and I'm looking at the possibility to install Under floor heating throughout the ground floor at the same time as insulating and raising the floor level of one room by 140mm approx.

    Having spent some time searching on best methods etc and coming across conflicting info from Engineering flooring and UFH suppliers, I'm looking at the following set up and would love to hear if it's OK or am I barking up the wrong tree!?

    Attached are two images showing that I have to work in two ways...one adding a floating 25 sq/m slab across an existing suspended ground floor to make up the 140mm to reach two other rooms where I need to go between joists to keep the floor as low as I can.

    The other two rooms are 20 sq/m each.

    I've played around with the Plywoood thicknesses just to balance the end levels, and maintained 70mm on the Celotex.

    All comments welcome!

    Read more: https://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/...ed-drawings-for-comment.506611/#ixzz5NC7RG5H0
     

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