Just about to lay new laminate flooring over underfloor heating floor screed and am not sure which underlay to use. Some say they act as "insulation" , not sure exactly what this refers to sound or heat. What's recommended please.
Engineered flooring is good.
If wood flooring is the choice to use engineered flooring is the best as it works well with floor temperature changes, 27c max, the more dense and thinner the better, softer and less dense could act as a insulation blocker, you can use any laminate its synthetic scratch resistant easy to lay cheaper but its wise to check the manufactures info.
The best flooring for underfloor heating by far is tile,stone, or polished screed around 20mm thick 29c
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