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      03-01-2013, 04:26 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by FRG View Post
It's block-cavity-brick and the floor will be timber joists, insulated inbetween with an 18mm chipboard deck sat on the top, UFH to be installed on top of the deck and a lam. floor on top of that. I have taken down an old conservatory which had a tiled floor on a concrete slab, this is 8" lower than my existing floor in the house and I'm bringing it up to level so using joists is easiest plus I still need to vent under the floor of the existing house which I can easily do using this route.
Sounds good,although my system is under a screed with ceramic tiles sitting on top.

I used Hepworth, who when I installed the system provided a kit comprising the required (based on floor area) single length pipework,the fittings + the stat.

Worth a look, if only for ideas,calcs,quotes etc

http://thermoboard.wavin.com/master/...ft_content_sub

http://thermoboard.wavin.com/master/...e_left_content

http://thermoboard.wavin.com/master/...e_left_content
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