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How to Install FloorQuilt

Difficulty: Easy • 4 Steps

If you have a sold floor,  FloorQuilt can be used to improve the thermal performance. It is also perfect for those who intend to have a hot water underfloor heating system installed too.

You can insulate and improve the thermal performance of your solid floor in new builds or renovation projects in just a few short steps, using FloorQuilt. This is a really easy product to install and is commonly installed alongside underfloor heating systems too, as it improves the energy efficiency that way.

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Method Steps

  1. Ensure floor is clean and free from debris.

    Just ensure no dirt, so nothing is trapped beneath and there are no bumps.

  2. Lay YBS FloorQuilt on to Solid Floor

    You need to start at the wall edge and ensure that the FloorQuilt overlaps the wall edge by a minimum of 100mm. If you need to cut the FloorQuilt product, you can do so easily with either our Multifoil Insulation Scissors or our Cutting Knife (available in the multifoil fitting kit)

  3. Butt Joint

    When installing the next layers, ensure that the material is butt jointed up to the next layers. Use the Thermaseal Foil Joining Tape to cover the joints where they meet.

  4. Install Screed / Underfloor Heating

    If you are not installing underfloor heating then you should now move on to the screed, in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. If you are installing underfloor heating, then we advise that you use the gridding outer membrane on the Floor Quilt to assist you with installing the hot water piping.

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Any questions at all, just get in touch here. You can either submit an enquiry or you can request a call me back. We are more than happy to assist you.

Disclaimer – Ecohome Insulation cannot be held responsible for any losses financially or physically from advice provided in this How-To-Guide.

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