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subfloor, blind floor, counterfloor

A rough floor, laid on joists, which serves as a base for the finished floor; is used as a working platform during construction, may act as a structural diaphragm to resist lateral stresses.
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The reasons for this will be covered in the Underfloor Pressure discussion, below.
The Underfloor Warehouse deal involves the supply of ground and air source heat pump technology to the independent distributor.
GEORGE SAYS: Integrated underfloor heating is my first choice in an open-plan area to maximise the wall space.
But everywhere, not just in rural areas, homeowners are opting for underfloor heating.
If you haven't already done loft or wall insulation, or double glazing, underfloor insulation might save about 10% of your heat loss.
And for those building owners and facilities managers interested in sustainable design, an access floor that encompasses underfloor air and service distribution is just the fit, says Reynolds.
A feature entrance hall with front and rear full-length double glazed atriums greets you; with a limestone flooring with underfloor heating, it boasts a centre turned staircase with galleried landings.
There is a dining room and kitchen with dual fuel range and underfloor heating.
Real wood flooring with underfloor heating guarantees warmth during the winter months.
The breakfast kitchen has ceramic tiling to the floor, underfloor heating and a range of base and drawer units with continuous granite work surface over, a range of matching wall units with glass fronted china cabinet and full height fitted cupboards.
com)-- The UK's largest underfloor heating supplier, The Underfloor Heating Store, has been shortlisted for the upcoming Smarta 100 business awards, with the firm's owners saying that if they win, they will give the [pounds sterling]11,000 prize to the Little Havens hospice, which provides respite and end-of-life care to children of all ages.