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underlay

felt, rubber, etc., laid beneath a carpet to increase insulation and resilience

Underlay

Material laid directly on the floor to act as a padding; generally for the installation of carpet.

underlay

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(graphic arts)
The process of equalizing the impression of the press by inserting small pieces of paper beneath the type form.

underlay

1. Same as underlayment.
3. A layer, such as asphaltic felt, which isolates a roof covering from the substructure; underfelt.
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This exceptionally light underlay is used as a 'screed' to prepare steel decking surfaces for a final top flooring surface.
Our roofing breather underlays, LAMINATES, are available up to a width of 310.
If you want added luxury then consider the wood/felt mix underlay for which you may have to pay a little more.
In 2003, Dunedin bedding company Ellis Fibre Limited, combined magnetic therapy with New Zealand wool to create its Magniwool Underlay.
Once the underlay, carpet and grip are in the room, there is not much space for anything else.
If you plan to use a foil underlay, or one with an in-built moisture barrier, you don't need the film as well.
Made from 100 percent pure Australian wool, the underlay and duvet come covered with brushed japara cotton or high quality sateen cotton, the latter with the premium versions.
residential underlay market with a line of synthetic underlays.
Rug underlays help keep rugs flat and in place on floors.
James Taylor, the fourth generation of the family to be involved in the business, said: "From our Bradford base, we transport some of our recycled fibres to Texfelt which are then turned into carpet underlays.
uk), which has a great range of budget carpets and underlays.
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