Polyester underfloor insulation is a form of under floor heating system, where polyester threads and the polyester plastic is used to insulate the floor. In order to make polyester underfloor insulation, polyester or its derivative materials are mixed with an asphalt-like material that can be called thermoset. This mixture can be a liquid or a solid, and it is made to be permeable and insulating to the point that water can pass through it without any obstruction. The thermoset material is then poured into holes in the floor that have been drilled by a trowel, and it is then held in place by a rubber cement sheet.
Advantages Of Polyester Underfloor Insulation
Polyester underfloor insulation has many advantages over standard hardwoods and tiles. First of all, it can be installed by professionals. Polyester floors can withstand high temperatures that traditional hardwoods cannot. It is also resistant to fire and acts as an effective insulator. The material also offers superior insulation qualities than tile. Furthermore, it can be used in areas that cannot tolerate timber flooring.
Polyester underfloor insulation has many applications, and it has become very popular in recent years. It is easy to install, cost effective, resistant to fire, and able to be used in any part of the home. It also works great as a secondary insulator. Its uses are varied, but in the past few decades it has been widely accepted as the best choice for underfloor heating systems.