How To Install
Solid Floor Applications
Starting at the wall edge with a minimum of a 100mm overlap up the wall- Roll out the SFUF onto a clean, dry and smooth surface with the clear polythene layer facing upwards into the room.
Butt joint edges together and then seal with a non foil jointing tape.
Proceed to install your underfloor heating ( if being fitted) and then screeding over following manufacturers recommendations.
Roll out the SFUF onto a clean, dry and smooth surface with the clear polythene layer facing upwards into the room.
Butt joint edges together and then seal with SuperFOIL Jointing tape.
Laminate flooring finish -
If you are using laminate flooring, we recommend placing a solid layer on top of the SFUF ( such as plywood layer). Proceed to install your laminate flooring as per manufacturers recommendations.
Carpet finish -
Proceed to lay your underlay directly on top of the SFUF, and finish the installation by laying carpet as per manufacturers instruction.
Ideal Products For Solid Floor Applications
0.8 R VALUE
R Value of 0.8 When used in a floor
1.5m Wide by 8m Long
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Under Floor Heating
Lay SuperFOIL following installation details above, ensuring the clear polythene layer is on the top of the installation.
Install chosen underfloor heating system as per manufacturers recommendations.
Pour screed over the top of underfloor heating pipes as directed.
Floor Level Finish
Once chosen flooring has been laid, cut the overlap of SuperFOIL that is up the wall, back to floor level using a sharp utility knife or rotary cutter.
Pipes,Vents & Holes
At penetrations such as vent ducting, pipework etc, SuperFOIL should be trimmed to ensure there are no gaps around the penetration.
Using 100mm Superior Foil Tape ensure the SuperFOIL is well sealed around the penetration to create an airtight barrier. This can be achieved by using small sections of tape and working around the penetration.
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