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  1. xxredmaxx

    Water UFH advice on build-up for UFH

    Hi all. I came across this forum searching for info so my first post. I'm renovating 1890's Victorian house with suspended floors. Joists are traditional 16" centres. I want to install wet UFH to bathroom on 1st floor and finished floor to ceiling height is tight so trying not to lose any...
  2. Captain Scally

    Water UFH Proposed floor build up over UFH

    Hi, I am trying to achieve a low floor build up including wet UFH over a new suspended timber floor in our barn conversion. The area is large, 21m x 8m. Having spoken to various UFH suppliers I have come up with the following: 22mm chipboard subfloor (already laid) 25x25mm battens at 200mm...
  3. D

    Electric UFH Self levelling prior to UFH

    I’m nearly there with a bathroom tiling Project and managed to make it this far before getting stumped! I’ve got Marmox insulation board to lay beneath Warmup DCM-Pro mat. I had planned to use the fleece backed mat with adhesive but I can’t find the mat in the uk. So I’ll have to use the self...
  4. L

    Porcelain Tiling To Calcium Sulfate Based Screeds (Revised Dec 2011)

    Hi has anyone got the text of this TTA technical document I can have a look at? Tiling To Calcium Sulfate Based Screeds (Revised Dec 2011) I'm starting my 150sqm porcelain install soon and want to make sure I haven't missed anything. Cheers.
  5. A

    Tiler needed- Hampton TW12. Kitchen floor tiles cracked

    The tiles are 60x60 and sat one a Wunda floor UFH system (Water). The builder who installed them didn’t use the right adhesive or any primer. I have the tiles. We are in Hampton TW12 Thanks Alan
  6. A

    Wunda UFH tiles cracked

    Hello I’m in Hampton SW London and have a floor problem. Wunda UFH water heating was installed over a kitchen area that was half boards and half concrete. The tiles over the concrete are fine, but the ones over the other part have cracked. I’ve lifted one of the tiles up and the adhesive...
  7. D

    Tiling I a ply floor with ufh

    Tiling an18 mm ply floor with wet ufh under ply any recommendations thx
  8. Bil Man

    Electric UFH UFH - Porcelein tile & Schluter Ditra

    Dear all, First time poster here and would like you r kind suggetion. I am getting a builder installing porcelein tile for me in the kitchen with underfloor heating. Unfortunately the tiler is out of country and not able to discuss with him the details. My electrician recommended that i need to...
  9. U

    help with 6mm floor tiles

    Hi guys, newbie here and after advice/opinion So we have 210sqm of 120x120x6mm porcelain floor tiles to go down onto UFH with a Chemfloor cement floor. I have been told I need decoupling mat due to the size and been told not to use the membrane due to potential air pockets that could cause...
  10. T

    Which screed would you recommend for wet UFH ?

    Hi folks, Just looked at a conservatory tiling job. Wet UFH system, set into sand and cement approx 50mm thick. Fitted 2 months ago so should be cured. Heating yet to be commissioned. The sand and cement is dog rough, going to need prepping to level the floor ready to receive 500mm x 500mm...
  11. C

    Electric UFH Hot glue for sticking down electric UFH cable

    Hi everyone, good to be here. I'm a DIYer putting down a loose UFH cable in my kitchen. I've laid it out and used a glue gun to fix the cable to the Wedi board. It occurred to me though.. once the cable is encased in SLC, those glue globules are going to be liquified each time the cable heats...
  12. S

    Can you tile on routed water UFH?

    Morning all, I have been given the opportunity to quote for a 110m floor in a chevron pattern. Around 80m of it is screed and the remaining 30m will be on a 12mm cement board, bringing an existing floor together with a new one. The cement board will be going down over 22mm floorboards in 3...
  13. J

    Thin Porcelain Twelve cracked thin porcelain tiles 1500x1500

    Hello! We have an issue with 12 cracked large format thin porcelain tiles (1500x1500x6mm). They all have cracked in L cuts. The floor is made of concrete (they call it dry concrete or estrich over here). The tiles were laid 6 months after pouring the concrete in. It has underfloor heating that...
  14. J

    Porcelain tiles wet room Ufh heating

    Hi guys A little advice if possible I have a bathroom 2.6 x1.9 on joists 18” gaps New weyroc floor Ufh is on spreader plates in between and a wet board flush into the area So my question is decoupling mat or not ? For this size area is it needed Will there be that much flex? There have been...
  15. E

    Water UFH Unipipe UFH system advice

    Unipipe underfloor heating Hi guys, anyone tiled over this product? It’s polystyrene grooved product that heating pipes run through over laid with a metal fibred strong board. New product to me and would like any advice or procedures req prior to tiling. Can’t seem to find any info on it.
  16. A

    Water UFH Anyone had experience with pre-routed 22mm chipboard for wet UFH

    So Ive seen this ProWarm ProFloor pre-routed chip and was wondering if anyone had has any experience with it? I'm giving the bathroom a total revamp and the existing floor boards will be getting replaced anyway. The plan is, take up the old chip, insulate between the joists with celotex or...
  17. S

    Floor Build Up with UFH

    I'm thinking of including an electric heating mat under the floor tiles in the upstairs WC. Could you provide advice on thickness and build up? Currently there are floor board fixed to joists. I was going to fix down the joists, lay over a cement board, lay an UFH mat and then tile over the top...
  18. S

    Removing Damaged Tile with UFH

    Hi Tile Gods! I've been asked to remove a damaged tile that is bedded on an UFH Electric Mat. Tiles are small not large format. Any advice (apart from walking away) would be helpful. TIA
  19. L

    Very large format porcelain, partial anhydrate screed UFH

    Forgive me for I am noob... I have a 9m x 9m floor area that is one space, but half is a new build extension and half is 1920's old house Situation: The new build half has a Anhydrite screed floor with UFH. The old half is concrete floor WITHOUT UFH. The tiles are 1200mm x 600mm porcelain. The...
  20. J

    Electric UFH Layer/prep for tiling with UFH on wooden floorboards

    Hi, So I can’t find any solid information on this topic. For context, I am wanting tiles floor with underfloor heating from the kitchen into the living/dining room (joining rooms via a door) so basically the whole downstairs. While having a new kitchen installed prior to tiling I was advised to...
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