Taking steps to soundproof your floor by carefully considering the type of underlay you use at the planning stage can make a massive difference, as Hush Acoustics explains…
Falling short of the requirements when dealing with screeded concrete/masonry floors could result in costly remedial work if it fails to get building control sign-off, as Hush Acoustics explains…
Hush Acoustics is supporting the rapid growth in the popularity of underfloor heating (UFH) by ensuring homeowners and developers can also maximise the acoustic performance of their floors through its range of specialist insulation products.
When you have an involvement in the design of a setting that requires safe heating, you will have to make a number of crucial decisions surrounding the type of heating you specify, as Contour explains here…
This piece from acoustic material manufacturers Hush Acoustics explores how to add acoustic insulation in floors with underfloor heating.
Before tiling kitchens or bathrooms, it’s essential to plan ahead to avoid any problems that could occur. Here, Saint-Gobain Weber looks at how to choose the right products to deliver a high-quality finish for every tiling project.
This piece sees Contour Heating explore the pros and cons of underfloor heating, LST radiators and radiant ceiling panels in hospitals.
Contractors must be prepared for the growing popularity of smart control technology in residential and commercial building heating systems, according to a new downloadable guide from polymer specialists REHAU.
Cellecta, the UK specialist Acoustic and Thermal Insulation manufacturer, has launched the Mojave® dry laid underfloor heating system.
Polymer pipes specialist, REHAU, has supplied a range of underfloor heating pipe equipment to Instacoustics, who have been appointed on a prestigious new development in London.