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Posted By: TimGSOther options considered and dropped include (a) expanded polystyrene insulation as it doesn't seem as bad enviromentally as PIR. No one stocks it locally anymore though. Delivery could be an option from the south, but to be honest I am reluctant to bother with this as getting anything bulky delivered here is often expensive and/or hassle. Certainly financially if not environmentally, PIR from the local Jewsons would be more efficient.
Posted By: TimGS The subfloor is a concrete slab, with a DPM underneath. The DPM doesn't quite reach the walls in all places - the last incumbent of the house installed it, not very well, but that is another story. The relevance here is that the slab is dry, but can't be regarded as 100% damp-proofed.
Posted By: TimGSSkyewright: I suspect this is the same or very similar stuff. Good to know it does work, though I am leaning towards solid boards now.
Posted By: TimGSHi,CWatters: I don't think we are doing so much work as to require compliance with the regs as applied to new-builds, conversions or alterations - the only alteration aside from extra insulation is the fixing of the damp issues.
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