Can I lay parquet on my heated floor?

Can I lay parquet on my heated floor?

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Answer: yes, provided that it is a low temperature heating floor.

Wood is by nature an insulator, it is not necessarily the best coating for a heated floor. However, it is quite possible to lay parquet on a heated floor, provided that it is a low temperature heated floor that does not exceed 28 ° C. Regarding the laying of parquet, it is strongly recommended to use glued laying. But beware, the glue must not contain any water or solvent to avoid deformation of the wood. You can, in the case of laminate parquet, use floating laying, but this is not the wisest choice. However, whatever the case, nailed installation is absolutely prohibited! Small clarification concerning the type of wood: it is better to avoid nervous woods like beech or maple.


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