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Is it possible to build a solid floor without any concrete?

 
Chris Brookman
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Absolutely. Using our screed replacement underfloor heating tiles called Lithotherm, this is exactly what you can do. We usually suggest a build-up something like the following:-

This would avoid the use of a concrete slab and any plastic insulation but still give you the underfloor heating option. There is no dry time with this build-up and so it can be installed, finished and the heating turned on the minute the floor finish has been put down.

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