The UFH Group's Insulation Edge Roll is an essential UFH component designed to ensure a seamless and effective insulation process. It's primarily used around the perimeter of a room during the installation of an underfloor heating system, to prevent thermal bridging and accommodate for the natural expansion and contraction of the screed.
Our Insulation Edge Roll is designed for easy installation, Made from high-quality materials, it provides a robust and durable barrier, ensuring optimal thermal efficiency for your underfloor heating system. Our perimeter expansion border edging strip has a PVC apron to enable to be taped down to PVC vapour barrier making a perfect seal.
Q: What is the purpose of the Insulation Edge Roll?
A: The Insulation Edge Roll serves as a buffer between the floor slab and the wall. This prevents thermal bridging and allows for the natural expansion and contraction of the screed, thereby reducing the risk of cracking.
Q: How is the Insulation Edge Roll installed?
A: The roll should be placed around the perimeter of the room at the wall-floor junction. It also has a PVC apron to enable to be taped down to PVC vapour barrier making a perfect seal. Once your insulation and heating system are installed, you can trim the roll level with the surface of your screed.
Q: Is the Insulation Edge Roll necessary for my underfloor heating installation?
A: Yes, it's highly recommended. The Insulation Edge Roll plays a crucial role in the overall efficiency and durability of your underfloor heating system, preventing thermal bridging and allowing for expansion and contraction.
Q: Can the Insulation Edge Roll be used with all types of flooring?
A: Yes, our Insulation Edge Roll is designed for use with all types of flooring in conjunction with an underfloor heating system.
The UFH Group's Insulation Edge Roll is a testament to our commitment to providing high-quality, comprehensive solutions for your underfloor heating needs. It is easy to install and crucial for the longevity and efficiency of your heating system.