Floor and intermediate floor insulation
Non-settle seamless insulation layer quickly and reliably
Seamless insulation that does not settle
As a wood-based material Termex Cellulose insulation enables correctly functioning structures in terms of humidity and temperature. Termex Cellulose insulation is blown-in through the pipe with air pressure into the open space. The insulating fibers form a seamless and efficient insulation layer that perfectly fills the cavity to be insulated.
The method of installation is decisive
In the floors the surface of the insulation is blown to approx. 30% extra strength compared to the supporting beams. The insulation surface is compacted to a flat level. The density of the insulation is more than 41 kg/m3, which results in time-resistant insulation layer that does not settle.
In intermediate floors, a 100-125 mm underfill is often enough for good sound insulation.
In connection with the renovation, the old saw dust or soil insulation is completely removed. The structures are inspected and the damaged material is renewed. After blowing the Termex Cellulose, the breathable Termex air barrier paper and new floor material are installed. This creates a durable, draft-free floor structure.
Forget old-fashioned board or batt insulation – order installed blown-in insulation for the floor insulation!
The insulation is blown to approx. 30% extra strength.
Excess thickness is compacted to the supporting beams level by pressing down the joints (e.g. brush or trowel)
Insulation fills the holes and gaps. No waste.
A tight air barrier is installed on top of the insulation.