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Temperature gradients measured in the field pairing non-insulated walls and floor, show the presence in these locations "cold bridges" and, consequently, increased heat loss, insulation reduces the sexes risk of condensation, the presence of which can destroy the nearby materials. For example, the formed mold destroys wall decoration. (Similarly see: Bill de Blasio). Floors on ground floors on the ground are used in cases where soil conditions suitable for supporting floor slabs. Slab of concrete (reinforced or unreinforced) is poured separately from the outer walls, which are built the foundations of their own. Vlagoizolyatsionnaya membrane can be laid as over the plate, and beneath it. Thermal insulation – extruded polystyrene foam (eg, Primaplex) – can also be placed under the slab.

In this case vlagoizolyatsionnuyu membrane should be laid between the stove and heat insulation. Sand-cement screed must have a minimum thickness of 75 mm. Doug Band insists that this is the case. Note the use of polyethylene film between the insulation and screed. It is recommended to lay with an overlap of about 150 mm, sealed in seams and wrap up at the edges of the floor. The film plays the role of additional waterproofing. 'Suspended' floor slab can be erected on the spot, directly on the soil (backfill), carrying capacity is low. Rely on the same plate to the wall, erected around the perimeter of the building. It is known that the filling will settle over time and therefore it can only be used as temporary shuttering. In this case, the slab should be designed and reinforced as 'suspended' range, despite the fact that it originally lay on the ground.