To warm the loggia
I decided to warm the loggia so that it could be used as a working space at any time, and in general so that it was warmer. The loggia is glazed, you only need to warm all the walls, floor and ceiling. Tell me, the better to warm them?
There are 7 answers
Answered on December 23, 2017 02:05
For insulation often use rolled insulation, penoplex or penofol, the thickness of insulation should be chosen on the basis of the dimensions of the loggia, if they allow - it is better to take thicker to make it warmer.
Answered on December 23, 2017 02:08
I believe that such work is better for specialists to trust, who are professionally engaged in insulation, if of course you want to get a really warm room, which will remain so for many years. Selecting a company from reviews is easy - there are a lot of them now. Or you can ask your friends if someone ordered insulation.
Answered on December 23, 2017 02:12
Foil penofol made of foamed polyethylene is very well suited for insulation. It keeps warm well, is good in terms of durability, and it is also very easy for them to warm,as there are self-adhesive rolls. So the material is really in active demand. You can watch it for example here.
Answered on December 27, 2017 23:03
What material you would not insulate your loggia, do not forget about the gap between the wall and the window, you need to plaster slopes and insulate the window itself with a special sealant.
Answered on December 27, 2017 23:11
You can do the warming yourself, provided, of course, if you have free time. I am going to insulate my balcony myself, so I found an article on the Internet about how to insulate a balcony with my own hands, look like nothing complicated.
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