IS PORCELAIN STONEWARE SUITABLE FOR LAYING OVER UNDERFLOOR HEATING?
I want to replace the tiles in my house, both for flooring and on the walls, with porcelain stoneware. Having underfloor heating, I wanted to know if the type of material can be used.
Regarding this query, we note that porcelain stoneware is well suited to underfloor heating; clearly, technical provisions should be observed, such as the use of an adhesive with good flexibility (such as Mapei Keraflex Maxy or Kerakoll H40 Flex - or any similar product) and the product must always be laid with a gap (distance from one tile to another) of at least 2mm.
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