insulation for underfloor heating

Postby grania » Sun Jan 30, 2011 7:08 pm

I plan to install hot water underfloor heating to a 1900's mid terrace. Ground floor is currently wooden flooring laid on stone which in turn is supported by metal joists.

Insulation of the ground floor is key and I would rather over insulate.
I want to re-lay the wooden flooring.

What insulation material would you recommend and how thick?
Thanks for any advice as new to this area.
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