At 08:09 PM 4/6/96 PST, firstname.lastname@example.org (Roger A. Korn) wrote:
>Don't forget to put rigid foam insulation under the slab. It makes the slab
>run at room temp rather than ground temp. Even here in Oregon, the
>difference is notable - less tiring on the legs and much nicer to lie on.
Keeping the floor warm certainly makes sense. But I have never heard of
putting anything such as the above referenced rigid foam under the concrete.
Wouldn't this affect the integrity of the slab?
Union City, MI