Insulation of basement ceilings
If retrofitting does not allow for topside floor insulation, the basement ceiling is insulated from below. An appropriate thermal insulation saves on heating energy, increases living comfort and prevents structural damages. By insulating the basement ceiling, the entire ceiling, i.e. even the floor of the room above, are inside the warm area.
As the ceiling height in older buildings is usually rather low, thin and highly insulating puren polyurethane insulating panels are uniquely suited. Structural height of the ceiling remains low and thus saves substantially on room volume. puren insulating panels are being glued on or attached mechanically with plugs and screws.