Published at Friday, October 05th 2018. by Kelley Olson in Blanket.
You typically think about insulation when it's cold or when it's hot and I'm here at a new construction job site in New Hampshire and inside a garage and look at this flat. You might think this is a black tarp and you might wonder why what's going on here, why is this black tarp down? Well, actually, this is the insulated blanket and right here where I'm squeezing it with my hand, it's probably about an inch thick inch and a half with a really high impact like bubble type wrap, and it's they don't want it to freeze and the reason.
Why is believe it, or not in the middle of winter, they're a pour a concrete slab here in a few days we're a take this up put down some insulation, some of that nice, rigid, foam, they're actually going to put in radiant tubing and then Pour the concrete on top of that, so that the garage is basically hated. That's a be a really nice feature for this particular homeowner, but you use blankets like this before you pour it to try to keep the frost out of the material you do not want to pour concrete or anything on frozen ground, because one of the is That the material will shrink and then the concrete on top will crack.
You can also use these after you pour the concrete to keep the heat in the concrete. You'll actually see that on a lot of job sites, but we'll do that when we go ahead and pour the slab, I'm Tim Carter, forecaster ac com. I hope you discovered something useful.
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