There are different ways to compensate height differences between rooms. The options will depend on the extent of the difference.
Our preference would always be to level or pour screed, but there are other options. Ask a local dealer for advice.
Adjusting to a height difference
If there is a difference in height between the room in which the Floorify is being installed and adjacent rooms where there is no Floorify, there will be a difference in height of 6 to 6.5 mm. To compensate for this, you can use an adaptor profile.
Raising the floor
Imagine that you want to install a vinyl floor in the living room, but the existing floor/screed is lower than 6 or 6.5 mm when compared to the adjacent room (e.g. kitchen). To compensate for the difference in height and bring the floor to the same height as the adjacent room, you could choose to raise the floor.
There are a number of solutions according to the difference:
- Small (< 5 mm)
Hard panels (not compressible) (e.g. Multiplex*, etc.)
- Large (> 5 mm)
- Underfloor panels (e.g. Isoboard, Fermacell, etc.)
*OSB and Multiplex panels are available in different thicknesses.