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Can you use a radiant barrier foil for underlayment for engineerd hardwood flooring


I am trying to find the best underlay for energy efficiency. It would be an underlay for a staple or glue down engineered hardwood slightly less than a half inch thick.

Can the radiant barrier foil be used? Do they make a radiant barrier underlay? or...What is the most energy efficient underlay to use for these floors?

Or what is the best underlay in general?

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