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We're going to be renovating our 1930s house. As part of this I would like to insulate the floor. It is a suspended timber floor, with the floor about 40cms above the ground.

We can't use spray foam insulation as the gap is too small.

What suggestions for floor insulation that won't raise the floor much or cost the earth?

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No idea on moisture. The surveyor's report concluded there weren't enough air bricks, but we've not had any issues with damp. The ground is very clay like and totally waterlogged in winter.

Unfortunately because the space is too small to allow safe access we can't use spray foam insulation.

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