Any suggestions for flooring to insulate a 10x15 concrete greenhouse floor?

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Post by Guest »

Your suggestions please..

Post by Melissa »

I think I saw where people are using the rubber stall mats. I'm not sure how well they insulate though. My floor is compacted gravel with landscape fabric over it which isn't insulated.

Post by Tracey »

You may want to try those rubber stall mats. Might help your feet a bit with that hard concrete.

Post by Donna »

I'm in zone 7 and have not needed to insulate my concrete but the suggestion for using horse paddock mats sounds like a good idea. I bought two interlocking mats and put in front of my potting table for comfort.

Post by Kelly »

I have a cement floor. I never thought about insulating! I’m in western Washington. I overwinter geraniums and have a bunch of succulents. I do have a little electric heater.

Post by Stefan »

Add pink or blue polystyrene panels two feet from the sides and back, run them up the walls same distance. They won't absorb water, can be washed in summer. Don't promote mold. Rubber mats can be placed in them.

Post by Dan »

Are you insulating the floor or the perimeter? I would use the floor as q heat sink. Let the sun warm it during the day.

Post by Bill »

I’m using horse paddock mats (4x6) from Tractor Supply. They last forever.

Post by Mary »

Interlocking rubber mats.
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