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I am planning to install a new kitchen. The floor is concrete. But, in the next 12 months or so once the kitchen is in and other work has been completed, we will be running underfloor heating (hot water not electric) and karndean parquet flooring. In order to get the kitchen cabinets to the correct height how thick should I assume the hot water piping, screed and karndean will add to the existing concrete floor.

The underfloor heating will be the pro-warm 12mm surface lay pipe.

The Karndean parquet is their slightly thicker option which I think is about 5mm thick isn't it?

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70 mm over the piping for a sand and cement screed, insulation underneath the screed if there's none under the concrete, the thicker the better, but probably 50mm minimum.

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