To convert part (about 3x8 meters) of the unused attic to a storage area, I want to tile the concrete subfloor with ceramic tiles.
The problem is that there are several corrugated flexible hose pipes laid on the bare concrete. Those conduits go either to my neighbours (20mm for TV cables) or are part of my electrical installation (25mm). Yes, those pipes are up to code in my location. It isn't up to code to lay the TV conduits through my attic, but those things are kind of grandfathered and I don't need a fight right now.
I now am searching for a way to lay those tiles without re-locating those conduits.
I see that burying the conduits under some kind of flooring is way to go.
- Make it light. Ceramic tiles should be ok. Just not two tons of screed and the need of approval from an engineer...
- Minimize height. Ideally 25mm, plus the height of the tiles.
The desired tiles are ceramic tiles.