Unifloor Underlay Systems in Deventer has been the market leader in the Netherlands for over 40 years


Why Unifloor underlays:

  • Sound- reducing
  • Time saving
  • Problem solving

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Underfloor heating

Unifloor, the expert in subfloors

Unifloor is a specialist in the development and production of noise-reducing and levelling underlays for commercial or domestic use. These underlays are quick and easy to install, which saves a great deal of time.

Whether you want LVT, linoleum, wood, laminate, carpet, underfloor heating or floor cooling, we have an underlay that is suitable.

We are happy to help you find the right underlay for your situation. Our floor selection menu takes you through five steps to help you decide which underlay is right for you.

The product page gives you an overview of our products and you can download product leaflets, measurement reports and laying instructions.

In short: with us you will find suitable solutions for every floor situation

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  • Laminate


  • Engineered wood

    Engineered wood

  • Vinyl


  • Linoleum


  • Carpet


The most important properties for choosing a subfloor. In addition, the compatability of the chosen floor covering and the existing subfloor are important.

Impact sound:

This is noise that you hear in the downstairs rooms caused by walking on the floor. In the Netherlands, the VVE sets requirements for flats of at least 10 dB ΔLlin impact sound reduction. 

Walking sound:

This is the sound caused by walking in one's own space. The amount of air in the subfloor is decisive for this. Subfloors with a lot of air produce a high walking noise and subfloors with little air produce a low walking noise.


The subfloor is the foundation of your floor structure. Subfloors that are too soft cause too much movement in the floor covering, with all its consequences. Floor covering manufacturers set minimum requirements for the impressionability of the subfloor.

Thermal resistance:

For optimum operation of the underfloor heating, the underfloor must allow the heat to penetrate easily. This means that the thermal resistance must be as low as possible. There are maximum requirements for the combination of subfloor and floor covering.