Beach House - Bracklesham Bay

Working method

A absolutely stunning beach house located in Bracklesham Bay, literally built upon the beach. Bracklesham Bay is a coastal bay on the west side of the Manhood Peninsula in West Sussex, England. The bay looks out onto the English Channel and the Isle of Wight is visible from the beach, as is the Nab Tower lighthouse and the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth. JK’s in-ground UFH ™ is installed into the entire ground floor, covering about 100 square metres, and used as primary heat source. The subfloor construction is a concrete slab with 30 [mm] of Ardex 38 screed on top where the underfloor heating system is grind and laid into | a Zero builtup eco friendly water UFH solution. A resin floor is applied as high quality floor finish.

‘The subfloor construction is a concrete slab with 25-30 [mm] of Ardex 38 screed on top where JKs underfloor heating system is grind and laid into; zero built-up!’