What should be the construction of the floor without insulation in the house of aerated concrete?

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Seasonal house, May-October, house itself made of aerated concrete block, electric convectors for heating. The floor needs to be replaced, as the old one is rotten.

I would like to do so – on the sand to put reinforced film to prevent excessive moisture from the floor, then lay treated antiseptic, on top of lay vapor barrier to eliminate dust and a draft, then board edging, with further processing of stains or oil! Vapor barrier of solid material on the joists and immediate board edging, without gaps as in insulation.

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Your idea seems viable, but you've forgotten the most important thing: the air vents on the diagonals. Without ventilation everything is doomed. The lower the floors to the ground, the more intense the ventilation should be.

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