The Church of St Michael Archangel in Salgareda, near Treviso, was built starting in 1922, designed by engineer Giovan Battista Schiratti and architects Alberto Alpago Novello and Ottavio Cabiati.
Corinthian capitals, a Classical style and interior frescoes reminiscent of Pre-Raphaelite art characterise this historic building, which is subject to strict architectural restrictions because it is protected by the Superintendency and the Curia.
Never as in this case has the efficiency offered by our technology married the essential need to leave the status of the church completely unaltered.
What the client expressly requested was a comfortable system for the faithful, but also one with low energy consumption and low thermal inertia, in order to ensure that the system would be up and running quickly.
Following the appropriate inspections, the perfect solution to meet the customer's requirements immediately turned out to be the E-Dry EVO system, a dry underfloor heating system with low thermal inertia. The thickness of E-Dry EVO is only 34 mm including both the panel and the load distribution unit laid in place of the screed.
The installation, which was completed in just a few days by our installation team, was concealed within a removable wooden platform, characterised by an aesthetic perfectly integrated into the style of the sacred place, which made it possible to preserve the original floor.