Liquid Floor Screed: Drying Times

Central Flow Screed are based in the West Midlands and are one of the UK’s leading installers of liquid floor and flowing screed. We provide nationwide coverage and have over 15 years of specific industry experience. Similar to other screeds it’s important to ensure good drying condition are provided. Adequate protection from rapid drying or draughts should be provided for the first 48-72 hours. The relative humidity of the building should be low as this will allow moisture to be released from the screed and facilitate drying. If these conditions are not provided, you’ll expect prolonged drying times and which could cause delays in the construction schedule. The best drying conditions would

The Advantages of Liquid Screed

Liquid floor screed is designed for screed insulations for new flooring inside a newly built or refurbished building. This is ideal for commercial and domestic use and allows for an alternative to the traditional concrete, helping provide a smooth and even surface before the floor has even had a finish applied. This can be used with or without underfloor heating and can be un-bonded, bonded or floated. Liquid screed is great due to its easy application. It’s designed to give a smooth even surface and doesn’t take long to dry. Due to its quick drying properties and easy application, this product created popular attraction for homeowners. The screed can be pumped out from a concrete pump witho

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