The Basics of Liquid Floor Screed

The type of floor in your home has a massive effect on the building process and final result, make sure you’re aware of the type of screed that is used and its advantages and disadvantages. Traditional sand/cement screed is laid semi-dry, either mixed on site or delivered from a factory whereas liquid or flowing screeds are delivered in a truck mixer and pumped into the development, there are two categories; anhydrite based, and cement based. Installation time: The installation of a liquid floor screed is much lower because it is a less labour-intensive compared to a traditional applied screed. Liquid screeds are pumped and simply ‘dappled’ from an upright stance because they are much faster

How to Prepare your Flooring for Liquid Screed

Our liquid screed flooring is designed to withstand the most testing conditions and is ideal for people who are looking to utilise their underfloor heating or save on energy bills. The combination of materials which we use ensures that you are left with the highest quality concrete flooring and long-lasting results that come with a whole range of benefits. However, all of these benefits relies on you undertaking the right preparation work before we start the liquid screed process. How to prepare: Remove any debris from the sub floor. Put in insulation in 2 layers and use dried sand to fill the void around pipes, this will make sure that this is level before installing the second layer of ins

Our Essential Guide to Warming Up your Home

As it is starting to get colders, nothing will beat the luxury of a warm floor first thing in the morning! Underfloor heating (UFH) is energy efficient, convenient, frees up wall space and can add value to your home. Worried about the installation? You don't need to, the process is a lot easier than you might think. Why choose underfloor heating? If you ask anyone who has underfloor heating in their home they will say that they'd be lost without it! With underfloor heating there is no need for radiators, freeing up valuable wall space in your home. With more space you will be able to install extra kitchen units storage, sofa or even a doorway. Underfloor heating is also very cost-effective,

Pros and Cons of Underfloor Heating

If you’re looking to keep your home warm, then underfloor heating is a great way to do this! It distributes heat evenly around your room, lovely to walk on and frees your walls from radiators making more room for storage. However, if you own an older house then it can be more costly to install so you might want to considers the pros and cons of underfloor heating. Pros: One of the main advantages of underfloor heating is comfort! It keeps your feet lovely and warm allowing you to walk around barefoot all year round. This helps most in the bathroom when you step out of the bath or shower. Heat will be distributed evenly and consistently around each room. You can purchase a sized unit that is

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