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Screed over Cement for your underfloor heating?

April 18, 2018

Liquid screed is the new alternative to traditional cement and sand screed. It is especially designed to provide a smooth surface in both domestic and commercial buildings, before the applying floor covering. Liquid screed has also become the proffered method to use when applying under floor heating.

 

In order to gain a smooth level surface, it’s important to note that liquid screed plays an integral role. If you directly lay your new floor onto concrete, the results will most likely be uneven with imperfections.

 

Liquid screed can cover a 100-metre square area within forty-five minutes, making this process quicker and more effective than conventional screed. Our highly skilled team of experienced flooring screed contractors will ensure that our operation is quick, smooth and efficient. Central Flow Screed & Underfloor heating are one of the UK’s leading installers of liquid floor and flowing screeds and are based in the West Midlands.

 

A great benefit of using liquid screed is its exceptional drying speed. Once the screed has been finished laying, you can walk on it within 24 – 48 hours and can even begin the process of installing new flooring.

 

When compared to cement and sand, we provide a range of liquid screed that provides a higher quality floor that’s smooth, level and cost-effective. Through using our screeding services, we can ensure you that the final flooring with be cut and crack free.

 

Based in the West Midlands, Central Flow Screed is one of the UK’s leading installers of liquid floor and flowing screeds. As approved contractors with the major screed suppliers we provide nationwide coverage and have over 15 years’ specific industry experience. 

 

Contact us today on: 01527 337023  //  louise@centralflowscreedufh.co.uk

 

 

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