Liquid screed floor preparation guide

Our underfloor heating systems are developed in a way which is maintenance free/low maintenance. Once our systems have been installed it can be ran by itself. Any additional maintenance works that are needed will be undertaken above ground at the manifold boiler position with minimal disruption.

Preparing for installation

  1. Weathertight – The building ist be made weathertight i.e the roof and external openings must be fitted with final fixtures or clear polythene.

  2. Exposed edges – You must add temporary formwork to the exposed edges (e.g. door openings or level changes).

  3. Clean – Make sure you clean the area ensuring that no dust or debris is hanging about.

  4. Underfloor heating – We recommend using polythene to separate the membrane, all heating piped should be securely in place and warm water systems should be filled prior to the application of the screed to reduce risks of pipes floating when pouring the screed.

  5. Insulation – All high/low areas must be removed from the sub-base and that insulation boards are laid flat down.

Central Flow Screed always work to leave businesses with the highest of standard finishes, to ensure that they will not be disappointed. No matter the work load or size of the project, we operate as professional liquid screed suppliers to cater to all areas in the UK.

As Central Flow are liquid screed suppliers, being an eco-friendly business is one of our core values; therefore, ensuring we can keep our carbon footprint to a minimum is key. We have a large amount of material that is manufactured by using recycled materials.

Central Flow have over 10 years’ experience as suppliers, so, choosing Central Flow as one of your liquid screed suppliers would be extremely valuable for your projects, as we are highly trained professionals that can take care of all your needs, no matter how specific or unique the job request may be, we’ve got you covered.

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