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Liquid Screed suitable for all types of construction

February 27, 2019

Here at Central Flow Screed and Underfloor Heating we have well acquired experience and knowledge allowing our team to provide liquid screed services designed to meet specific customer requirements. We can therefore offer liquid screed under all types of construction.

 

If you’re trying to get the most out of your underfloor heating system then liquid screed is perfect for the job. Due to the flowability of liquid screed pipework can be easy enclosed helping remove all air bubbles and gaps. This ensures that heat conductivity is improved throughout your floor. This will help save energy within your property and could save money on your heating bills.

 

If you don’t have underfloor heating installed, then liquid screed is still a top choice for internal flooring when compared to more traditional methods and as its self-levelling, it’s quicker to dry over other sand and cement based screeds.

 

More about liquid screed

 

Our liquid screed is designed to withstand the most vigorous conditions whilst looking smooth and delicate, providing outstanding results. Our screed includes a fine combination of cement, sand, limestone, dust and water. Our screeds also consist of anti-crack fibres and anti-shrink agent which helps improve the strength and resistance.

 

Is Liquid Screed right for me?

 

Liquid screed has rapidly overtaken other tradition screeds as the first choice for internal concrete flooring. This is due to its practicality of self-levelling which results in a smooth and even finish resisting cracking and shrinkage. Whether your floor is based in a modern build or in an older property we can provide the perfect surface finish for your situation.

 

As approved contractors with the major screed suppliers we provide nationwide coverage and have over 15 years specific industry experience. 

 

If you have any further questions or enquiries, please contact out specialists today!

 

 

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