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Choosing the Right Floor Screed

Liquid Screed Flooring

Liquid screed flooring (flowing screed) is a pumpable floor screeding solution which provides a smooth and quick-drying surface. (Ideal for floors with underfloor heating systems installed)

Sand and Cement Screed Straight Edge Levelling

Sand & Cement Screed

A robust mix of sharp sand, cement, and minimal water, this traditional method creates a sturdy and durable base for various floor finishes. Suitable for all applications – bonded, unbonded and floating screed.

Self-Levelling Guide

Self-Levelling Compounds

A versatile compound that smooths and levels uneven surfaces, prepping them for final flooring installations.


Isocrete K-Screed by Flowcrete

At Screedfast, we are proud to be licensed by Flowcrete to install Isocrete K-Screed Products.

Self-Compacting Concrete

Self-Compacting Concrete

We are proficient in installing self-compacting concrete (SCC) products, as part of our floor screeding services.


TLA – Pourable Insulation

We also provide TLA (thermal lightweight aggregates) as part of our floor screeding services.


We Offer a Wide Array of Floor Screeding Solutions

Are you looking for a floor screeding contractor that can do it all? Well you’ve come to the right place! We offer a wide array of floor screeding solutions which include liquid screed, sand and cement screed, self-levelling compounds, self-compacting concrete and more!

Our floor screed services cover mainly London and the surrounding home counties, working with large commercial contracts and residential clients. Whether you’re renovating your home or building a large shopping center, no project is too big or too small with us!

If you’re looking for anything specific, please do not hesitate to contact us at, we are always happy to help!

Cemfloor Liquid Screed


Bonded screed

Bonded Screed

With bonded screed, the screed layer is fully bonded to the substrate using a bonding agent or a primer. It is most commonly used in areas that will experience heavy loading. 25mm-40mm – can go up to 200mm.

Unbonded screed

Unbonded Screed

Unbonded screed is when the screed layer is not bonded to the base, but instead it is applied to a Damp-Proof Membrane (DPM) or polythene, separating the screed from the concrete. 50mm-70mm – can go up to 200mm.

Floating screed

Floating Screed (With Insulation)

Floating is screed is most commonly used in residential properties as the screed is applied on top of a layer of thermal/acoustic insulation. The insulation is usually applied on to the DPM. Minimum thickness 75mm and 65mm is acceptable for domestic housing.

Floating screed

Floating Screed (With Underfloor Heating)

Another common type of floating screed is floating screed with underfloor heating, where the screed is applied above a layer of underfloor heating.


What is Screed?

Screed is a mixture of sharp sand, cement and water which can either be bonded, unbonded or floating. For a more in-depth guide to what floor screeding is, check out our blog on everything you need to know about screed.

What is the Purpose of Floor Screeding?

Floor screeding is an essential for most construction projects, if you’re looking to have a final floor finish then you will need to screed to give it a smooth and level surface.

What Happens if you don’t Screed?

Failing to apply a layer of floor screed can result in an uneven final floor finish. This is particularly concerning with tiles, as they can crack under foot traffic, leading to expensive repairs.

Can you do Floor Screeding Yourself?

Applying a layer of floor screeding yourself can be extremely challenging if you have no prior experience or the correct tools. While it is possible, any mistakes made can cause uneveness or damages to the final floor finish, which is why we suggest to hire professionals to carry out the works. Check out this guide on how to apply self-levelling compounds yourself.

How much does Screed Cost?

The cost of floor screed varies depending on the type of screed being used and the thickness. Here’s what determines the cost of screed in 2023:

Thickness: The type of screed you use will be determined on how thick or thin you need it to be. The thicker the screed the greater the price will be.

Area: If you’re covering a large area with screed then this will increase the price.

Location: Your location within the country can influence the price, primarily due to travel expenses.

In addition, please feel free to try out our Screed Calculator to figure out how much screed roughly costs per meter square (m2).

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Are you looking for floor screeding services? We provide an extensive array of flooring solutions, which include screed, tiling, and underfloor heating services. Feel free to get in touch with us anytime!