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LIQUID SCREED

We Specialize in the Application of Liquid Floor Screeding

Flowing screeds, often referred to as liquid screeds, are commonly applied over underfloor heating systems because they offer better heat transference. The growing preference for liquid screed over traditional screed stems from its rapid application over large areas. To apply this type of screed, a liquid screed pump is necessary. At Screedfast we can provide this service for residential and large commercial clients, covering mainly London and the neighbouring home counties.

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LIQUID SCREED GALLERY

COMMON TYPES OF LIQUID SCREED WE USE

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Gyvlon Screed

Gyvlon screed is a much more environmentally & efficient alternative to sand & cement traditional screed. It is a type of liquid screed which requires less labour. It’s also great for underfloor heating as it provides a higher thermal conductivity.

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Gypsol Screed

Gypsol Screed is a self-compacting and fast-drying liquid screed which is sustainable. Gypsol screed also requires less labour, making it a cost-effective solution for your flooring.

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Cemfloor Screed

Cemfloor is a quick-drying, self-compacting cementitious liquid screed. It has been thoroughly tested to ensure it pairs well with all types of floor finishes

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is Liquid Screed?

Liquid screed has surpassed traditional sand and cement screed in popularity and has now become the common floor screeding product for construction sites. Liquid screed is a thick mixture which is poured directly from a mixing truck and is applied to the desired area using our Putzmeister liquid screed pump.

Liquid Screed vs Traditional Screed?

Liquid screed is stronger and thinner than the traditional sand and cement screed. It also requires much less time to pour a large area, making it the more efficient choice. However there are also disadvantages to liquid screed over traditional screed. Unlike sand and cement screed, liquid screed cannot form falls or ramps as it flows to one level, it can also be more expensive than sand and cement screed. Have a read of our detailed guide on why liquid screed may be the better choice for you over traditional sand and cement screed.

How Long does Liquid Screed take to Dry?

One of the advantages of liquid screed is that it can dry in just 24-48 hours, unlike traditional screed which can take up to multiple days before being suitable for foot traffic. One of the reasons for this is because liquid screed has a thinner application to sand and cement screed.

What is the Difference Between Liquid Screed and Concrete?

Both liquid screed and concrete are commonly used in construction, yet they have distinct characteristics. While they both comprise cement, aggregates, and water, the type of aggregate differentiates them. Concrete incorporates coarser particles to enhance its strength, whereas screed uses finer granules, ensuring a smooth finish suitable for laying floors. Cost-wise, screed typically comes with a higher price tag compared to both concrete and mortar.

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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!