About Concrete Screed…
Concrete screed is the traditional method of floor screeding, which uses a concrete and sand mix to provide a relatively dry material which is then laid on to the concrete base of the building. It is usually mixed by hand then trowelled and smoothed to give you a clean finish. Concrete screed is an important part of the building or renovating process. The original concrete base of a building It provides a level base for the final flooring to be laid and so makes it easier for you to get a sleek and professional finish. Concrete screed is also used in locations where drainage is needed and the floor needs to dip to a drainage point.
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Concrete screed requires a curing time to give it its integral strength. This is usually done over a few days, but when this is complete, your screed is then ready to lay your final flooring. Concrete screed is usually laid at a minimum of 40mm, but this can vary with project type, so it’s best to ask our Screed Floor team for guidance.
If you would like further information about our concrete screed, or any other of our screed floor options then please get in touch. We have a dedicated team of floor screeders who have completed projects of all shapes and sizes. Concrete Screed has been the dominant force in floor screed for the past 50 years and is particularly popular in commercial builds. Our team here at Screed Floor ltd can advise you on the best concrete screed for your particular requirements.