Screed

No matter the amount of Screed you need we’re able to assist. For more information or to place an order, simply contact us today.

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Screed

Screed is a common building material that is primarily used when manufacturing concrete floors to create a smooth and consistent finish. 

It’s usually put in place before the final flooring application is installed, but due to its excellent versatility, it can also be left exposed to provide an industrial finish that is suitable for a range of environments. 

Typically, screed is made up of one part cement to three-five parts sand and it can be designed to provide various thickness levels depending on the requirements of the job. Screed can even go in between conventional concrete mixes to help even out a floor, and it’s often an essential requirement when constructing a new floor.

While sometimes people opt not to use screed, in these instances floors can become bumpy or uneven so we’d always recommend considering floor screed. 

Whether you need liquid screed, bonded, unbonded or floating screed options, Concrete Supply UK is here to help. For more than a decade we’ve helped put people in a whole host of industries in touch with quality screed products that will get the job done and deliver stunning results. 

Not only will we ensure you receive your screed in a timely and efficient manner, but we’ll also make sure the mix is formulated specifically to your needs and provides the performance you require.   

      

Benefits Of Using Screed 

Screed refers to a thin, flat layer of material that is applied to the surface of a floor. It plays a vital role in construction and is commonly used in the preparation of floors prior to the final flooring material being installed. Some of the benefits of using concrete floor screed include:

  • Levelling and smoothing – Screed helps to create a level and smooth surface on which the final flooring material can be placed. This is important when looking to achieve a professional finish and ensuring the proper installation of tiles, wood or other coverings. 
  • Surface regularity – Screed helps to achieve a consistent and uniform surface which is essential for preventing irregularities and bumps on the final flooring. A level surface is aesthetically pleasing and contributes to the overall quality of the project. 
  • Load distribution – Using screed can help to distribute the load evenly across the floor. This will provide structural support and prevent stress points. This is crucial for the long-term durability and stability of the building.   

 

Leading Screed Suppliers 

If you require quality concrete floor screed for your next construction or building project, Concrete Supply UK is here to help. 

For many years, we’ve worked alongside construction clients in a wide range of industries ensuring they receive the right screed projects to get the job done. This includes property developers, house builders, civil engineers and much much more. 

Putting you in touch with local supply chains and managing deliveries so you only need to focus on the job at hand. As well as guaranteeing the quality of the product, we’ll also make sure you are provided with the right amount of screed so you never need to worry about over-ordering or not ordering enough. 

For more information or to place an order of quality floor screed, contact the expert team at Concrete Supply UK today. 

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