In addition to providing our customers with quality conventional screed mixes, the team here at Concrete Supply UK is also experienced in providing people in a range of industries with exceptional liquid screed.
Liquid screed is an innovative and reliable screed variation that can be easily poured and is suitable for a whole host of projects.
Unlike classic screed which is made from a combination of cement and sand, liquid screed is a thick liquid combination that is easily poured directly from mixing trucks into the area where it needs to be used. While this direct pouring technique can make the process far easier, sometimes areas of your site might be hard to reach. In these instances, we can additionally provide you with a leading pump hire service that can get your screed where it needs to be in a swift and efficient manner.
Minimising disruption and making every aspect of our service as seamless as possible is a commitment of our team, and we always ensure to take a customer-centric approach with each and every client we work with.
With this in mind, we will also tailor liquid screed specifically to your needs. No matter the size, shape or unique specifications of your project, we will always provide you with exactly what you need.
What are the differences between screed and liquid screed?
Liquid screed, sometimes also referred to as flow screed, is a material that is being increasingly used in the construction of flooring applications. Depending on the requirements of the project, liquid screed may be preferred to traditional screed so let’s take a look at some of the main distinctions between the two:
- Composition – Liquid screed is a self-levelling compound that is composed of a blend of fine aggregates like sand and a liquid binder. This creates a smoother more fluid consistency compared to a traditional screed that is normally a mixture of sand, cement and water.
- Application method – When being used, liquid screed is poured directly onto the floor from mixing trucks. It is self-levelling meaning it spreads and levels itself, therefore providing an even and smooth finish without the need for manual levelling. In contrast, traditional screed is mechanically applied to the floor.
- Thickness – Liquid screed is applied in thinner layers to conventional screed, and it tends to range from 20mm-40mm. The self-levelling ability allows it to spread evenly to achieve the desired thickness.
Leading liquid screed suppliers
If you require a leading screed company to supply you with quality liquid screed to assist your project, look no further than Concrete Supply UK.
For more than 10 years, we’ve supported property developers, house builders, civil engineers and more by providing them with a whole host of building materials for projects across the country.
When you call upon our services we’ll always take a bespoke approach, tailoring liquid screed specifically to your needs. To ensure satisfaction, we’ll even provide you with a dedicated account manager to guide you through the process.
To discuss your requirements with our friendly and knowledgeable team, get in touch with our team today.