How Flowing Screed is Revolutionising Floor Construction in the UK
The construction industry in the UK is in a constant search for new technologies. As the demand for affordability and sustainability grows, there’s also a growing need for more sustainable construction systems in the market. Floor Screeding is one of the major components of any construction project, and a lot of innovations have focused on developing affordable and sustainable floor installation. Top among these new technologies is the flowing screed.
About Flowing Screed
For a long time flooring, screeding contractors have relied on traditional sand and cement screeds in floor construction. While this floor screeding system remains popular in the market, it is labour intensive, costly, and unsustainable. This is where anhydrite flowing screeds come into the picture.
Flooring screeding contractors will also like the fact that this new floor screeding system is affordable and requires fewer hands to install. There’s no use of polythene sheeting because these floor screeds are self-curing and can withstand foot traffic within 24-48 hours of installation. There’s also less risk of shrinkage leading to a level floor ready for any type of finish.
For property owners who want to install under floor heating, anhydrite flowing screeds have impeccable conductivity making them the perfect choice for this project. This new floor screed system also offers high compressive and flexural strength for a durable floor on both residential and commercial properties.
Liquid floor screeds accommodate any building specification requirements including bonded/unbounded/floating floor leveling, high point loading solutions and of course under floor heating. The liquid nature of anhydrite flowing screed makes it easy to take whatever shape a contractor requires whilst filling all gaps and voids on the surface.
For all your flowing screed needs, get in touch with us today. At UK Screeds Ltd we are the leading floor screed suppliers in the UK, and we guarantee to exceed your expectations.