Tag: Liquid Floor Compound

For many years it has been the case that, when creating a floor, it has first been necessary to ensure that the subfloor is as level as it can possibly be, and traditionally this has been done by adding a layer of screed on to the concrete. A concrete substrate is never going to be level enough to lay tiles directly, and it is not advisable to lay other final flooring surfaces without first adding a screed, although there is no regulation which says that you have to have one. However, if you don’t, there is a risk that the final flooring, especially if it is tile, could become damaged or cracked simply because the substrate is not flat.

laurence August 27, 2020 0 Comments

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