With cities like Bedfordshire, Cornwall, Sussex, Kent, and London under our belt, our trail of satisfied clients now points towards Northamptonshire.
At Liquid Screed Ltd., we favour flooring screed over Gyvlon (a catch-all term for anhydrite flowing screed), and traditional screed (which is sand and cement screed). We’re the best flooring screed contractors and offer you the most cost-effective floor preparation services in England.
Liquid Instead Of Traditional Screed
Flooring screed is an easy material to work with. It’s easier to lay than the traditional screed that many builders use. Let’s take a look at the benefits that flowing screeds have to offer.
Thanks to the ease of laying the screed, we can be in and out of the build in an hour or so, depending on the size of the property. It takes about 48 hours to dry, after which you can use it however you wish.
If your build calls for underfloor heating, liquid screeds would be the safest and most effective way to go. Once you choose flow screed for your floors, you’ll see a drop in your energy bills, and your carbon footprint will also shrink considerably. This is thanks to its incredible heat conducting properties.
What Does Choosing Liquid Screeds Entail?
Over the last few years, screed thickness for flowing screed has diminished greatly, which means that less screed is required for the same surface area. At Liquid Screed Ltd., we use an optimal amount of material. This, combined with our rapid application procedure, results in you spending less money on flooring. Liquid screed has also eliminated the need for a leveling compound and floor sanding machines, as it levels itself.
Our cost-cutting measures even extend to the process of removing excess screed. We’ve replaced intensive manual labour with power screed, enabling us to provide you with our efficient services at even lower costs.
We Are Here To Talk
Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you are thinking about building in Northamptonshire. We’re always happy to help a customer understand why their flooring woes would disappear with one simple choice—liquid screed.