Floor Screeding Frodsham Cheshire (WA6): If you are hoping to install under floor heating, have an uneven or damaged floor or are renovating a property or cellar in your Frodsham home, it is a good time to think about bringing in a professional floor screeder. Floor screeding provides a smooth finish to a rough sub-base, and allows you to lay your final layer of flooring material, (carpets, tiles, boards etc) over the top of it. Floor screeding can provide a durable, quality finish for almost any room.
FLOOR SCREEDING EXPERTS FRODSHAM
Whatever size or shape of room or area you're remodeling, a local floor screeding company in Frodsham will provide you with the expertise and proper working methods to establish a perfect base for your flooring. They'll be ready to advise you on the right sort of screed that your project requires, and the best methods for applying and installing it.
They will likewise assess if a structural engineer is needed to ensure any load bearing, flex strength and point loadings are met as laid down in construction and building regulations.
The training and skills that a qualified screeding contractor brings to your project should guarantee a high quality result and help in prolonging the life of your floor. A correct mixture of screed and the way it is laid is also vital to guarantee the final quality of your floor.
Make certain that you get two or three quotes for your Frodsham screeding project and also ask to what standard you're getting a quote. The quotation might be based on what is known as the SR, or Surface Regularity figure. Each of the three SR levels provide different standards of finish, with SR1 offering the highest, with the lowest amount of deviation over the area of the floor. Any errors in the screeding can cause issues with laying flooring owing to flat spots, indentations, ridges in the floor surface.
British Standards BS8204 lays down the guidelines and regulations that all Frodsham screeding installers must follow, and if working with specialist screeding solutions, (Cemfloor, Gypsol, Flowcrete etc), they should be approved by the manufacturers as being skilled and trained in their use. A company holding accreditations demonstrates that they've been assessed and trained in the use of these products and can offer a high quality standard in all aspects of their installation.
Frodsham commercial screeders may be involved in the screeding of floors in shopping centres, salons, schools, warehouses, factories and hospitals.
TYPES OF SCREED
Standard Screeds - A mixture of sand and cement which is ideal for normal domestic use. This mix comprises a 5:1 ratio of sand to cement. The standard flooring screed will dry at a rate of 1mm thickness per day.
Fast Drying and Advanced Drying Screeds - If there's a need to use the floor as quickly as possible a fast drying screed can be employed. The vast majority of the fast drying screeds are fibre reinforced and are perfect for a wide range of flooring projects where the faster drying rate of three to seven millimetres is a welcome advantage.
Liquid or Self-Levelling Screeds - When a high standard of finish is required this compound of cement and latex is employed to achieve SR1 level screed flooring. It is primarily needed to provide a smooth, clean floor over the top of a poor quality or damaged substrate and results in a surface onto which all types of flooring materials can be laid. They can be as little as 1mm thick, and due to the latex polymers, will still provide a high strength finish.
Industrial and Heavy Duty Screed - Designed for maximum durability and strength in places where traffic is high or heavy loading on the floor base is needed.
Polymer Screeds - Provides a high level of strength with a lower thickness. Maker's guidelines for curing times differ across the various product ranges.
Fibre Reinforced Screed - The expert's choice for residential use over the top of underfloor heating. The fibres in this screed mix improve it's strength and durability whilst also protecting against thermal shrinkage and cracking. The screed will dry out at a rate of 1mm/day.
SCREEDING PREPARATION AND INSTALLATION
Good preparation is vital for a top quality screed surface that will be durable and hard wearing. It is crucial that all contaminants such as paint, grease, debris or oil is eradicated from the base before laying any screed, as these can affect the bonding process that a quality screed demands.
If any cleaning products are used during this stage it is important to make sure that no residues of soaps, detergents or other cleaning products are left on the floor surface and it is allowed to dry out naturally. It's vital to mend any cracks in the surface to avoid them being reflected and "travelling" up into the newly screeded floor. An on-site survey will allow the screeding installer to take note of these preparation areas and finish them before beginning to pour the screeding.
To protect the flooring materials and screed layer from dampness rising up from the ground, a DPM (damp proof membrane) will have to be laid. The damp proof membrane is made out of thick polythene sheet and various layers may be used to serve as a moisture barrier for the screeding.
A supplementary airtight barrier could be required if your home is in a location that's regarded as susceptible to radon. If radon gas occurs in large amounts then a complete ventilation system might be needed underneath the layer of screed which will remove any gases that could seep in from the ground.
Once these steps have been taken the screeding company will put on a sealant or primer to the prepared floor base. A primer assists in the screed bonding correctly to the base and membranes and different varieties exist according to which kind of screed is being applied. Equipment such as airless sprays are used to apply a primer or sealant, which should be done by professional screeding companies in Frodsham following the manufacturer's guidelines and safety advice.
Under floor heating can now be laid out, installed and checked before screeding is applied. The heating pipes and wires are securely attached to insulation panels to prevent any movement and ensure they're held in the correct position. Underfloor heating is one of the most efficient ways to heat a room and a properly installed system should deliver even level of warmth in all areas of the floor.
Of course, if you aren't fitting under floor heating, you can just skip this step and get on with applying the screeding. Your screeding specialist will have given you advice and guidance on which kind of screed is suitable for your requirements, in line with your proposed use of the room. Remember that even quick drying screeds have a minimum of 24 hours before you're able to walk on any screeded surface and at least 3 days before any floor coverings can be fitted. Manufacturer's drying instructions for heavy duty and standard screeds should be followed in order to achieve a quality finish and end up with a stable and long lasting surface.
You can check the SR standard of the completed screed as soon as it's hard enough for walking on. Through the use of a 2m straight-edge the floor surface is examined for any deviations, ridges and dips in the screed surface.
- SR1 - Disparities of 3mm or less being measured across the whole area shows your screed floor to be of the finest quality and categorised as SR1.
- SR2 - The normal standard flooring in commercial and industrial builds is classed as SR2 and has a maximum possible deviation of 5mm across the whole screeded surface.
- SR3 - SR3 is basic utility standard where a quality finish isn't necessary. This level can have a maximum permissible deviation of ten millimetres.
If your screed has been laid with specific load bearing requirements in mind then a structural engineer is going to be necessary to conduct tests. The assessment will ensure your newly laid screed surface is suitable for the load point requirements laid out in the site survey. An assessment called the drop hammer test will be performed at several areas on the screed layer and the results recorded. The precise testing and measurement tools involved mean that this can only be conducted by a certified structural engineer obeying the guidelines of BS8204. (Tags: Screeding Frodsham, Floor Screed Frodsham, Floor Screeding Services Frodsham, Floor Screeding Frodsham).
Floor screeding services are available in Frodsham and also nearby in: Runcorn, Sutton Weaver, Kingsley, Avanley, Weston Point, Weston, Warrington, Manley, Brookvale, Elton, Overton, Netherton, Kingswood, Bradley, Helsby, Palacefields, Beechwood, Halton, and in these postcodes WA6 6BW, WA6 6ER, WA6 6DU, WA6 6SX, WA6 6RU, WA6 6DW, WA6 6RA, WA6 6EP, WA6 6AS, WA6 6PS. Locally based Frodsham floor screeders will most likely have the postcode WA6 and the telephone dialling code 01928. Simply click the "quote" banner to get specifics of screeding services in your area.
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