Floor Screeding Motherwell

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Floor Screeding Motherwell Scotland (ML1): When you are restoring your Motherwell property with uneven or damaged floors, or maybe converting a basement or cellar into a useful living space, an established floor screeding specialist can offer you a good starting point. Floor screeding provides a smooth finish to a coarse sub-base, and enables you to lay a suitable flooring material, (boards, tiles, carpets etc) over the top of it. The screeding is an important procedure to guarantee a durable and quality finish to the entire floor structure.

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It does not matter how big or small the room is that you require to be levelled, a competent screeding specialist in Motherwell will have the essential equipment, skills and know-how to offer you a superb level of service. They will be able to assess the project and figure out the correct sort of screed you need and the best technique for applying it.

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A professional screeding contractor will also inform you if a structural engineer is required for your project, in order to check on any load requirements, flex strength and point loadings that your screed floor might need to conform with current building regulations and British Standards.

The skills and training that a screeding specialist brings to your project should guarantee a high quality end result and help to extend the lifespan of your floor or floors. The correct mix of screed and the way it is laid is also important to guarantee the final durability of your floor surface.

There are many screeding contractors in and around Motherwell so make sure you get multiple estimates for your project before selecting a company and know to what standard of finish it's for. The Surface Regularity (SR) finish is the number to look for when studying an estimate from Motherwell floor screeding contractors. SR2 and SR3 may be less costly options, but the finished floor surface could have deviations and errors, whilst SR1 guarantees a pretty much perfect finish. An SR2 or SR3 level may mean there are flat spots or ridges that may cause problems when laying your final floor surface.

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Every Motherwell screeding company has to observe British Standards (BS8204) and should have accreditation from screeding material and equipment manufacturers, e.g. Cemfloor, Gypsol, Flowcrete. A contractor holding accreditations demonstrates they've been trained and assessed in using these screeding products and can provide a top notch service in all aspects of their installation.

Motherwell commercial screeders could be involved in screeding floors in factories, hospitals, shops, pubs, schools and warehouses.


Standard Screeds - A blend of cement and sand which is good for standard domestic usage. This mix uses a 5 to 1 ratio of sand to cement. This 5 to 1 ratio standard flooring screed will dry out at a rate of just one millimetre per day after laying.

Polymer Screeds - Provides an extremely high level of strength with a minimal thickness. Manufacturer's guidelines for setting times differ across the various product ranges.

Fibre Reinforced Screed - The first choice where underfloor heating is being installed in residential homes in Motherwell. This is due to the increased strength and protection against thermal shrinkage and cracking offered by the fibres within the screed. The screed will dry out at a rate of 1mm/day.

Industrial and Heavy Duty Screed - A screed designed for high load and heavy traffic areas where the maximum possible strength and durability is vital.

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Fast Drying and Advanced Drying Screeds - As the name suggest, this screed dries quickly and allows you to use the screeded area much sooner. These are generally a fibre reinforced screed which can dry out at a rate of between 3-7mm/day per day and are employed in time dependent projects.

Liquid or Self-Levelling Screeds - Used to produce the highest quality of finish, especially where SR1 levels are required, by a cement and latex compound. Mainly used to finish off a poor substrate level or damaged floor so as to lay a brand new flooring surface, like vinyl planks over it. Even with a depth of just one millimetre, the latex polymers within the mixture provide a high strength screed for a wide variety of uses.


Screeding companies will have to prepare all areas prior to any other work so as to guarantee a hard wearing and quality screed flooring. Any grease, debris, oil and paint on the existing floor surface can adversely affect the adhesion of the screed, and should be eradicated.

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If any cleaning products were used during this stage it's vital to make sure that no residues of soaps or detergents are left on the floor surface and it is permitted to dry out naturally. At this point any cracks should be mended since these can easily travel up through a newly laid screed and be visible in the completed surface. A competent Motherwell screeding specialist will pick up on these problems during the on-site survey and make sure that all preparations are completed before moving on to the next steps in the screeding process.

Before any screeding can be laid a damp proof membrane (DPM) must be installed to shield the screed and final flooring from moisture damage. Different gauges of special polythene might be used as a damp proof membrane and also act as a buffer for the screed and any insulation material.

An additional air-tight barrier may be needed if your building is in a location that is known to be susceptible to radon gas emissions. A simple air-tight membrane could be suitable in areas with low levels of radon, however in more severe situations there might need to be a more sophisticated extraction and ventilation system to remove any ground penetrating radon gases.

Once the floor base has been properly prepared and any membranes installed, a sealer or primer is then applied. A primer assists in the screed to bond successfully to the base and membranes and different varieties exist according to which screed type is being applied. Devices such as airless sprays are used to apply a sealant or primer, by qualified screeding contractors in Motherwell following the manufacturer's guidelines.

Underfloor heating can now be laid out, installed and checked before screeding is applied. The underfloor heating system will be carefully positioned and secured firmly to insulation panels to prevent any movement in the course of the screed installation process. When professionally installed an underfloor heating system is an effective way to warm up a room and good quality screed retains its heat, producing an even level of warmth across the floor.

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If you aren't putting in under floor heating the screed will now be prepared on site and laid. The specific requirements of the room will dictate the type of screeding used. For quick drying and advanced screeds there'll be at least twenty four hours delay before it is able to be walked on, and a further Three days minimum before you can install any flooring materials. If you are using heavy duty or standard screeds the setting time is longer and you must observe the manufacturer's guidelines so as to get the best finish for your floor.

You can test the SR standard of the completed screed once it's hard enough for walking on. The standard SR test involves the use of a 2m straight edge to check for any fluctuations in the screed surface.

  • SR1 - SR1 is the best specification and allows only 3 millimetres of disparity from the straight-edge.
  • SR2 - If the screeded floor has a deviation from the straight-edge of 5mm or less it is SR2 quality and is the normal standard for industrial and commercial projects.
  • SR3 - SR3 is utility standard where a perfect quality finish is not needed. This classification can have a maximum permissible deviation of 10 millimetres.

It might also be necessary for a structural engineer to perform a soundness test. This assessment will determine the strength of the screed and the suitability for its proposed use. An assessment called the "drop hammer test" is conducted at several areas on the screed layer and the results documented. The specialist measurement and testing tools required mean that this can only be carried out by a competent structural engineer heeding the guidelines of the British Standards BS8204. (Tags: Screeding Motherwell, Floor Screeding Services Motherwell, Floor Screed Motherwell, Floor Screeding Motherwell).

Floor screeding services are available in Motherwell and also in nearby places like: Bothwell, Blantyre, Cambuslang, Ferniegair, Uddingston, East Kilbride, Overtown, Birkenshaw, Wishaw, Carfin, Larkhall, Quarter, Cleland, Stonehouse, Hamilton, Holytown, Newmains, Allanton, Bellshill, and in these postcodes ML1 1UD, ML1 1EA, ML1, ML1 1PP, ML1 1DQ, ML1 1NT, ML1 1PN, ML1 1YE, ML1 1LB, ML1 1EX. Local Motherwell floor screeders will probably have the dialling code 01698 and the postcode ML1. Click the "quote" form or banner to get specifics of screeding services in your location.

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Tools Needed by a Floor Screeding Specialist

  • Knee Protection
  • Shovel
  • Gloves
  • Humidity Tester
  • Floor Profiler
  • A Long Spirit Level
  • Measure
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Float
  • Straight Edge
  • Trowel

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The latest Scotland floor screeding enquiries: Eoin and Arisha Stanton recently requested a price quote for screeding the whole ground floor of a cottage in Blairhall, Scotland. Wren Cunningham and Kane Cunningham recently enquired about screeding the floor of a lounge and kitchen in Johnstone, Scotland. Mr and Mrs Broadley recently enquired about the possibility of screeding a cellar floor in Carfin, Scotland. Mr and Mrs Pritchard recently asked for a quote for screeding over an old concrete floor in Rothes. Daniela Collard and Tadhg Collard recently enquired about getting a price for screeding a basement floor in Troon. Imaan and Hassan Holloway recently enquired about the possibility of screeding a utility room floor in a cottage in Doune, Scotland. Sunny Jenkins and Samira Jenkins recently enquired about getting a price for screeding the floor of a kitchen in Westhill. Kareem Armstrong recently enquired about screeding a workshop floor in Blantyre, Scotland.


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Floor screeders were recently requested by homeowners living in Gallacher Court, Cumbrae Drive, Laxford Way, Doon Street, Woodburn Street, Juno Street, Grange Street, Rowan Lane, Cobbleton Road, Tillanburn Road, Leslie Street, Roedeer Drive, Brandon Parade South, Earl View, Lascar Place, Brandon Arcade, Kenneth Road, Ivy Place, Thyme Square, Loanhead Road, Aster Gardens, Bernadette Crescent, Ardrain Avenue, Linksview Road, Valley View, Barrie Street, Glenburn Terrace, Grange Tower, Douglas Street, Sharp Street and these Motherwell postcodes: ML1 1UD, ML1 1EA, ML1, ML1 1PP, ML1 1DQ, ML1 1NT, ML1 1PN, ML1 1YE, ML1 1LB, ML1 1EX.

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