Floor Screeding Bletchley Buckinghamshire (MK3): If you are looking to install under floor heating, have an uneven or damaged floor or are renovating a property or cellar in your Bletchley home, then it is a good time to consider hiring a professional floor screeder. Floor screeding delivers a smooth, level finish to a rough sub-base, and allows you to lay your final layer of flooring material, (carpets, boards, tiles etc) over it. Floor screeding can provide a durable, quality floor surface for almost any room.
FLOOR SCREEDING CONTRACTORS BLETCHLEY
It does not matter how big or small the room you require to be levelled, an established screeding specialist in Bletchley will have the appropriate knowledge, equipment and skills to offer you a superb level of service. After assessing your project they will advise you about the optimal choice of screeding and which strategy for laying it is most appropriate for your situation.
They'll likewise assess if a structural engineer is required to make certain any load requirements, flex strength and point loadings are met in accordance with the building regulations.
Working with a qualified and skilled flooring specialist will guarantee you use the right form of screed for the room's proposed purpose to extend the lifetime of your flooring. Picking the appropriate screeding materials and the method of installation is vital if you want a quality and durable finish for your floor surface.
There are numerous screeding specialists in the Bletchley area so try to get multiple quotes for your floor screeding project before picking out a contractor and know to what standard of finish it's for. The SR (Surface Regularity) finish is the number to watch out for when receiving an estimate from Bletchley screeding companies. SR2 and SR3 will be more affordable options, although the floor screeding finish could have errors and deviations, whilst SR1 guarantees a perfect quality of finish. Any imperfections in the screeding can cause issues with laying flooring due to ridges, indentations, flat spots in the floor surface.
Every Bletchley screeding company has to follow British Standards (BS8204) and should have accreditation from screeding material and equipment manufacturers, e.g. Flowcrete, Cemfloor, Gypsol. A company holding accreditations shows they have been assessed and trained in using these screeding products and can offer a high standard of service in all aspects of their installation.
Commercial screeders in Bletchley will usually undertake screeding projects in restaurants, factories, shops, hospitals, schools and warehouses.
TYPES OF SCREED
Standard Screeds - This is ideal for basic residential usage and comprises a combination of cement and sand. The ratios involved in standard screeds are five parts sand to one part cement. The standard flooring screed will dry at a rate of one millimetre thickness each day.
Polymer Screeds - When a reduced thickness of floor is needed due to construction factors, a polymer screed provides an extremely high strength solution to this situation. Manufacturer's guidelines for curing times differ across the various product ranges.
Advanced Drying and Fast Drying Screeds - If there's a need to use the area in question at the earliest opportunity a fast drying screed may be used. These are normally a fibre reinforced kind of screed that dries out at a rate of between 3-7mm/day per day and are employed in time dependent projects.
Industrial and Heavy Duty Screed - Where levels of traffic are expected to be high or heavy loading on the floor is necessary, heavy duty screeds allow for maximum strength and durability.
Fibre Reinforced Screed - The expert's choice for residential use on top of under floor heating. The fibres in this screed mix enhance overall strength and durability whilst also protecting against thermal shrinkage and cracking. At around one millimetre per day, it has an identical curing rate to standard screed.
Liquid or Self-Levelling Screeds - Used to produce a high quality finish, especially where SR1 levels are necessary, by a cement and latex solution. It's largely used to produce a clean, smooth floor over the top of a poor quality or damaged substrate and enables all types of flooring materials to be used. These can be as little as one millimetre thick, and thanks to the latex polymers, will still provide high strength.
SCREEDING PREPARATION AND INSTALLATION
To make certain that the screeding is of a high quality finish that's hard wearing and durable, time must be spent on preparing the area prior to any screeding material being poured. Any grease, oil, paint and debris on the existing floor surface can affect the bonding of the screed, and must be eliminated.
If cleaning products were used it's essential to remove any residues of soap, detergent etc, and allow the floor surface to dry naturally. If screeding over a stone or cement floor all cracks should be repaired to stop them from "travelling" through your screed layer and causing deviations on the finished floor surface. A site survey will enable the screeding company to highlight this preparation work and complete it before commencing to pour the screeding.
A DPM (damp proof membrane) will be put down once the preparation work has been done to stop ground dampness affecting the screeding and floor materials. The DPM is made of thick polythene sheet and various layers may be used to act as a moisture barrier for the screeding.
A further airtight barrier might be necessary if your house is in an area which is regarded as prone to radon. If radon gas occurs in large amounts then a complete ventilation and extraction system may be installed under the layer of screed which will remove any gases that could seep in from ground level.
Once the base has been properly prepared and any DPMs installed, a primer or sealer is then put on. Primers help with the bonding process and are special applications matched to the kind of screed that is being applied. Devices such as airless sprays are used to apply a sealant or primer, which should be done by qualified screeding contractors in Bletchley following the manufacturer's guidelines.
Before the screeding can be laid, any under floor heating (if required) will now set out and installed. Insulation panels can be laid out and the cables and heating pipes will be securely attached to prevent any movement whilst the screed is being applied. Warmth is spread evenly across the floor in a skillfully installed underfloor heating system, and along with it being an effective choice of heating, it's a great choice for the majority of Bletchley renovation projects.
If you are not putting in under floor heating the screed will now be mixed and prepared in situ and laid. The particular requirements of the room will dictate the kind of screeding that is used. Don't forget that even quick drying and advanced screeds have a minimum of twenty four hours before you can walk over any screeded surface and a minimum seventy two hours before any flooring can be fitted. If you are using heavy duty or standard screeds the setting time is increased and the manufacturer's guidelines must be followed so as to get the best possible finish for your floor.
Once the screed has solidified it can be quality checked to establish the SR level. The basic SR test uses a 2 mtr straight edge to check for any fluctuations in the screed surface.
- SR1 - SR1 is the highest specification and allows only 3mm of deviation from the straight-edge.
- SR2 - If the screed deviates from the straight edge by five millimetres or less it is SR2 level and is the normal standard for commercial and industrial floors.
- SR3 - For utility floors where the finish is comparatively unimportant the SR3 is the classification and should have a deviation measurement of 10 millimetres or less.
If your screed floor has been laid with specific loading in mind then a qualified structural engineer will be required to perform the tests. The testing will make sure that your newly laid screed surface is suitable for the load bearing requirements specified in the site survey. A "drop hammer test" will be performed on various areas of the screed and the outcomes documented. Only fully qualified structural engineers observing the British Standards BS8204 guidelines are allowed to perform such tests and sign off on the structural safety of a screed floor. (Tags: Floor Screed Bletchley, Floor Screeding Bletchley, Screeding Bletchley, Floor Screeding Services Bletchley).
Floor screeding services are available in Bletchley and also in: Whaddon, Tattenhoe, Water Eaton, Milton Keynes, Furzton, Little Brickhill, Fenny Stratford, Mursley, Emerson Valley, Newton Longville, Stoke Hammond, Beanhill, and in these postcodes MK1 9AS, MK1 1DF, MK1 1YL, MK1 9EL, MK17 9JJ, MK1 1WY, MK2 2AZ, MK1 1QU, MK1 9FR, MK1 9FJ. Local Bletchley floor screeders will probably have the postcode MK3 and the telephone dialling code 01908.
Buckinghamshire Screeding Enquiries
Recently posted Buckinghamshire floor screeding requirements: Tallulah Mcmanus and Samson Mcmanus recently asked for a quotation for screeding a floor and installing underfloor heating in Halton, Buckinghamshire. Abubakr and Karina Matheson recently enquired about the possibility of screeding the entire ground floor of a detached house in Ivinghoe. Ciara Moriarty and Eisa Moriarty recently asked for a price quote for screeding a utility room floor in a bungalow in Stoke Poges. Lisa and Lucca Burke recently asked for a price quote for screeding the floor of a kitchen in Great Kingshill. Lawson Sharp recently enquired about screeding over an old concrete floor in Hughenden, Buckinghamshire. Maximilian Tyrer recently asked for a price quote for screeding the floor of a cellar in Great Linford. Elsie-Rose and Theodore Roach recently requested an estimate for screeding a living room floor in a detached house in Downley. Mr and Mrs Floyd recently enquired about the possibility of screeding a workshop floor in Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire.
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Homeowners living in the following roads and streets have recently requested floor screeding - Hampshire Court, Thirsk Gardens, Byron Close, Cork Place, Hamilton Lane, Calluna Drive, Waterloo Court, Scotney Gardens, Fitzwilliam Street, Westminster Drive, Conway Crescent, Cathay Close, Chepstow Drive, Buckfast Avenue, Richmond Close, Arbroath Close, Mersey Way, Birkdale Close, Melrose Avenue, Girton Way, Wetherby Gardens, Ultra Avenue, Huntingdon Crescent, Peebles Place, Witham Court, Wentworth Way, Warwick Place, Hoylake Close, as well as the following local Bletchley postcodes: MK1 9AS, MK1 1DF, MK1 1YL, MK1 9EL, MK17 9JJ, MK1 1WY, MK2 2AZ, MK1 1QU, MK1 9FR, MK1 9FJ.
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Bletchley Bucks (Buckinghamshire): The town of Bletchley can be found in the South Eastern district of England in the county of Buckinghamshire (Bucks). Bletchley is around 3 miles from Milton Keynes and 11 miles from Buckingham, nearby towns and villages include Tattenhoe, Mursley, Water Eaton, Emerson Valley, Stoke Hammond, Whaddon, Milton Keynes and Beanhill. Bletchley has a population of about 37,000, has the dial code 01908 and is in the postcode district MK1 - MK 3. Bletchley has now been largely swallowed up by Milton Keynes. (Tags: Bletchley Bucks, Bletchley Buckinghamshire, Bletchley England, Bletchley United Kingdom)
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