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Floor Screeding Crewkerne Somerset (TA18): A floor screeding professional can help with renovations, help install underfloor heating or level a damaged or uneven floor on your Crewkerne property, when necessary. A screed is used to produce a smooth floor over a rough concrete sub-base and give a good base for you final flooring material. Floor screeding can provide a durable, quality floor surface for almost any room.

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A reliable screeding specialist in Crewkerne will have knowledge and experience to help you achieve a perfect floor in whichever shape or size of room you are renovating. They will assess the project and figure out the appropriate sort of screed you require and how best to apply it.

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It might be a requirement, based on the proposed use of the space, for a structural engineering survey to conform with building regulations on point loadings, load bearing and flex strength of the screed floor.

The training and skills that a screeding specialist brings to your project should guarantee a high quality end result and help in extending the lifespan of your floors. Picking the appropriate screeding materials and the best installation technique is critical if you want to finish up with a durable and quality finish for your floor surface.

There are many screeding contractors in the Crewkerne area so try to get multiple estimates for your screeding project before picking out a contractor and know to what standard of finish it's for. For residential homes a quotation will usually be given for a Surface Regularity (SR) calculation of SR1 or SR2. SR1 is the highest level, and whilst SR2 and SR3 might be less costly initially, they don't guarantee a perfectly even or flat surface. An SR2 or SR3 level might mean there will be flat spots or ridges that may cause issues when installing your final flooring materials.

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British Standards BS8204 lays down the guidelines and regulations that all Crewkerne screeding installers is obliged to follow, and if applying specialist screeding solutions, (Gypsol, Flowcrete, Cemfloor etc), they ought to be accredited by the manufacturers as being trained and skilled in their use. A contractor holding accreditation indicates that they have been assessed and trained in the use of these screeding products and can provide a high quality standard in all areas of their installation.

Commercial screeders in Crewkerne will generally tackle larger screeding projects in shopping centres, hospitals, salons, warehouses, schools and factories.

TYPES OF SCREED

Standard Screeds - Used in domestic flooring projects where the mix of cement and sand is acceptable for basic footfall use. The ratios involved are 5 parts sand to 1 part cement. After being laid a standard screed dries out at a rate of just 1mm/day.

Advanced Drying and Fast Drying Screeds - If there is a need to use the area in question ASAP a fast drying screed can be employed. Most of the fast drying screeds are of the fibre reinforced kind and are appropriate for a wide array of projects where the quicker curing rate of three to seven millimetres is a considerable advantage.

Liquid or Self-Levelling Screeds - A cement and latex solution which can achieve the highest standard of finish to SR1 levels. The self-levelling compound provides a smooth and clean surface over a rough substrate or damaged floor to allow all types of flooring materials to be laid. The liquid screed can be laid to a thickness of just one millimetre, but will still provide a high strength surface to take a varied selection of flooring finishes.

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

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Fibre Reinforced Screed - The first choice where under floor heating is being installed in residential homes in Crewkerne. The special fibres in this screed increase it's strength and durability whilst also protecting against thermal shrinkage and cracking. It dries at an identical rate to a standard screed of 1mm per day.

Polymer Screeds - Provides a high level of strength with a lower thickness. Manufacturer's guidelines for drying times vary across the product ranges.

SCREEDING PREPARATION AND INSTALLATION

Good preparation is essential for a quality finished screed surface that will be durable and hard wearing. The existing floor surfaces should be cleaned to remove any oil, debris, grease and paint which might adversely affect the bond of the screed.

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Any cleaning chemicals that are used during this phase should leave no residues, and the floor surface must be permitted to dry by itself naturally. If screeding over a cement or stone floor all cracks should be repaired to stop them from "travelling" through the screed layer and resulting in deviations on the final surface. A reputable Crewkerne screeding specialist will address these problems during a on-site survey and make sure that all preparations are completed before applying the next steps in the floor screeding process.

To shield the flooring materials and screed layer from dampness rising up through the ground, a DPM (damp proof membrane) must be installed. Different thicknesses of specialised polythene might be used as a DPM and also act as a buffer for the screed and any insulation panels.

If the area is susceptible to radon gas then another barrier is required to prevent the gas from entering via the ground. A simple air-tight membrane may be sufficient in places with relatively low radon measurements, but in more serious situations there might have to be a more complicated ventilation and extraction system to take away any harmful radon gas.

The final step of the surface preparation process is the spraying or painting of a primer or sealant. A primer assists in the screed bonding correctly to the base and different types exist according to which screed type is being used. These materials need trained technicians to apply them in the right proportions by using airless sprays and other custom-made equipment.

Under floor heating can now be laid out, installed and checked before the screed is applied. The wires and heating pipes are firmly mounted on insulation panels to prevent any movement and make sure they are laid in the correct position. Warmth will be spread evenly across the floor in a properly fitted under floor heating system, and coupled with it being an effective method of heating, it is a good choice for the majority of Crewkerne renovation projects.

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The screed can now be prepared in situ and applied to the base surface. Your screeding specialist will have given you advice on which screed type is appropriate for your needs, in line with your intended use of the room area. For quick drying and advanced screeds there will be at least a twenty four hour delay before it can be walked over, and a further 72 hours minimum before you can install any flooring materials. If you're using standard or heavy duty screeds the curing time is longer and you must follow the manufacturer's guidelines in order to get the best possible finish for your floor.

The SR level of your screeding can be ascertained once it's hardened enough to be walked upon. The standard SR test involves the use of a 2 mtr straight edge to check for any deviations in the screeded surface.

  • SR1 - Disparities of 3mm or less being measured over the entire area shows your screed floor to be of the best quality and is categorised as SR1.
  • SR2 - SR2 is for normal standard industrial and commercial floors and can deviate from the straight-edge by as much as 5 millimetres.
  • SR3 - For other floors where the finish is relatively immaterial SR3 is the standard and should have a deviation measurement of 10mm or less.

If your screeding has been installed with specific load bearing requirements in mind then a qualified structural engineer is going to be required to conduct the assessment. The testing will make sure that your new screed is viable for the load bearing requirements laid out in the original site survey. An assessment called the drop hammer test is performed at several areas on the screed and the results noted. The specialist testing and measurement tools needed mean this can only be undertaken by a certified structural engineer applying the BS8204 guidelines. (Tags: Screeding Crewkerne, Floor Screeding Crewkerne, Floor Screed Crewkerne, Floor Screeding Services Crewkerne).


Floor screeding services are available in Crewkerne and also nearby in: South Perrott, Broadshard, Henley, Hinton Park, North Perrott, Roundham, Fordscroft, Maincombe, Chedington, Whetley Cross, Curriott Hill, Coombe, Woolminstone, Mosterton, Hewish, Misterton, and in these postcodes TA18 8DX, TA18 8HH, TA18 7AH, TA18 8AT, TA18 7NW, TA18 8EZ, TA18 8AR, TA18 8DE, TA18 8AW, TA18 7AQ. Local Crewkerne floor screeders will most likely have the postcode TA18 and the telephone dialling code 01460. Checking this should guarantee you're accessing local floor screeding. Crewkerne property owners are able to benefit from these and many other related services.

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When the characteristics of your floor's surface means that a bit of flexibility is needed, it may be advantageous to use a latex self-levelling screed, as opposed to one with an unyielding finish. Latex screeds come in 2 parts - a bag and a bottle - with a bottle that contains liquid latex, and a bag that contains a cement based smoothing compound. Latex screeds are more flexible and quicker drying than standard screeds, since the water that's normally used is exchanged for the latex liquid.

Used for levelling sub-floors, this latex product provides a suitable surface for the installation of your chosen floor finishes. This screeding is suitable for use on sub-floors of quarry tiles, sand/cement, concrete, asphalt and wood, to give a resilient and smooth surface which is perfect for the application of flooring adhesives. If your subfloor has a bit of movement in it, this type of screed will still provide a crack-free, flexible finish, on which your chosen floor coverings can sit.

When an unbonded screed is being laid over a membrane of either acoustic or thermal insulation (i.e. a floating screed), latex screeds aren't appropriate, because in such cases (normally when screeding over underfloor heating), you will likely need a thickness of 50-75mm. (Tags: Latex Screeds Crewkerne, Latex Floor Screed Crewkerne, Latex Screed Crewkerne, Latex Screeding Crewkerne).

The Tools That Are Needed for Screeding Floors

  • Shovel
  • Heavy Duty Spirit Level
  • Floor Profiler
  • Trowel
  • Straight Edge
  • Gloves
  • Knee Protectors
  • Tape Measure
  • Spiked Roller
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Float

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Also find: Mosterton floor screeders, Chedington floor screeders, Henley floor screeders, Maincombe floor screeders, South Perrott floor screeders, Misterton floor screeders, Roundham floor screeders, Coombe floor screeders, Fordscroft floor screeders, Broadshard floor screeders, Whetley Cross floor screeders, Hewish floor screeders, Curriott Hill floor screeders, Woolminstone floor screeders, North Perrott floor screeders, Hinton Park screeding services and more. All of these villages and towns are served by companies who do screeding. Crewkerne business and home owners can get screeding quotes by clicking here.

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