Floor Screeding Hartlepool County Durham (TS24): When you are upgrading your Hartlepool property with damaged or uneven floors, or maybe converting a basement or cellar to useful living space, a professional floor screeding specialist can provide you with a good starting point. Floor screeding gives a smooth, level finish to a rough sub-base floor, and will allow you to lay a suitable flooring material, (boards, tiles, carpets etc) over it. The screed is a crucial procedure to ensure a high quality and durable finish to the whole floor structure.
FLOOR SCREEDING CONTRACTORS HARTLEPOOL
It doesn't matter how small or large the room you need to be levelled, a genuine screeding company in Hartlepool will have the necessary skills, equipment and knowledge to give you a superb standard of service. They will be able to assess the project and ascertain the correct type of screed you need and the best strategy for applying it.
They'll additionally assess if a structural engineer is necessary to make certain that any flex strength, load requirements and point loadings are satisfied as outlined by the building regulations.
Working with a skilled and highly trained contractor will ensure you use the right type of screed for the room's allocated purpose to extend the lifetime of your flooring. There are many kinds of floor screeding and picking the right mix and installation process is crucial if you are to create a high quality floor that is fit for purpose and durable.
There are numerous screeding contractors in the Hartlepool area so see if you can get multiple quotes for your project before picking a contractor and know to what standard of finish it's for. The quote might be based on what's called the SR, or Surface Regularity calculation. SR2 and SR3 might be more affordable options, however the floor screeding finish might have errors and deviations, whilst SR1 guarantees a perfect finish. This could mean that you might have to correct any areas that may cause issues when laying your final flooring solution.
All Hartlepool screeding contractors have to follow British Standards (BS8204) and should have some form of accreditation from the manufacturers of screeding equipment and materials, e.g. Gypsol, Cemfloor, Flowcrete. The training and testing of a screeding contractor by such manufacturers is highlighted by the use of the accreditation scheme, and gives assurances of reliability and safe working practices on any project which involves their materials.
Hartlepool commercial screeders will be involved in the screeding of floors in warehouses, factories, hospitals, schools, shops and pubs.
TYPES OF SCREED
Standard Screeds - Used in domestic projects where the mix of cement and sand is perfectly acceptable for normal footfall use. The ratios involved 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 - A high strength solution where a reduced screed thickness is required. Polymer screeds are available from a number of screed manufacturers and on account of their different chemical compositions have specific drying times for each product.
Fibre Reinforced Screed - Mostly used with under floor heating and is the advised choice in such projects. This is because of the increased durability and protection against thermal shrinkage and cracking offered by the special fibres within the screed. It has a setting rate of one millimetre per day.
Self-Levelling or Liquid Screeds - A cement and latex mixture which can achieve the highest standard SR1 finish. This self-levelling compound provides a smooth and level surface over a damaged floor or rough substrate to enable all kinds of flooring materials to be laid. Even with a thickness of just 1mm, the latex polymers within the mixture provide a high strength screed for a wide range of uses.
Advanced Drying and Fast Drying Screeds - As the name would suggest, this screed dries quickly and allows you to use the floor area much faster. They are usually a fibre reinforced kind of screed which can dry out at a rate of between 3-7mm per day and are used in time critical flooring projects.
Industrial and Heavy Duty Screed - Where levels of traffic are expected to be high or heavy loading on the floor is needed, heavy duty screeds provide maximum durability and strength.
SCREEDING PREPARATION AND INSTALLATION
Screeding companies will need to prepare the area before proceeding with any other work in order to ensure a high quality and hard wearing screed flooring. The existing floor surface should be thoroughly cleaned to eliminate any paint, debris, grease and oil that might adversely affect the adhesion of the screeding.
If cleaning products have been used it is vital to remove any traces of soap, detergent etc, and leave the floor surface to dry naturally. It's necessary to fix any cracks or crevices in the surface to avoid them being visible and "travelling" up into your newly screeded floor. During a site survey your Hartlepool screeding installer will be able to see what preparations are necessary before any actual screeding starts.
Before the screeding can be laid a damp proof membrane (DPM) will have to be installed to shield the final flooring and screed from dampness. There could be two or three layers of different thickness polythene to act as barriers between the screed and the insulation layer.
If the area where you live is at risk from radon then an additional barrier is necessary to stop the gas from entering from the ground. This can be as simple as an air-tight membrane, or in more serious situations a ventilation system is installed beneath the screed to take away any inflow of air and gas from the ground.
As soon as the base has been properly prepared and all membranes installed, a primer or sealer is then put on. A primer assists in the screed bonding process to the base and membranes and different types exist based upon which type of screed is being applied. Because of their specialist nature, only professional screeders in Hartlepool should be entrusted with using them correctly, safely and through the use of bespoke equipment for this task.
Underfloor heating can now be laid out, installed and tested before the screed is applied. The under floor heating system is laid out in the correct pattern and mounted firmly on insulation panels to avoid potential movement during screed pouring. Warmth will be spread evenly across a floor area in a professionally fitted under floor heating system, and with it being an effective choice of heating, it's a great choice for many Hartlepool home renovation projects.
The screed can now be mixed and prepared on site and poured onto the base. The specific requirements of the room will determine the kind of screeding used. After the application of the screed there'll be a minimum 24 hours (for quick drying screeds) before you are able to walk over the surface, and a 72 hour minimum setting time for the laying of any floor coverings. Manufacturer's drying guidelines for heavy duty and standard screeds should be observed in order to achieve a quality finish and provide an even and stable floor surface.
The SR standard of your screed can be ascertained once it's solidified sufficiently to be stepped onto. Using a 2 mtr straight-edge the surface is checked for any deviations, ridges and dips in the surface of the screed.
- SR1 - SR1 is the best standard and permits only 3 millimetres of deviation from the straight-edge.
- SR2 - The normal standard flooring in commercial and industrial builds is classed as SR2 and has a maximum deviation of 5 millimetres across the whole floor.
- SR3 - If the deviation around the room is 10mm or less the quality of the screeding is classified as SR3 and is highly suitable for utility and garage areas.
There might also be a requirement for a qualified structural engineer to conduct a soundness test. This assessment will determine the overall strength of the screeding and its viability for the proposed use. This can include what is known as a drop hammer test which assesses various aspects of the flexibility and strength of the screed. Only experienced structural engineers heeding the BS8204 guidelines are permitted to carry out these testing and sign off on the structural safety of screed flooring. (Tags: Floor Screed Hartlepool, Screeding Hartlepool, Floor Screeding Services Hartlepool, Floor Screeding Hartlepool).
Floor screeding services are available in Hartlepool and also in nearby places like: Elwick, Castle Eden, Blackhall Colliery, Greatham, Peterlee, Middleton, Wingate, High Throston, Seaton Carew, Rift House, Durham, Hesleden, Hartfields, Claxton, and in these postcodes TS24 0ER, TS24 0HT, TS24 0TT, TS24 0PB, TS24 0LX, TS24 0NB, TS24 0EP, TS24 0QD, TS24 0PF, TS24 0QP. Local Hartlepool floor screeders will probably have the telephone code 01429 and the postcode TS24. Simply click the "quote" banner or form to get info on screeding services in your location.
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Floor Screeding County Durham
In the County Durham area you'll also locate: Pittington floor screeding, Crook screeding specialists, Stanhope floor screeding, Heighington floor screeders, Thornaby floor screeders, Cassop screeding, Trimdon Colliery screeding, West Rainton screeding specialists, Kirk Merrington screeding, Wolsingham floor levelling, Wingate screeding, Coundon floor screeding, High Etherley screeding specialists, Eldon Lane floor screeding, Cornforth floor levelling, Bournmoor screeding, Shincliffe floor screeding, Middleton St George floor screeders, Byers Green screeding, Nettlesworth floor screeders, Eaglescliffe floor screeders, South Hetton floor screeders, Shincliffe floor screeders, Kelloe screeding specialists, Dalton le Dale floor levelling, Horden screeding specialists, Trimdon floor levelling, Ebchester floor screeders, Bishop Middleham floor screeders, Shotton floor screeders.
County Durham Screeding Enquiries
Recent County Durham floor screeding job requests: Zahra and Jakub Lomax recently requested a price quote for screeding a kitchen floor in Trimdon Grange, County Durham. Nylah Kent recently enquired about screeding a garage floor in Heighington, County Durham. Ananya Fryer recently enquired about the possibility of screeding the whole ground floor of a semi-detached property in Eaglescliffe. Bronte Pond recently enquired about screeding a workshop floor in Slingley. Frankie Brooker recently enquired about the possibility of screeding a living room floor in High Etherley. Malachi and Ayva Draper recently enquired about screeding over an old concrete floor in Shildon, County Durham. Mr and Mrs Derrick recently asked for a quotation for screeding a cellar floor in Croxdale. Nevaeh and Ezekiel Stark recently enquired about screeding the floor of a basement in Trimdon, County Durham.
Floor Screeding Near Hartlepool
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Households in Conway Walk, South Road, Deacon Gardens, Baptist Street, Abigail Walk, Claymore Road, Angus Street, Shannon Court, Challoner Square, Sharp Crescent, Stockton Street, Town Wall, Sydenham Road, Bute Avenue, St Francis Gate Foggy Furze, Sinclair Road, Courageous Close, Dalkeith Road, South Drive, Belk Street, Dunlin Road, Sandgate Industrial Estate, Sandbanks Drive, Ardrossan Road, Third Street, Thackeray Road, Alva Grove, have needed floor screeding recently. Screeding work was also done in these Hartlepool area postcodes: TS24 0ER, TS24 0HT, TS24 0TT, TS24 0PB, TS24 0LX, TS24 0NB, TS24 0EP, TS24 0QD, TS24 0PF, TS24 0QP.
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