Floor Screeding Wellington

Wellington Screeding & Floor Levelling Services

Floor Screeding Wellington Shropshire (TA21): If you have an uneven or damaged floor, are planning to install underfloor heating or are restoring a property or cellar in your Wellington property, it is the perfect time to think about contacting a floor screeding professional. Before you are able to lay a final floor covering, be it tile, wood or carpet, the floor surface needs to be as flat as possible; which is why floor screeding is sometimes essential. The screeding is a crucial procedure to guarantee a high quality and durable finish to the entire floor surface.

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It does not matter how big or small the area you need levelling, a competent screeding contractor in Wellington will have the appropriate know-how, equipment and skills to give you an outstanding level of service. They'll be able to advise you about the correct kind of screed that your project requires, and how best to apply and install it.

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It may be necessary, based on the proposed use of the area in question, for a structural engineering survey to conform to building regulations on load requirements, point loadings and flex strength of the screed floor.

Bringing in a skilled and qualified specialist will ensure that you get the right sort of screed for the room's proposed purpose and get the optimum lifespan out of the resulting flooring. Choosing the right screeding materials and the method of installation is crucial if you want to finish up with a durable and quality finish for your floor.

There are a number of screeding specialists in and around Wellington so try to get multiple price quotes for your floor screeding project before picking out a company and know to what standard of finish is it for. The SR (Surface Regularity) finish is the figure to keep your eye on when reviewing a quotation from your Wellington screeding contractor. SR2 and SR3 might be more affordable options, but the finished floor surface may have deviations and errors, whilst SR1 guarantees a perfect quality of finish. An SR2 or SR3 standard may mean there will be ridges or flat spots that could cause issues when putting down your final flooring materials.

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All Wellington screeding companies must observe British Standards (BS8204) and ought to have some kind of accreditation from screeding material and equipment manufacturers, for instance Flowcrete, Cemfloor, Gypsol. This accreditation program demonstrates a contractor's training and high quality performance in the usage of a manufacturer's merchandise.

Commercial screeders in Wellington will probably tackle floor screeding projects in warehouses, schools, shopping centres, hotels, factories and hospitals.


Standard Screeds - Frequently used in residential projects where the mix of sand and cement is good for everyday floor traffic use. The standard screed is a mixture of 5 parts sand to 1 of cement. The standard screed dries at a rate of one millimetre thickness per day.

Fast Drying and Advanced Drying Screeds - As the name would suggest, these screeds dry rapidly and allow you to use the floor area much sooner. Drying at a rate of 3-7mm, determined by the mix, they're normally a fibre reinforced kind of screed and are perfect for flooring projects which have tight schedules.

Liquid or Self-Levelling Screeds - When the highest possible standard of finish is needed this formula of cement and latex is employed to create SR1 level screed flooring. The self-levelling compound provides a smooth and level surface over a rough substrate or damaged floor to allow all flooring materials to be laid. These can be as little as 1mm thick, and due to the latex polymers, will still provide high strength.

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Industrial and Heavy Duty Screed - Designed for maximum strength and durability in areas where traffic is high or heavy loading on the floor is needed.

Fibre Reinforced Screed - Mostly used with under floor heating and is the advised choice in these projects. The fibres in this screed enhance overall strength and durability whilst also protecting against thermal cracking and shrinkage. It has a drying rate of 1mm per day.

Polymer Screeds - When a reduced thickness of floor is needed because of construction requirements, a polymer screed provides a high strength resolution to this problem. Polymer screeds are made by a number of screed manufacturers and because of their diverse chemical compositions have specific drying times for each individual product.


Screeding companies will need to carefully prepare all areas before any other work in order to ensure a hard wearing and quality screed flooring. The existing floor surfaces should be cleaned to eradicate any oil, grease, debris and paint which can affect the bond of the screed.

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Any cleansing chemicals used in this phase shouldn't leave any residues, and the floor surface must be allowed to dry out naturally. If screeding over a cement or stone floor then all cracks should be repaired to stop them from "travelling" through a screed layer and producing deviations on the final floor surface. During a site survey your Wellington screeding installer will be able to see what preparation work is necessary before starting to work on the actual screeding.

To shield the flooring materials and screeding layer from moisture rising up from the ground, a DPM (damp proof membrane) will have to be laid. The damp proof membrane is made of thick polythene and various layers might be used to serve as a moisture barrier for the screeding.

Another airtight barrier could be necessary if your home is in an area that is known to be susceptible to radon gas emissions. This could be just a simple airtight membrane, or in severe cases a ventilation system will be installed under the screed to draw out any influx of radon gas from the ground.

As soon as these stages have been completed the screeding company will put on a primer or sealer to the prepared base surface. A primer helps with the screed to successfully bond to the base surface and different varieties exist according to which screed type is being applied. These substances require professional tradesmen to apply them in the appropriate proportions by using tailor-made equipment, such as airless sprays.

Now is the time that underfloor heating can be installed and laid out in the correct way. The wires and heating pipes are securely mounted on insulation panels to stop any movement and ensure they're laid in the correct position. Warmth will be evenly spread across the floor in a properly installed underfloor heating system, and with it being an effective choice of heating, it is an ideal choice for most Wellington home renovation projects.

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If you are not installing underfloor heating the screed can now be mixed and prepared in situ and laid. Your use of the room will assist your screeding contractor on which type of floor screed is right for your needs. For quick drying screeds there will be at least a twenty four hour delay before it can be walked over, and a further 3 days minimum before you can lay any flooring materials. Manufacturer's drying instructions for heavy duty and standard screeds should be observed in order to achieve a quality finish and end up with an even and stable surface.

You can test the SR level of the finished screeding once it is set enough for walking on. The test involves using a two metre straight edge laid on the floor surface and any fluctuations from true are measured.

  • SR1 - Over the whole floor area, if there are no disparities of more than 3mm from the straight-edge, then you have a top quality SR1 standard surface.
  • SR2 - SR2 is for standard floors in industrial and commercial projects and can deviate from the straight-edge by up to five millimetres.
  • SR3 - SR3 is utility standard where a quality finish isn't necessary. This specification allows for a maximium deviation depth of 10mm.

If your screed has been installed with particular loading in mind then a qualified structural engineer is going to be required to perform these soundness tests. Using specialist equipment the engineer will assess the screeding strength and viability of use in a load bearing setting. This should include a "drop hammer test" which records specific data on the flexibility and strength of the screed. Any screed flooring that has load bearing requirements must be okayed by a certified structural engineer observing the BS8204 guidelines. (Tags: Screeding Wellington, Floor Screeding Services Wellington, Floor Screeding Wellington, Floor Screed Wellington).

Floor screeding services are available in Wellington and also in: Chelston, Norton Fitzwarren, Wiveliscombe, Rockwell Green, Bishops Lydeard, Milverton, Burlescombe, Nynehead, Tonedale, Hemyock, Ham, Uffculme, West Buckland, Taunton, Bradford-on-Tone, and in these postcodes TA21 8EU, TA21 8NL, TA21 8NZ, TA21 8BL, TA21 8EX, TA21 8JL, TA21 8FE, TA21 8JX, TA21 8DR, TA21 8AY. Local Wellington floor screeders will probably have the dialling code 01823 and the postcode TA21. Checking this can make certain that you are accessing local floor screeding. Wellington householders can benefit from these and various other related services.

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It is best to use a latex screeding when a bit of flexibility is necessary in the surface of a floor. Latex floor screed comes in 2 parts, a bag and a bottle, with the bag containing a cement based compound, and a bottle that contains a liquid latex mixture. Latex screeds are quicker drying and more flexible than other types of screed, because the water that's normally used is exchanged for the liquid latex.

Used for levelling-out subfloors, this latex compound provides a suitable surface for the laying of your chosen floor finishes. This screed is suitable for use on substrate of wood, concrete, stone tiles, asphalt and sand/cement, to give a durable, smooth surface that's perfect for the application of adhesives. This type of screed will provide a crack-free, flexible finish, even if there happens to be movement in your subfloor.

Latex flooring screeds are not appropriate where a "floating" screed is required, for example when a screed is being laid on top of a layer of either thermal or acoustic insulation, such as could be the case when you're screeding over underfloor heating, and thicknesses of 50-65mm may be required.

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Recently posted Shropshire floor screeding customer job requests: Issac Mclellan recently enquired about getting a price for screeding a lounge and kitchen floor in Shifnal. Evie-Rose Duke and Aron Duke recently enquired about screeding a property extension floor in Cheswardine, Shropshire. Amber Prince recently enquired about screeding the floor of a garage in a terraced house in Selattyn. Rafael Cotterill recently enquired about screeding the floor of a utility room in a bungalow in Waters Upton, Shropshire. Akira Mcneill and Alfred Mcneill recently asked for a price quote for screeding a floor and installing underfloor heating in Highley. Brody Bowen recently asked for a quotation for screeding a workshop floor in Church Stretton, Shropshire. Aniela Kipling and Ross Kipling recently requested a price quote for screeding the whole ground floor of a cottage in Lyneal. Gethin and Kitty Green recently enquired about the possibility of screeding over an old concrete floor in Prees, Shropshire.

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Also find: Rockwell Green floor screeding, Bishops Lydeard floor screeding, Chelston floor screeding, Taunton floor screeding, Hemyock floor screeding, Ham floor screeding, Tonedale floor screeding, Norton Fitzwarren floor screeding, Uffculme floor screeding, West Buckland floor screeding, Burlescombe floor screeding, Wiveliscombe floor screeding, Milverton floor screeding, Bradford-on-Tone floor screeding, Nynehead screeding services and more. All these towns and villages are catered for by companies who do floor screeding. Wellington homeowners can get price quotes by clicking here.

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Screeding Around Wellington: In the last twelve months screeded floors were professionally installed in these Wellington streets: Staple Cross, Barn Meads Road, Dyers Close, The Brambles, Stedhams Close, Court Drive, Twyford Place, Dobree Park, Bulford Lane, Standle, Canal Close, Crown Hill, Swains, Blackdown View, Cox Road, Beech Hill, Church Drive, Trinity Close, Twitchen, Birch Road, Clifford Mews, The Well, South Street, Alexandra Road, Courtland Road, Corner Close, Silver Street, and in these Shropshire postcodes: TA21 8EU, TA21 8NL, TA21 8NZ, TA21 8BL, TA21 8EX, TA21 8JL, TA21 8FE, TA21 8JX, TA21 8DR, TA21 8AY. Work was conducted in these locations by experts in floor screeding. Wellington residents enjoyed the benefits of trusted and reliable floor screeding services.

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(This screeding Wellington page was created by S. N. Locke 30-06-2022)