Anhydrite screed can be applied at depths as low as 35mm, or 45mm with underfloor heating pipes in place. This results in a significant saving on material costs, or for renovations where the finished floor level is of concern.
Anhydrite liquid screed is much less likely to shrink when compared to cement, which means it needs fewer expansion joints. This is particularly important if you plan to lay large tiles, as these can often be more vulnerable to cracking.
All liquid screeds are particularly suited to underfloor heating systems due to the way the screed fully encloses the pipes, which eliminates air spaces in the subfloor. This enhances heat transfer, particularly when the screed had minimal depth.
Our team of over 30 experts have provided countless London homes and businesses with professional liquid screed floors for over 20 years. We take great pride in our workmanship no matter the scale of project, providing our clients with complete peace of mind each and every time.
We understand that taking the decision to let someone work on your property is not one taken lightly. As approved flooring specialists, our team must attend several demanding courses to gain accreditation, with their workmanship frequently inspected and verified by independent organisations and governing bodies. We are fully insured and also offer a complete satisfaction guarantee on all of our work – setting the gold standard in screed flooring and underfloor heating.
As you would expect, we’re fully insured and also offer a full satisfaction guarantee on all of our work.