Screed is made from sharp sand, cement and water. It is also known as traditional screed. A pump or mixer are used on site to combine these elements into screed. Other products (known as curatives) can be combined with the sand and cement to achieve different functions such as to dry faster. Sand and cement screed can be laid floating, bonded or unbonded depending on the depth laid.
Site Location:Maidstone, Kent
Area: 1,200m2. Housing development
Spec: Grd, 1st and 2nd Floors – range of insulation systems and 65mm standard screed
Site Location:Cheshunt, Essex
Spec:1st, 2nd & 3rd Floors – 65mm traditional screed with PP fibres.
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