A perfect screed? Impossible without appropriate curing, drying and protection

By |2015-02-09T14:48:56+00:00February 9th, 2015|Blog, BuilderScreed ®|

To reduce the risk of screed and floor failure, a screeding contractor should take all the necessary precautions for protecting, curing, and drying screeds. The [...]

Plan screeding and underfloor heating projects carefully

By |2015-01-22T17:41:00+00:00January 22nd, 2015|Blog, BuilderScreed ®, Under Floor Heating|

Plan your underfloor heating projects to deliver perfect results. The type of screed, the under-floor heating (UFH) system, and the work breakdown structure [...]

How do you reduce project timescales and still get a good-quality screed?

By |2014-11-25T16:30:17+00:00November 25th, 2014|Blog, BuilderScreed ®, ContractScreed Newsletter|

Construction timescales are dependent on the size and complexity of the project, ambient weather conditions, and the location where the new building will be constructed. [...]

CSC Screeding in a nutshell

By |2014-09-09T06:08:57+00:00September 9th, 2014|BuilderScreed ®, BuilderScreed Newsletter, HomeScreed ®|

We wanted to boil down CSC Screeding in a few words and the resources that support us. CSC Screedinghttp://www.cscscreeding.co.uk/     ContractScreedhttp://www.cscscreeding.co.uk/customers/contractscreed/     BuilderScreedhttp://builderscreed.cscscreeding.co.uk/ [...]

Beechwood Road an underfloor heating project, with the screed dried in just 3 days

By |2014-08-27T09:26:35+00:00August 27th, 2014|Blog, HomeScreed ®|

HomeScreed1 took Lily, our screed pump, out on her first domestic job today.  We screeded a 90sqm room in Beechwood Road in Beaconsfield; a beautiful [...]

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