Flo Screed UK Ltd

Flo Screed UK Ltd from Flo-Screed Uk Ltd

By: Flo-Screed Uk Ltd  14/11/2014
Keywords: renovations, Car Showrooms, Factory Floors

Flo Screed UK Ltd can provide you with a level surface in all domestic builds. Liquid screed is ideal for all renovations, extensions, barn conversions, new and self builds whether it is to be laid on existing floor, insulation or over underfloor heating. With our trailer liquid screed pump we can pump screed in all those inaccessible areas with the ability to pump up to 180m horizontally from placement of the readymix lorry. Liquid screed applied around heating pipes eliminates air-pockets and improves the efficiency of the heating system. Liquid screed is also used for acoustic insulation where "Sound Bar" systems are used. Flo screed UK Ltd can provide you with a level surface on all commercial projects. We can install large areas of self-levelling floor screed in a single day as the product has an extremely low shrinkage rate it can be poured without using stress joins, making the screed process quick and easy in every project. The benefits of liquid screed are enormous, large spaces can be covered in a short space of time with a speed of application of 1500m2plus per day. We are able to pump 180m horizontally and 100m vertically allowing us to lay liquid in apartments / high-rise buildings. Flo Crete Pumping UK Ltd is a company based in Abergavenny which is a sister company to Flo Screed UK Ltd. Having invested in the latest line pumping equipment we cater for all job sizes from large construction sites to DIY projects. We saw a gap in the market to provide local builders with a quality, cost effective, time saving service to replace traditional concrete placing methods such as barrowing, this would reduce labour costs, and enables concrete to be placed exactly where you want it. Saying goodbye to barrowing and carrying buckets.

Keywords: Car Showrooms, domestic building flooring, Factory Floors, renovations,

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