Author: Nick Jephson
In our project, we worked on a new bungalow for Ainge and Son contractors in Northampton, reinforced sand and cement screed. Supplied by Alphamix.
If you require floor screeding work in Northampton or the surrounding areas, we have the expertise and years of experience for both domestic and commercial premises.
Take a look at our recent project where we applied cemfloor flowing screed to a penthouse flat in Northampton, supplied by Gem mix.
Despite these two being created from the same basic materials, cement, water and aggregate, they are still made and used in very different ways. Concrete is used for more heavy-duty structural tasks whereas screed is used to create a level foundation for floors.
Another great floor laid by Paul Villiers, thanks. – Mark, Kettering
Rang Paul after a having an extension built and the builder making an error leaving the floor 90mm too low. Paul said he was busy for 2 weeks but would ring back in a fortnight. 2 weeks to the day he rang me back and said how about Thursday. I was delighted as so many tradesmen make these sort of promises and you never hear from them. On the morning in question, Paul’s team arrived bang on time, did the job to a very high standard quickly and efficiently. They even did a good job of cleaning up after themselves. I would definitely recommend this firm and would not hesitate to use them again. – William (Screeding work in Wellingborough)
If you’re planning on having a new floor fitted it’s possible you may have heard about floor screed, particularly if your existing flooring is uneven. For most people screed isn’t something they will have come across before, so you may be a little unsure about what it is and exactly what it does. Fortunately, we have put together a complete floor screeding guide with all you need to know about screed.