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Floor Screeding

At Homewood Plastering, we offer a range of plastering services, including floor screeding. Floor screeding is the process of smoothing and levelling a concrete or other hard surface in preparation for the installation of flooring. It is a crucial step in any flooring project, as it ensures that the surface is smooth, even, and ready for the flooring material to be laid on top.

There are several steps involved in floor screeding:

  1. Prepare the surface: The first step in any floor screeding project is to prepare the surface. This involves cleaning the floor thoroughly and removing any debris or dirt. It may also involve filling any holes or cracks in the concrete with a suitable filler.
  2. Measure and mark the floor: Once the surface is prepared, it is important to measure and mark the floor to ensure that the screed is applied evenly and to the correct thickness.
  3. Mix the screed: Screed is a mixture of sand, cement, and water that is used to smooth and level concrete floors. It is important to mix the screed to the correct consistency and ensure that it is free of lumps or clumps.
  4. Apply the screed: Using a screed pump or a trowel, the screed is applied to the floor, smoothing it out as it goes. It is important to work quickly and evenly to ensure that the screed is applied smoothly and consistently.
  5. Finish the screed: Once the screed has been applied, it must be left to cure for the recommended amount of time. After the screed has cured, it can be sanded down to create a smooth, even surface that is ready for flooring.

At Homewood Plastering, our team of skilled plasterers has years of experience in floor screeding. We take pride in delivering top-quality work every time, ensuring that our customers are left with a smooth, even surface that is ready for their chosen flooring material. If you are in need of floor screeding services, we invite you to get in touch with us to discuss your project. We would be happy to provide a quote and answer any questions you may have.