Liquid Screed in Maidenhead




Liquid screed, a self-levelling mixture, comprises cement, water, and latex additives. Using liquid screed on your floors provides the highest possible standard of finish. It can also be poured over damaged or poor-quality substrate floors and spread to fill the gaps, holes, and voids of the surface, making them even and regular.

KM Flow Screed specialises in installing liquid screed in Maidenhead, serving its customers by providing a flawless finish to the floor surfaces. If you are planning a floor renovation project, connect with us and expect the highest standard of service for your residential or commercial site.

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Advantages of Using Liquid Screed

Choosing a liquid floor screed in Maidenhead is a cost-effective way of preparing a floor that sets comparatively fast and offers you the following advantages:

  • Affordability
  • Better thermal conductivity
  • Even and levelled floor
  • High quality finishing
  • Improved efficiency
  • Longevity
  • Quick installation
  • Smooth floor

You can choose to lay carpets or fit tiles, wooden floors and any other type of flooring system over the liquid screed.

Preparation and Installation Process

Our installers ensure to provide high-quality and hard-wearing liquid screed services in Maidenhead and complete the process in the following steps:

  • Conducting a site survey to analyse if the site needs to be prepared before initiating the installation work.
  • Cleaning the floor surfaces to remove any debris, grease, oil, paint or extra material to ensure adequate adhesion of liquid screed to the floor.
  • Making sure to remove the residues of cleaning products such as detergents or soaps (if used).
  • Mending the cracks, if present on the surface, to prevent their reflection in the freshly prepared screed floor.
  • Installing a DPM (Damp Proof Membrane) to prevent the ground dampness from entering the screeding and other floor materials.
  • Adding an extra barrier layer in the form of an airtight membrane if your home is located in a place where radon gas emissions are present, to avoid their seepage.
  • Applying a sealant or primer on the base surface to allow for better bonding between the base surface and liquid screed.
  • Adding the liquid screed and allowing it to set for up to a minimum of 24 to 48 hours before you can walk or lay any flooring material over it.

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Our liquid screed contractors in Maidenhead have years of experience and are available to make your floor surfaces level and smooth as per your requirements. Contact us to get the cost quote.


Is it worth using liquid screed?
Liquid screed adds strength and durability to floor surfaces, making it a comparatively easy and cost-effective way to add quality to the floors. It also comes with the advantage of low shrinkage and minimum risk of cracking.
What are the other names of liquid screed?
Liquid screed is also named as flow screed or flowing screed.
How much duration is required to lay liquid screed on a floor?
It takes almost 25 to 35 minutes to lay liquid screed on a 100m2 floor, providing it with high flexural strength and thin layer finishing. After its installation, it takes 24 to 48 hours to set, after which it is ready to walk on.

However, it would help if you waited at least seven days before installing any heavy or permanent things, like furniture, electrical appliances and equipment, or any type of flooring.

Is liquid screed an environmentally friendly material?
Liquid screed is more environmentally friendly than the traditional screed because almost 36% to 40% of its components are recycled, resulting in lesser carbon dioxide emissions. It can also be levelled easily, and its thinner layer is enough for a practical floor finish, leading to lesser use of resources and energy required during its production.

Moreover, its thermal conductivity helps spread the underfloor heating system across the floors, making the property more energy efficient and reducing the energy bills.

Where can the liquid screed be used?
Liquid screed can be used in any indoor place, ranging from domestic to commercial properties. It is also suitable for those places which are subjected to high temperatures. Using liquid screed during floor renovation is best to fill the surface cracks and gaps.
What is the liquid screed cost in Maidenhead?
An estimated £25 to £30 cost per square meter is required for levelling a floor surface with liquid screed.