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Screeds and screed work

Dry or floating, we lay your screed quickly and cleanly, whether floating or firmly bonded to the subfloor. With our experience of more than 25 years, you can play it safe with all screed work, from taking into account your thermal and impact sound insulation, to creating a jointless subfloor and the desired level adjustment.

Screed - an important part of your floor

A screed is an almost indispensable part of the floor. It serves as an intermediate floor between the load-bearing subfloor and your chosen floor covering. Screed is becoming increasingly important in work areas in particular, as it forms a homogeneous, jointless surface that is easy to clean and stable enough for the mobile use of heavy machinery. Yes, you can also use your screed without a floor covering.

Thanks to its ability to distribute pressure evenly over a large area, screed is ideal for underfloor heating, protecting insulating layers and concealing cables and pipes. As a screed company, we would be happy to advise you on your options for creating a warm, resilient and safe floor.

Advantages and functions of the screed

Due to its high load-bearing capacity, screed has become an indispensable part of almost every building. The screed layer uses it to level out any unevenness in your floor slab or to create a light and even foundation for your desired floor covering on wooden beam ceilings. Even on terraces, balconies and in garages, the screed provides secure support and lasting protection for underlying layers.

A heated screed also distributes the valuable heat provided by your underfloor heating, as your heating pipes run directly through the screed. If you require a certain height for your floor, we as a screed company will help you to create the specified floor height by adjusting the screed thickness.

Dry, flowing, floating - what's the difference?

The screed layer uses the terms "dry" or "flowing" to describe the laying method he uses to lay your screed. In the case of a construction site or poured dry screed, he applies the screed mortar over a large area and then draws it off vertically. Another variant of dry screed is prefabricated screed panels, which are installed on site as a prefabricated screed. Both variants allow a slope to be incorporated to guide liquids to a drain.

We apply a flowing screed as a liquid screed company, which then takes a few days to dry. The influence of gravity creates a homogeneous, horizontal and joint-free surface. Floating, on the other hand, refers to laying on an insulating layer without connection to walls or subfloor. With a floating screed, you avoid thermal and sound bridges.

Types and standards

The huge selection of screed types can easily lead to confusion. Here is a brief overview of what is hidden behind the abbreviations:

  • AS = mastic asphalt screed
  • CE = calcium sulphate screed (also known as anhydrite screed)
  • CFE = calcium sulphate flowing screed
  • CT = cement screed
  • CTF = cement flow screed
  • MA = magnesia screed
  • SR = Synthetic resin screed

Each type meets different requirements in terms of thickness, fire behavior, thermal insulation, sound insulation or dry bulk density. In addition, there are maximum temperatures for heated screeds, hardness classes and material requirements depending on the existing substrate.

To ensure that you can always rely on the quality of your screed, as a specialist company we strictly follow the applicable standards DIN 18560 (screeds in construction) and DIN 18353 (screed work). We also keep up to date with the latest recommendations from all current technical standards, such as DIN 13318 and DIN 13813 for screed mortar, DIN 197 for cement and DIN 1045-3 for construction work.

If you place your work in our experienced hands, we will take care of the requirements for screed thickness, the limit values for evenness deviations, the compressive strength classes and the permissible shrinkage.

A company with experience

In more than 25 years of daily practice, we have built up the experience that ensures our high level of quality in all screed work. To ensure that we maintain this level in the future, we follow a strict quality management system that combines tried and tested structures with the latest knowledge in the construction industry.

We are proud of our work. Each and every one of our employees strives to demonstrate our values of reliability and professionalism in their dealings with you. Let us convince you and arrange your first consultation today, and your new screed will soon be at your feet.