Remove and dispose of screed
Removing screed and disposing of screed - all from a single source
Start your renovation or new build cleanly and with professional help. We take care of removing your old screed, cleaning the surface and then arrange for the professional disposal of your screed waste. With our company you are in competent hands with your demolition work.
Careful screed disposal for a fresh start
If you want to modernize an old house or redesign an unfavorable room layout, then your first step is professional screed disposal. The same applies to the installation of energy-saving underfloor heating or the conversion to barrier-free living space. Removing the old screed beforehand gives you a fresh start, free from annoying repairs and patchwork - a feeling of living like in a new building.
For a free, clean construction area, we take over the removal of your old or defective floors. The demolition and dismantling work begins with the demolition of the old screed and ends with the ecological disposal of screed and rubble. We hand over the newly uncovered construction area to you on time and swept clean - or, if you wish, we can lay a new screed right away.
Good reasons to remove your old screed
Instead of expensively renovating a damaged screed, it often makes more sense to remove the old screed and replace it with a robust, durable screed. For example, if the screed has come loose from the substrate, repairs are rarely possible. In buildings built before 1993, there is also a risk of asbestos being present in the screed or underlying insulating material. Complete and professional screed disposal is extremely important here, so that you can then enjoy your home healthy and relaxed again. Modern building materials are ecologically and economically the better choice.
Even existing water damage can require screed disposal, especially if the insulating layer underneath is soaked through and at risk of mould. In many cases, your insurance will cover the costs incurred. We would be happy to help you here.
What types of screed we remove and dispose of
when we remove your existing floor and dispose of old screed. On request, we will also take care of your asbestos-containing screed and dispose of pollutants and construction waste carefully and in an environmentally friendly manner.
Among other things, we remove for you:
Cement screed with and without reinforcement
garments and coatings
Asphalt screed with bitumen
Screed on insulating layers
dry screed panels
This is how the demolition work is carried out by our company
Punctually at the agreed time, our team arrives at your construction site with all the tools and machines. To remove the screed, our employees carefully pry open the screed with a powerful hammer drill. Taking into account the static structure of the building, we break up the entire area piece by piece until the foundation underneath is exposed.
Of course, we also take care of the dust that accumulates when removing the screed. We suck it up while we work, thus protecting the rest of the building. Screed is disposed of in sacks or containers in which we store larger fragments and coarse-grained rubble that is difficult to vacuum up. At the end of our work you will find a clean building area that is ready for new living ideas.
Our experience for your successful screed removal
Our success is based on our many years of experience. We have been your contact for screed removal, laying and disposal of screed for more than 35 years. We are at your side with advice and action for renovation, conversion or new construction. We will help you to clarify whether your water damage is an insurance case, whether your existing screed contains asbestos and whether a heated screed supports the effect of a new underfloor heating system.
Our teams have the know-how and tools to get the job done quickly and safely. When removing screed, we as a company pay close attention to protecting the structural fabric of the building. Our employees dispose of all materials, from the existing footfall sound insulation to any thermal insulation and sealing layers to the actual screed, taking ecological principles into account.
Material separation and professional screed disposal
Competent disposal of screed begins on your construction site. On site, we pay close attention to the materials that are used when removing the screed. Debris may contain aggregates of glass, plastic, asbestos, or textile fibers. Separation material underneath can consist of simple cardboard, tar paper, plastic sheeting or bitumen. In addition, there are various materials for impact sound insulation, which we remove for you during the demolition work by our company.
With every screed disposal, we pay careful attention to the exact separation of hazardous special waste and simple building rubble. Fragments with adhesive containing tar, residues of asphalt and screed with asbestos components belong in the hazardous waste. Old magnesite screeds can contain additives of 0,5 to 7% asbestos. In difficult cases, we therefore fall back on a wide network of experienced disposal companies.
Much praised customer service
For three decades we have relied on comprehensive customer proximity, high quality and great reliability. The success and the many positive feedback from our customers prove us right. To make it easier for you to contact us, you can easily reach us by phone, email or WhatsApp. A message is enough and we will be there for you immediately to advise you comprehensively and to dispose of your screed.
We make it easy for you to remove the screed and coordinate the demolition work for you, from the journey to the environmentally friendly disposal of the screed. You will receive a clean substrate that is ready for your further construction work. Book us today and use our many years of experience for the rapid success of your construction project.