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75mm floor screed,dried out quickly because of underfloor heating turned on

Discussion in 'Floor Screeding Discussions' started by gary, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. gary

    gary New Member

    hi all......75mm floor screed layed,and the customer switched the underfloor heating on after two weeks of laying, and I'm led to believe he had it on as hot as possible!! it was white , whats going to be the outcome of the floor , my guess its just going to crumble, anybody had any similar cases?
     
  2. essexandy

    essexandy Private Member

    Don't worry it's not your responsibility once they've been stupid enough to force dry it.
     
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  3. Mouldyoldspudgun

    Mouldyoldspudgun Active Member

    Floor screed dries at one mm per day it looks dry because sand and cement goes off from the top back unlike hard wall etc which dry from the back to the top. So don’t worry whatever happens is not your fault but I suspect it will be okay personally just don’t break the surface
     
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  4. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Don't you just hate customer's...
     
  5. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Obviously the wife has moaned to the husband about the room not being ready now bla bla and he has crumbled lol
     
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  6. Ajax123

    Ajax123 Member

    Screed may be friable and may crack but can be repaired so no need to dig out or anything like that.
     
  7. Dropsalot

    Dropsalot Private Member

    Customers! Pffft.....
     

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