Screed for an extension

jack

New Member
Need screed for an extension, 52m sq approx by 50mm max. No UFH. Four rooms.
Onto concrete floor.
1. 4.5m x 4.5m
2. 4.5m x 3.5m
3. 4.5m x 3m
4. 1.2m x 2m
Tradional or flow? and idea of price.
Near Bristol.

Ta
 

markyspread

Active Member
dont forget to take into account access to site, parking, is it at the end of the garden ? is it up/down steps ?
can the lorry get outside ?
logistics can affect a lot of things !!!!!
piddly rooms also take longer to prep if you was having flow screed .
 

zolco

Private Member
As above said if have the access I'd go flow screed, it's such a quick and painless process, anything over 40sqm is similar money to traditional too I lve been told, I paid 1600 quid last year for 42sqm @75 mm thickness, 40 min it took them to pump it in and dabble it. If you go traditional get it premixed takes then you only have to lay it.
 

JVplastering

Active Member
As above said if have the access I'd go flow screed, it's such a quick and painless process, anything over 40sqm is similar money to traditional too I lve been told, I paid 1600 quid last year for 42sqm @75 mm thickness, 40 min it took them to pump it in and dabble it. If you go traditional get it premixed takes then you only have to lay it.
I’m a Liquid Screed installer.
Would have quoted 1,150 - 1,200 on this job.
But presume it’s all done?
 
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