Traditional Floor Screeds

Harris Floor Screeding are traditional floor screeding specialists based in South Wales who supply and install floor screed to the highest standard.  All of our operatives are professionally trained and are all CSCS compliant. All floors are installed with laser level technology and can guarantee a perfect floor level. It is a great choice for all domestic, commercial and industrial floors and the most popular. Perfect for wet room areas allowing you to create a gradual fall towards the drain area. We only work with ready mixed factory batched products made in quality controlled plants eliminating the errors and dangers often associated with site mix floor screeds.

Standard screeds

A standard floor screed consists of sand and cement mixed at a ratio of between 3 to 5 parts sand and 1 part cement.  Mainly used for domestic purposes.  1mm/day drying time.

Fibre-reinforced screeds

A perfect choice for installing over underfloor heating.The fibres increases tensional strength, impact resistance and overall durability, whilst inhibiting plastic shrinkage cracking, settlement cracking, and thermal cracking induced by freeze. 1mm/drying time.

Fast drying screeds

The fast drying screed contains reinforced fibres as standard. It is the perfect choice for projects on a tight timescale for a final finishing or earlier access. Offering 3-4mm/day drying time. 

Advanced drying screeds

Advanced drying screeds is the perfect solution for rapid turn around for time critical projects. Offering 5-6mm a day drying time.

TEKCEM DURASCREED allows screeding operatives to lay a traditional floating sand & cement screed from 35mm thick, or an un-bonded sand & cement screed from just 20mm thick

Polymer screeds

Polymer screed is a self bonded product which can assist on projects where thickness of the screed is an issue. It provides a high performance at a reduced thickness. Strength is also improved and cracking reduced.

Heavy duty screeds

Heavy duty screed is aimed at the industrial and commercial industry. Where heavy trafficking may be an issue or heavy loading.

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