The benefits

Instant warmth underfoot…
EasyFlow liquid floor screed provides the best conductivity between your final floor finish and underfoot, giving an even room temperature

The benefits

The benefits

Save time and money
EasyFlow liquid screed can be walked on within 24-48 hours, which can save time by speeding up build projects considerably

The benefits

The benefits

Savings of between 20-40% off your heating bills…
Improved thermal efficiencies in buildings means less energy is used to heat your property

The benefits

The benefits

No unsightly radiators…
With no radiators on show there's more wall space for your furniture

The benefits
 
 

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Preparing Your Liquid Screed Floor for the Final Floor Covering  [02/10/14] read more

Jennifer Jones

What is your final floor finish?

If it's tile or any other material that requires adhering to the screed's surface you will need your EasyFlow screed sanding before priming with an epoxy primer.

Sanding is...
 

Booking Before Christmas  [30/09/14] read more

Due to the possibility of poor weather during November and December resulting in unsuitable conditions for installing liquid screed, it is likely that the window of opportunity to install the screed will be reduced. Because of this, and as Christmas...
 

Drying Liquid Screed  [12/08/14] read more

Jennifer Jones

Following installation, EasyFlow liquid screeds should be provided with protection from rapid drying or draughts for the first 48 to 72 hours. Thereafter the environment should be kept warm and as well ventilated as possible...

 

Why Consider EasyFlow for Your Underfloor Heating System?  [16/07/14] read more

Jennifer Jones

We are dedicated to providing our clients with the very best in underfloor heating (UFH) systems, together with customer care above and beyond expectations. Our experienced consultants are dedicated to investing their time in...
 

What to Remember: Liquid Screed  [03/07/14] read more

Need a product which enhances the efficiency of your underfloor heating system? Don’t want to lay your fancy floor finish on an uneven floor? Then you need a liquid floor screed.

Here's why...
 
 

 
 
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