Category: News

Floor Polishing

05/12/17

Using top of the range Husqvarna concrete polishing tools Easyflow can offer a range of polished floor finishes. We offer a complete surface polishing system, which enhances the beauty, strength and abrasion resistance of concrete and screed floors while reducing maintenance and costs. Below are some images of what can be achieved using different liquid products.* […]

New Screed Pump

09/11/17

We have recently taken delivery of a brand new Utiform V3 Mortar Pump to add to our fleet, this will enable us to pump up to 15m3 of liquid screed per hour. This compact but powerful model weighs only 750 kilos and is towed behind our install vehicles, this gives us ultimate flexibility to service […]

ISO 9001 Quality Management Certification

18/09/17

ISO 9001 is recognised worldwide as the international benchmark for quality within an organisation. By achieving our ISO 9001 certification, Easyflow are able to demonstrate to customers and suppliers that the systems we have in place meet the high standards set out by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO).

Fast Drying Liquid Screed!

02/06/16

Easyflow ltd are proud to be one of the few approved installers of Tarmac’s Topflow Screed C Belitex. Topflow Screed C is a pump applied cement based liquid floor screed that can be laid quickly, trafficked after just 24-48 hours and dries within 14-21 days. This free flowing screed is suitable for most applications including […]

We are Moving!

28/01/16

As of February 2016 EasyFlow will be relocating it’s Head Office and Site Team to Vanguard Trade Park in Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury is in the West Midlands, about 43 miles west of Birmingham, which makes in an excellent base for our Site Team who travel all over the UK. We are excited to move to an […]

Cold Weather Working

06/02/15

Following this year’s low temperatures, please be aware that screed plants are unable to batch liquid screeds unless the temperature is 2 degrees C and rising. However, we can accept the delivery if we believe that the temperature within the building will be sufficient by the time the screed arrives on site.