• Fibre Reinforced Sand and Cement Screed
  • Higher Strength Sand and Cement Floor Screeds
  • Fast Drying Sand and Cement Floor Screed

Commercial floor screeding

Commercial Floor Screeding


Fibre Reinforced Sand and Cement Screed

Fibre Reinforced Sand and Cement Screed

Polypropylene fibres are added and evenly dispersed in a screed mix. This helps to minimise shrinkage and cracking.

Higher Strength Traditional Sand and Cement Floor Screed

Higher Strength Sand and Cement Floor Screeds

These screeds achieve strengths of over 30 Nmm2 and are used in buildings which are to receive high levels of foot traffic.

Fast Drying Sand and Cement Floor Screed

Fast Drying Sand and Cement Floor Screed

These screeds contain additives which enable the screed to dry more quickly so that floor coverings can be laid sooner.

What is Commercial Floor Screeding

A vital step in ensuring the quality, performance and durability of the entire floor system

Screeding a floor is the process of applying a well-blended mixture of ordinary Portland Cement with graded sand and a minimal amount of water to form a solid, level subfloor that is capable of receiving the final floor finish.

Our experienced floor screeders are skilled at laying this material on every shape and size of floor, ensuring an even and complete floor surface around fixtures like soil pipes, electrics, ducts, thresholds, and underfloor heating pipes.

Commercial floor screeding is the perfect solution to providing a solid, level floor where underfloor heating systems are to be installed, as well as areas that are expecting high foot traffic.

The process involves placing a damp proof membrane (DPM) over the prepared concrete floor base, and then adding a layer of thermal insulation over the DPM.

This insulation is designed to accept the tacker clips used to secure underfloor heating pipework. Screed is then laid over the whole area and worked to a smooth, level surface. The floor screed fully encases the pipework, both securing it firmly in position and allowing efficient heat transfer upwards into the final floor coverings.

Floor screeding is therefore a vital step in ensuring the quality, performance, and durability of the entire floor system.

The Commercial Process

Total Sub-Contract Management for Commercial Floor Screeding


Enquiry processed by dedicated estimator

Quote returned via email/post within 24 hours

Account Management Sales Team monitor quote status

Once order confirmed and on-site date agreed and scheduled:
Job file raised flagging all planning and organisational matters
Risk Assessment Method Statement produced
Terms of Business finalised
Site visit arranged and client debriefed as required
Floor Screed ordered, delivered and installed
Project handover

Dedicated after care supervisor to deal with any queries or snagging issues

Why choose us?

Not all floor screed companies are the same…


Our management team will ensure that all programmed works are carried out within a specified time limit making sure your programme stays on schedule, whatever the size of the job

Rapid response
We turn round enquiries with an accurate response within a maximum of 48 hours and have the manpower and resources to fulfil urgent jobs, large or small, wherever they are in the UK mainland

Quality Floor Screed
We only work with ready mixed factory batched products made in quality controlled plants, eliminating the errors and dangers often associated with site mixed floor screeds

Competitive pricing
All works priced by JCW Floor Screeding are competitive due to our supply chain economies of scale produced through bulk buying.

Excellent relationships with our suppliers
Because we have established trading accounts with leading Floor Screed suppliers like Tarmac, Cemex, Premier and Lafarge, we can quickly source and order screed anywhere in the UK mainland

Easy ways to pay
We offer a combination of full account, credit or debit card payment options to suit.

With twenty years floor screeding experience and 40,000 quotes behind us, we can honestly say we have met every imaginable on site problem, whether it involves access, the special needs of an industry sector like rail stations or screed specification.

A pro-active “can do” approach
For the helpful staff here at JCW Floor Screeding there are no problems, only solutions.

We always offer a prompt site visit
We will always visit the site before carrying out any works to flag any issues.

All our operatives are CSCS card registered, have NVQ2 qualifications and are competent using laser levelling equipment and are issued with all personal protection equipment.

Committed to Health and Safety
JCW Floor Screeding retains the services of Comply at Work, a specialist Health and Safety Consultancy with an in-depth expertise in the Construction and Civil Engineering sectors. We offer full client support in this vital area with risk assessment and materials safety data sheets and comprehensive public liability insurance protection – see our Health & Safety page  page for more information.

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If you need more information or advice about floorscreeding for your project or an urgent price, use our Quick Quote facility now.

Frequently Asked Question’s

What are the benefits of commercial floor screeding?

Here at JCW Floor Screeding, our floor screeds can give your commercial flooring a smoother and more attractive finish after lots of foot traffic.

They fill in any holes or cracks that may have occurred over time on floor coverings and level out any depressions or indents – ensuring a flat surface that’s safe and comfortable for your staff and visitors to walk on.

Floor screeding also provides a sturdy and level base for the next stage of floor covering – be it tiles, carpet, or wood – preventing lumps and bumps.

If you have underfloor heating in your commercial property, our screeds can be applied to these floors to ensure heat is distributed evenly throughout the room. This ultimately eliminates hot and cold spots

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How much does commercial floor screeding cost?

The cost of a floor screed project can vary depending on the type, quality and depth of the florr screed required and the size of your floor. Other factors that influence the cost include where you’re based and how accessible your floors are.

Before we provide a price for commercial floor screeding, we like to know a little bit about your project first, particularly your budget and timescale. That’s why we will always conduct a thorough site survey and provide a fair estimate.

To discuss your requirements with our team and receive a free, no-obligation quote for commercial floor screeding, give us a call on 01204 387 029 or drop us an email at estimating@jcwgroup.co.uk. We’ll get back to you with an accurate price and arrange a convenient time to screed your commercial floors.

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How do you prepare for floor screeding?

There are a few things you need to do to prepare your commercial floor for screeding. These include clearing the area, shuffling furniture between rooms and removing the existing floor covering.

It’s also worth sweeping or hoovering any dust, dirt and debris from the subfloor. Such particles can prevent the mixture from settling evenly.

For more tips on how to achieve the best results from commercial floor screeding, don’t hesitate to contact the experts at JCW Floor Screeding.

Always on hand to help, we’ll gladly guide and advise you on how to prepare your floors for professional screeding – ensuring maximum efficiency and quality.

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Can screed be a final floor finish?

Yes! Although most people opt for commercial floor screeding to prepare subfloors for a final covering (e.g. carpet, tiles, wooden planks, etc), it looks fantastic on its own.

A bare screed floor is typically used where a minimalist finish is favoured. More than that though, it’s often more cost-effective to leave it exposed in commercial environments.

If you’d like to discuss your commercial floor screeding project in detail with a professional, you’re more than welcome to get in touch with us.

Either call us on 01204 387 029, email estimating@jcwgroup.co.uk or send us a message via our online enquiry form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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What’s The Difference Between Traditional Screed and Liquid Screed

Traditional screed, also known as sand and cement screed, is made by mixing sand, cement, and water. It’s applied manually, used in thicker layers and can take several weeks to fully dry. Liquid screed, also known as self-levelling screed, is a premixed blend of fine aggregates, cement, and water. It’s poured or pumped onto the floor and spread out evenly in a thin layer. Liquid screed is usually chosen for time-conscious projects because it dries quicker, especially in jobs with underfloor heating systems.

If you’d like to discuss any of your commercial projects in detail with a floor screed professional, you’re more than welcome to get in touch with us.

For all your floor screed needs, call us on 01204 387 029, email estimating@jcwgroup.co.uk, or send us a message via our online enquiry form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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