Whether you’re looking for floor screeding in Liverpool for an apartment or shopping centre, the screed gangs at JCW are experts and ensure a professional service for all clients.

Accommodating the needs of building contractors, construction companies and self-builders across Liverpool, no project is too big or too small for us at JCW. Let us help you to achieve a smooth, level floor surface, ready for a floor finish of your choice. Choose from:

Selecting the right type of floor screed is crucial – if you’re unsure which is the best choice for your Liverpool project, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the JCW professionals. We will happily guide and advise – helping you to achieve the best result.


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Request a quote for Floor Screed in Liverpool

Looking to reap the benefits of a smoother, flatter floor surface? Be sure to request a free quote for floor screed in Liverpool today. We make the process simple. All you need to do is email your requirements to us at estimating@jcwgroup.co.uk and we’ll provide a tailored quotation.

If you’re happy to proceed after receiving your quote for floor screeding in Liverpool, let us know and we’ll get started right away – making sure work meets your build schedule.

Why JCW for Floor Screeding in Liverpool

In choosing JCW for floor screeding in Liverpool, you can relax in the knowledge that you’re in capable hands. With more than 25 years’ experience, JCW has earned a superb reputation for quality screeds and customer service – arranging their services around what works best for you.

We offer comprehensive public liability insurance – meaning that should a problem arise, we will make sure that it’s rectified efficiently. We can also provide you with designated contact points for aftercare support.

For more information about our floor screeding services in Liverpool, call us on 01204 387 029 or email estimating@jcwgroup.co.uk.


Frequently Asked Question

Which floor screed is best for my project?

First, you need to decide between liquid and traditional (sand and cement) floor screed.

Liquid screed is often self-levelling and is usually the more expensive option, with traditional screed working out much more budget-friendly. Traditional screeds aren’t self-levelling, therefore require more skill when installing, however, this makes them beneficial in areas where completely level floors are unwanted – in wetrooms for example.

Here at JCW Floor Screeding, we supply and install three types of sand and cement floor screed:

·         Fibre reinforced sand and cement floor screed

This fibre reinforced floor screed has polypropylene fibres dispersed evenly throughout the mix to help minimise shrinkage and cracking. These fibres also improve toughness, making this screed ideal for more industrial areas – within factories and warehouses, for example.

·         Higher strength sand and cement floor screed

Higher strength floor screed contains additives which enable the screed to reach strengths of more than 30Nmm2. This screed is great for use in buildings that receive high levels of foot traffic – retail units, for example.

·         Quick drying sand and   cement floor screed

The additives within quick drying floor screed enable it to dry much quicker than other types of screed. This means your final flooring can be laid on top of the screed much faster, often after just five days. The low water-to-cement ratio also reduces any shrinkage during the drying stage. This screed is great for use in areas that need their normal foot traffic to return quickly.

How do I get a quote from JCW for floor screeding in Liverpool?

Getting a quote for your floor screeding couldn’t be simpler.

Before we quote for your work, we need to know a bit about your project.

Firstly, we need to know how large the area is. This will allow us to accurately estimate how much floor screed will be required, as well as how long the screed will take to lay.

When requesting your quote, architect’s drawings are also always appreciated. We know these aren’t always readily available, but if yours is, send us a copy. This will allow us to examine the area in a bit more detail.

Next, we need to know where your site is located. The further we need to travel, the more we will need to charge to cover our petrol.

Knowing where your site is will also give us an idea of how accessible it is. If it isn’t the easiest to access, we may need to make additional arrangements – using a smaller tipper vehicle for example.

If you already know which screed you require, that’s great – just let us know. If you’re unsure, our experts are happy to go through the benefits of each and share their professional advice.

When you’re happy with your quote we can visit your site to fully assess the area we’re going to screed.

What does floor screeding do?

Floor screed is laid on top of your subfloor, which is usually made up of concrete or an insulation panel.

Many choose floor screed to level out an uneven subfloor, making it comfortable and, most importantly, safe to walk over.

Ultimately, floor screeding provides a smooth layer to which your final flooring can be applied.

Any final flooring can be laid on top of the screed, whether it be carpet or laminate, real wood or luxury vinyl tiles. Sometimes screed is left as the final flooring, but this is usually just in areas where a final flooring would likely become scratched or scuffed – within a warehouse for example.

Often fibres and additives are mixed into the screed to increase certain properties. Polypropylene fibres, for example, improve toughness.

If you’re still unsure whether floor screeding is required for your project, get in touch with our friendly team. Simply call us on 01204 387 029 or fill in our online form.

Can I screed my own floor?

Technically yes, you can screed your own floor. But it is often a tricky process, especially if you’ve never done it before.

Incorrect installation can lead to cracks, uneven surfaces and insufficient strength.

Professional floor screeders in Liverpool have been trained to ensure the perfect screed installation each and every time. They have the skills and knowledge to make the process as efficient as possible.

Should you decide to screed your own floor, this is the process you should follow when laying sand and cement screed:

Step one

First, you need to divide your floor space into sections using straight pieces of timber. If you wet these pieces of timber beforehand, they’ll be easier to remove later on.

Step two

Apply your screed to the section furthest away from the door. Use a towel to make sure the screed covers every part of this section, compacting it as you go.

Step three

Run another piece of timber over the top of your screed, level with the timber on either side of the section to make sure the screed is level.

Step four

Repeat steps two and three for each of the other sections, working your way towards the door.

Step five

Your screed now needs to be left alone to cure, which usually takes around 48 hours. After it has dried, light foot traffic can return, but heavier traffic should wait until it is completely dry – your screed provider should be able to advise you of the exact timeframe.