Quick drying solution for screed floors
When people ask, “How long does it take for a wet screed floor to dry?” they are frequently shocked by the answer. The usual formula that experts quote is that you should allow 1 day of drying time per millimetre of screed. This means that a typical 70mm screed floor will take 2 and a half months to dry! And that’s when the weather conditions are good. Damp or cold weather will slow down the drying rate so it might be considerably longer before you can begin laying tiles or wooden flooring on top of your screed.
Drying the screed flooring is a significant challenge for anyone planning a building project. No one likes delays. You might be a commercial builder who wants to complete the job and move onto the next one or you might be a self-builder who wants to move into your new house as soon as possible. Or perhaps you are installing an underfloor heating system in your home, while you are still living there.
Whoever you are, the Force-Dry service will help you dry your screed floor fast so you can move on to the next stage in your project. Our range of portable boilers offer the perfect screed drying system which you can hire for as long (or short!) a time as you need it.
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Tailored screed floor solutions
Our skilled team of plumbers will find out more about your project and advise you on the best Force-Dry system for your situation. Force-Dry can also work with under floor