Everything You Need to Know About Screed Flooring
There are a lot of different flooring solutions available if you own a factory or warehouse, many of which are provided by the team here at Impact Flooring. Though we have a lot of businesses coming to us needing a new floor, we find that many aren’t too sure of what flooring option is best suited to them. Often, we suggest screed flooring as with its characteristics and strength, it’s a great choice for many. So, what is screed flooring and what do you need to know?
What Is Screed Flooring?
Many factories and warehouses have a screed floor, but those that don’t are not always aware of what it is. Screed flooring is used with epoxy and polyurethane materials, both of which are liquid resins; these combine together to create the screed flooring we use at Impact Flooring. If a floor is damaged, worn or simply old and in need of an update screed flooring is often recommended. Rather than installing an entirely new floor, screed is used to bring the floor up to a high standard without needing to start from scratch.
Epoxy and polyurethane screed flooring can be applied with a decent thickness, which is where it gets its strength from. It can be installed upon existing floors in order to add durability and resistance. For example, screed flooring can resist a lot of high impact movement and offers anti-slip properties.
Why Choose Screed Flooring?
There are a number of reasons why you should choose screed flooring, strength and durability being two of the most important. However, there are others as well. Screed flooring can be installed in many different colours and it can be personalised with company colours and logos, which leaves a highly professional finish. It can also withstand heavy machinery, daily use and frequent cleaning. In terms of longevity, screed flooring stands the test of time even in the most extreme industries. It’s extremely popular among those in the food processing industry as well as those who have a lot of traffic, machinery and forklifts being used daily.
At Impact Flooring we like to offer the entire range of flooring solutions, meaning we’re able to cater to all industries of any size. Whether you have an idea of the type of flooring you’re after or you’d like an expert’s opinion, we can help. Get in touch today on 0247 648 7025 or via our online contact form.