Leading Suppliers of Liquid Screed in Dorset, Hampshire, and Wiltshire

Looking to create a smooth, level surface for your commercial or residential project? With our liquid screed supply and installation service, you’ll have the perfect foundation for your project in no time.

Our experienced team use top-of-the-line equipment to deliver and lay a high-quality, self-levelling screed that’s ideal for new builds and renovation projects alike. It’s quick-drying and can be walked on in as little as 24 hours, so you can get back to working on your project without the hassle of a long wait.

We cover all of Poole, Weymouth, and Dorchester, as well as Hampshire and Wiltshire.

For a free quote on liquid screed, fill out the form below – we’re happy to answer your questions and explain more about our flowing screed supply and installation service, so don’t hesitate to reach out today!


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Fast-drying Liquid Screed in Dorset, Hampshire & Wiltshire.
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    Types of Liquid Screed

    We supply a range of liquid floor screed types, including Cemfloor and Longfloor. If you’re unsure which is the correct choice for your project, we’re more than willing to advise.


    Cemfloor Brochure


    Cemfloor Data Sheet

    Cemfloor Liquid Screed

    Cemfloor Therm is a specially formulated self-levelling cementitious floor screed. A mixture of Cemfloor binder, cement, water, and sand, it can be applied to a wide range of floor types.

    Longfloor Liquid Screed

    Longfloor is a limestone-based binder containing specially selected additives. When mixed with cement, sand, and water, it produces a free-flowing cementitious screed suitable for all types of flooring applications.


    Longfloor Datasheet

    Why Choose Eco Screeding for Liquid Screed?

    Benefits of our Fast-Drying Liquid Floor Screed

    Liquid Screeding Testimonials

    Liquid Screed FAQs

    What is liquid screed?

    Liquid screed is a type of material used for general-purpose floors and as a base for underfloor heating systems. As the name suggests, it’s applied in a liquid state and then allowed to cure and harden to form a smooth, level surface. It’s typically composed of a mixture of cement, water, and various additives that help to enhance its self-levelling, quick-drying, and thermal conduction capabilities.

    How long does it take for liquid screed to set?

    Our liquid screed will be typically ready to walk on after 24 hours and ready for a floor covering to be applied after 14 days. With that said, the exact drying time can vary depending on the type and amount of additives used, the thickness of the screed layer, and the ambient temperature and humidity.

    When you get in touch with us, we can provide you with more specific information on the drying time and curing process for your screed mixture.

    Is liquid screed self levelling?

    Yes. Liquid screed has excellent flowability and will seek its own level when poured, creating a smooth, flat surface without the need for extensive manual levelling. This is due to the unique composition of the screed, which includes various additives that help to enhance its fluidity and self-levelling properties.

    Does liquid screed crack?

    Whilst liquid screed has the potential to crack, proper installation and maintenance can dramatically reduce this risk. Common causes of cracking include inadequate thickness, improper installation, and insufficient drying or curing time. To minimise cracking, it’s important to work with experienced installers who follow best practices, ensure the screed is allowed to dry and cure properly, and prepare the subfloor appropriately.

    Can liquid screed be polished?

    Yes. Liquid screed can be polished by using a series of progressively finer diamond abrasive pads to grind and polish the surface, resulting in a highly reflective finish that resembles polished concrete.

    Is liquid screed strong?

    Yes. Once dry, liquid screed creates a strong and durable flooring surface that can withstand heavy loads and foot traffic. It gets its strength from a combination of cement, aggregates, and other additives in its composition, and can be further reinforced with fibre or mesh if needed.

    Is liquid screed more expensive?

    Due to the specialised equipment, materials, and know-how needed for its installation, liquid screed is generally more expensive than traditional sand and cement screed.

    However, it’s also quicker to install, more durable, and is more efficient when paired with underfloor heating. Whilst it may have a higher initial cost, the reduced labour time and maintenance usually end up making it a more cost-effective option in the long term.

    How deep should liquid screed be?

    The necessary depth of liquid screed varies depending on the project, but typically ranges from a minimum thickness of 35 mm for unbonded screeds to 50 mm for bonded screeds. However, areas with heavier traffic loads or incorporated in an underfloor heating system may require a thicker layer.

    When you reach out to us, our expert team will help you determine the exact depth of liquid screed needed for your project, based on factors such as the intended use and load-bearing requirements.

    How much liquid screed do I need?

    The amount of liquid screed you require will depend on the surface area that will be covered, the desired thickness of the screed, and the specific product being used. It’s important to take accurate measurements of the space to determine the amount of liquid screed you will need. We can also help by providing an estimate based on your project’s requirements.

    Contact Us

    For a competitive quote on liquid self-leveling screed, contact the team at Eco Screeding today. Whatever the size of your project, we have the knowledge and expertise to help.