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As the longest established liquid floor screeding company in Ireland, Easyscreed are the sole suppliers and nationwide installers of Easy Screed. Our vastly experienced site and office staff have dealt with the installation of over 200,000 m² of throughout ...

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EasyScreed 162 Richmond Road, Fairview, Dublin 3, Ireland +353 (01) 837 3555 Email: info@easyscreed.ie

Easyscreed

Easy Screed is a self-levelling liquid, natural floor screed. A fast, efficient alternative to traditional sand and cement floor screed, Easy Screed is designed for smoothing and levelling floors before installation of the final floor finishes. Easy...

Aftercare & Drying

Aftercare After the pour we suggest the recommendations on our Aftercare sheet should be followed. Drying Easy Screed dries naturally at a rate of 1 day per millimetre thickness, at an outside temperature of 20ºC. However this can be greatly ...

Benefits of using Easy Screed

Here are some reasons to use Easy Screed Quick to lay Time saving Less labour intensive Can have foot traffic 9 hours after pouring Low shrinkage No cracking Requires no additional reinforcement Rapidly achieves high...

Easy Screed, Underfloor Heating & the Environment

Thin Screed Concept When traditional cement screeds are used with underfloor heating they need to be a minimum of 75mm to try to prevent cracking in the floor when the heat is turned on. With this depth of screed, you essentially turn the underfloor...

Installing Floor Finishes

Before installation of the final floor finish, the following steps should be taken: Step 1) Turn on heating (where applicable) Where underfloor heating has been installed, it can be turned on 2 days after Easy Screed has been poured. This...

Project Reference List & Recommended Downloads

Easy Screed Downloads 1) General Brochure 2) Detailed Brochure 3) Product Specification 4) Before and aftercare 5) Primer G Product Information Project Reference List Site Location Client Description Stag Park,...

Site Preparation & Application Process

As part of our service, we conduct a site visit prior to each pour. At this time we will assess the access to the site, the water supply and finalised details of the site preparation, answering any questions you may have. Given that Easy Screed is...

Technical Specifications

Technical Properties Flow (DIN 1060 Tes) 240-260mm Plastic Density 2060 - 2130 kg/cubic meter BRE Impact Test Less than 2mm Flexural Strength 4-6 N/square mm Dry Shinkage Less than 0.02% Time to light...

Understanding Screeds – Which to use?

When it comes to choosing a screed for your build, there are many options available; mainly Traditional sand and cement screeds Anhydrite screeds Alphahemihydrate screeds - Easy Screed Please refer to our comparative tables below, and...

What depth and when to pour?

Deciding screed thickness With underfloor heating We recommend pouring between 35mm and 50mm of Easy Screed. This depth includes the diameter of the pipe. Deciding the final thickness will be defined by a number of factors including the size and...

What is Easy Screed?

Easy Screed is a self-levelling liquid, natural floor screed. A fast, efficient alternative to traditional sand and cement floor screed, Easy Screed is designed for smoothing and levelling floors before installation of the final floor finishes. Easy...

Where can Easy Screed be used?

Easy Screed is ideal for use in three key applications: As a topping over both electric & water underfloor heating pipes. As a levelling screed over existing concrete sub-floors. As a finishing screed over insulation. Our unique,...

Soundproofing

To comply with Part E of the Building regulations, it is necessary to install some type of soundproofing materials onto your floors. Timber floors are lightweight structures and due to gaps, between floorboards, they generally do not perform well at...

Recommended Solutions

Easy Screed combined with each of these materials offer sound-proofing solutions to exceed the current building regulations. ENKASONIC Enkasonic is a sound control matting used in floor construction and renovation. It is a composite of nylon filaments...

Enkasonic

Enkasonic is a sound control matting used in floor construction and renovation. It is a composite of nylon filaments that forms a three-dimensional mat 10mm thick. A non-woven fabric is heat-bonded to the upper surface. The product was designed initially...

Ethafoam

Ethafoam is a resilient layer installed to isolate the screed from timber floors and structural concrete slabs. It is used to reduce the impact sound by limiting the amount of vibrations transmitted from the wearing course. There is little preparation...

Lewis Sheeting

Lewis Dovetailed Sheeting offers a strong, light-weight floating floor option, which minimises noise transfer. For best soundproofing results, the sheets are laid over insulation strips which are placed directly on to the joist. A seperating strip of...

Soundproofing in the home

Problems with sound in new and existing dwellings are often a cause for concern.Easyscreed recommended various solutions to minimise noise transfer in new and existing dwellings Sound can travel in two ways: 1) Through air which is know as Airborne...

Test Results for Sound-Proof Floors

Easyscreed has commissioned an independent tester to assess the sound insulation performances of various floor make-ups, incorporating Ethafoam and Enkasonic acoustic mats, with an Easy Screed topping. Tests were carried out at various sites, including...

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