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Flooring in the housing industry

Dry concrete underlay

 Our services include also professional concrete underlayments, with the use of a mixokret (a device, which using a hope, can transport screed to great distance- even a couple of storeys high). The material transported by the device is a mixture of sand, cement and small amount of water. Thanks to it, we perform underlayments applying a „semi- dry” method. After the mixokret transports the mixture, also called a screed, into the place of the built-in, and after laying and levelling it, (applying a special method, with the use of a laser leveller) we prepare the screed using power floats.

The aim of this layer (called- screed, a word borrowed from German: Estrich, used for naming jointless floor or floor underlayment) is to level the surface of, e.g. a ceiling before applying a finishing, which can be terracotta or other floor tiles, a parquet floor, fitted carpet or plastic and the like.

Screeds are made in the form of a „semi- dry” mixture laid on:

  • Screeds on separated layers (not cooperating with one another) in the form of a myler or tar paper,

  • Floating screeds – laid on the thermal and sound insulation layer and separated from the vertical elements of the construction by thinner insulating strips of semi- stiff sponge 5 mm thick. The construction of floors with floating underlayments is characterised by a great thermal and sound insulation. This type of underlayments is also used in building of floor heating systems in the foundation.