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ATiler Tiling Perth can supply and install many screed types, including the most common floor screed manufactured using a 4:1 mix of Portland cement and plasterers sand. These mixes can also have performance-enhancing additives added to the mix to increase the screed's strength and durability. Another type of screed we can apply is acoustic tile underlay, which will significantly reduce the impact of sound level on your tiled floor areas. At Tiler Tiling Perth, your screed specialist, we can help you with any screeding requirements for your next Tiling Project as we provide tile screeding services from start to a finished product. 

Most wet areas and main floors may require screeding to fix your uneven floor and to achieve the correct falls. Floor screeding in all wet areas, including your bathroom, balcony, and laundry, is crucial for the whole tiling system. If done incorrectly, you may have ponding or leaking water issues. Screed that has been mixed poorly could end up being week and crumbly, which can break down in time. Also, If the screed has been incorrectly applied to the surface, it can become loose or drummy, which could be costly to fix and cause damage to your property. At Tiler Tiling Perth, we have 26 years of experience in floor screeding Perth and can make sure your floor screed it's done the first time correctly.

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Bonded Screeds

A bonded floor screed is when a screed is bonded to a concrete substrate by using a slurry of cement, adhesives and additives, this type of screed is best between the thickness of 15mm to 50mm and is classed as a thin screed type, which is the main standard screed used in Western Australian wet area situations including bathroom screeds, laundry screeds, toilet screeds and even main floor screeds. The main advantage of using an bonded floor screed is strength.

Unbonded Screeds

What are unbonded screeds? Unbonded screeds are not directly bonded to a substrate, and they are typically applied/ bonded to a damp-proof membrane making the screed separate from the base. This type of screed is best when it has a thickness greater than 50mm, but it can also be applied thinner if additives are used in the screed mix. The main advantage of using an unbonded floor screed is that it minimises the risk of shrinkage, which can lead to cracking.

Acoustic Underlay / Floating Screeds  

A Floating screed is similar to an unbonded screed but generally laid on a layer of insulation. They are commonly used in situations where underfloor heating is being used and or for situations where acoustic insulation is used. A floating screed requires a minimum thickness of 50mm in residential and 75mm in commercial applications. The main advantage of using an acoustic screed underlay is eliminating the impact sound noise in homes or offices.


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