Alternatives to screed

Alternatives to screed


Cement screed is the most popular substrate for a floor covering. But there are also other materials that offer an alternative to screed.

Screed provides a clean and even surface on which tiles and other floors can be laid. Cement screed is especially popular.

What alternative is there to screed?

A good alternative to screed are Fermacell gypsum fiberboards. These have a high insulation and are well suited in the living area and for damp rooms. The plates are suitable for all floor coverings. They are immediately accessible and dry. Stirring or pouring is not necessary. The material consists of gypsum fiber boards and a natural insulation material. It is hardly flammable and therefore has advantages for fire protection. In addition, the panels reduce the airborne and impact sound.

If you want to do without screed, you can also use wood panels. These are attached with a battens and appropriate insulation. The underground is a concrete about 20 centimeters thick. Laminate or parquet can be optimally laid on wooden boards. The impact sound is sufficiently provided by the wood and the insulation.

Another alternative to the normal cement screed are large sheets of dry screed. They are easy to process and lay and provide a solid base for the floor covering. The panels are durable and the material is suitable for laying tiles in all working and living areas. Installing underfloor heating is also no problem here.

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The right one Subfloor Selection

There is a large choice of subfloor options. In all variants, a clean processing is important. Cement screed, in contrast to dry screed, has to dry in peace. Gypsum fiber boards do not require rest, but are immediately accessible. The work is progressing faster and the effort is minimal. Wood panels can be laid quickly and easily and provide an optimal surface. A calculation of the amount of material needed is important. Remains take back many DIY stores on commission.

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