Traditional and Self-levelling


The screed is the surface support layer on which the finishing floor is then laid (resin, PVC, tile coating). It has a thickness ranging from 1 to 8 cm.

Screeds: types and features

The screeds are made of different thicknesses. The choice of thickness varies according to the type of use and the project specifications.

We realize:

Screeds in sand and cement.

The traditional sand and cement screeds use material produced directly on site by mixing sand, cement and water. The mix can be made with manual systems, rather than automatic (silos and mixers), the equipment can also be mounted on trucks that serve both as a means of transport and as systems for mixing and pumping the material.

There are different types:

  • Traditional screeds in sand and cement;
  • Quick-drying screeds in sand and cement;
  • Premixed;
  • Quick-drying premixed;
  • Premixed expanded clay lightened subbase.


They are a type of screeds made with cement, sand and chemical additives, which, combined with water, make the mix very fluid and easily leveled.

  • Self-levelling concrete base;
  • Self-levelling anhydrite base.