Induced Joints and Crack Repairs

Saving you money on post-installation work

 

 

Once your new screed is laid and fully cured, it’s important to create induced joints at certain points across the floor to allow the screed to expand and contract freely. These joints are quick and easy to do yourself, with the help of our DIY guide.

 

Cracks are easily remedied too – and by doing this work yourself using our self-help information, you could save yourself hundreds of pounds.

 

For more support call the team on 0800 756 1394.

Saving you money on post-installation work

 

 

Once your new screed is laid and fully cured, it’s important to create induced joints at certain points across the floor to allow the screed to expand and contract freely. These joints are quick and easy to do yourself, with the help of our DIY guide.

 

Cracks are easily remedied too – and by doing this work yourself using our self-help information, you could save yourself hundreds of pounds.

 

For more support call the team on 0800 756 1394.

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