Screed flooring solution

Heidelberg Materials EasyFlow screed

Screed is a layer of material placed on a substrate to make it smooth and level so that it is ready to receive the finished floor covering.

Heidelberg Materials EasyFlow screed is a high-quality cement-based free-flowing material suitable for all internal domestic and commercial floors. Like all screeds, it is not intended to be the finished, wearing surface.

EasyFlow screed is self-compacting and pump-applied, making it quick and easy to place. As a result, areas of up to 1,000m2 can be installed in a day. It can also accept foot traffic 24 hours after installation and allows trades to commence work seven days after placing.

Compared with other screed solutions, EasyFlow screed offers improved thermal conductivity (up to 2.9W/mk), providing more effective heating and cooling, particularly when used with underfloor heating systems.

We offer technical support and advice on all aspects of the product and its installation including movement joints, drying times and the use of sealers and primers.


  • Self-compacting
  • Pump-applied
  • BS 8204 compliant
  • Suitable for all types of internal floor, including unbonded or floating floors
  • Suitable for underfloor heating
  • No reinforcement required
  • Improved thermal conductivity
  • Requires no grinding or curing
  • Dries within 21-28 days, in ideal conditions (20°C 65% R/H)
  • Very low shrinkage
  • Non-combustible

Contact us

John Malone - Screed technical sales officer: 0797 760 5040
Theo Starie- Technical sales officer: 07816 197280
East London customer service: 0330 678 1623
West London customer service: 0330 678 1620


Heidelberg Materials is a member of the Quality Scheme for Ready-mixed Concrete (QSRMC) and all our products carry this certification.

Sustainable concrete solutions

Heidelberg Materials concrete can incorporate a proportion of Regen, a cement replacement material that generates a much lower level of embodied CO2 emissions than ordinary cement, minimising environmental impact. Recycled aggregates can also be incorporated subject to local availability and mix design.

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