Heritage Gardens Development Receives ScreedBoard Soundproofing
Cellecta’s award winning dry screed flooring system ScreedBoard 28 has been installed into an exciting new development Heritage Gardens, a collection of homes on the outskirts of Biggleswade.
This historical town in the heart of picturesque Bedfordshire is the perfect location for this stunning development, with its modern design it fits in well with the other contemporary houses in the community. The market town of Biggleswade is full of charm and character which dates back to 10,000 BC making it a great place to live and explore.
Easy Installation on all Floors
1100m2 of ScreedBoard 28 was installed into this extraordinary project. ScreedBoard 28 is suitable for all floor types and is frequently viewed as the solution of choice for new build and refurbishment developments. With its interlocking edges for installation convenience, high density and unique resilient layer it provides unrivalled acoustic performance.
Speed up Build Times with Dry Screed Flooring
As a dry screed flooring system, the award winning ScreedBoard removes the drying times associated with wet screeds. Dry properties allow floor finishes to be introduced immediately and for developments to be completed sooner.
On ground floors they can help achieve optimum underfloor heating conditions for occupants, on upper floors they can be used as a combined heating and sound proofing solution. ScreedBoard’s low thermal resistance allow them to outperform common floor finishes including wet screeds and chip boards.
- Only 28mm thick
- Suitable for all types of timber and concrete floors
- Robust Detail treatment for E-FT-5, EF-T-6 and FFT4 compliant
- Hard wearing surface, looks and feels like a screed
- Interlocking edges – no need for screws
- Easy to cut and install, can be cut with a hand or skill saw
For more technical information about ScreedBoard and its suitability for your existing and upcoming projects view the product page, alternatively contact Cellecta’s technical team on 08456 71-71-74 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org