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Easy Level Screed

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Roadstone Easy Level Screed is a factory-produced flowing cementitious floor screed. Installation is fast and efficient, when using underfloor heating the screed flows readily around the pipes encasing them on full giving superior heat transfer. It is self leveling and creates a smooth and level surface that can accommodate different floor coverings such as Wood, Carpet & Tile.

It incorporates high performance plasticisers, anti-shrink additives and fibres to produce an easy to install self-compacting self-leveling durable floor.


  • Easy and quick to places
  • Much less labour intensive
  • Improved consistency of compaction
  • Flows around under-floor heating pipes
  • High quality level smooth finish with minimal effort


  • Foot traffic after 24 hours under normal drying conditions
  • Improved heat transfer from under-floor heating
  • Can be tiled after 7 days when liquid damp-proof membrane applied
  • Strong durable surface suitable as finished floor

Technical Specification

Roadstone Easy Level Screed is available in 3 strength classes.

Description Compressive Strength Flexural Strength
Easy Level Screed
D6 C20 F4
C20 F4
Easy Level Screed
D6 C25 F5
C25 F5
Easy Level Screed
D6 C30 F6
C30 F6


Application : – Non Structural Domestic & Commercial Buildings

Floor Coverings :- Suitable for all types of floor coverings once the optimum moisture content is achieved and suitable adhesives are used.

Site Guide or Onsite Procedure /Pre-installation Guidelines & Preparation of Substrate:-

Bonded Screed the area should be free of dirt & debris , the area should be wetted down to improve bond or a proprietary bonding agent should be used, excessive water should be removed from the area. Movement joints should be planned prior to placing and cast in joints should be secured to the slab to prevent drifting of the joint during placing process, the walls should be separated from the screed by the use of a 10mm upstand. Light steel or polypropylene mesh should be placed at areas most likely to crack, i.e. protruding fire breasts, or at external angles/changes in direction.

Unbonded floating screed ( i.e. on insulation). The insulation should be level and covering the full area, with no gaps or holes as these will act as anchor points and induce cracking, a light plastic DPM should be place over the insulation to stop loss of screed and stop any chemical reaction between the screed and the insulation. Underfloor heating pipes should be fixes firmly to the insulation to provide the correct cover. Movement joints should be place prior to placement of the screed as saw cutting joints is not suitable/compatible with under floor heating, Any creases in the DPM should be removed – DPM’s should not be placed over the pipes.