What We Do
There is more to levelling a concrete floor than you might realise.
Below is the typical process.
- Clear all items from the room
- Check for high and low points
- Clean the floor
- Fill low points
- Level the floor out
- Smooth out the surface
- Vacuum and clean the area
Concrete is one of the most durable and longest-lasting building materials. However, it’s not uncommon for cracks or depressions to form in even the most expertly poured concrete.
Fixing these issues before laying a new flooring type works to prevent surface imperfections from becoming deeper, structural problems. If you’re planning to install flooring over the slab, the concrete needs to be level if it’s going to function properly as a subfloor.
There’s no point in laying good quality floor surfaces on a surface that’s not level, smooth and free of cracks.
Professional preparation of concrete is absolutely essential. Before you can think about laying a subfloor for your flooring surface type, you must deal with the concrete floor and make sure it is super flat.
We have over 20 years’ experience in concrete flooring preparation and levelling and we’re always on-hand to offer our expert advice to current and prospective clients.
We’ve never seen a concrete floor we can’t fix, we promise to deliver you:
- A super flat floor
- Quick turnaround times
- Clean result