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Floor screeding: the way it’s meant to be

Chester’s screeding contractors, providing an accomplished floor screeding service throughout the North West and beyond.

No job too big or small. No project too challenging

William Lea Ltd have been supplying and installing screeds to the UK's largest main contractors, to some of the most prestigious projects in the UK, for over 20 years.

We pride ourselves on the quality of service we offer and have provided solutions to many technically challenging projects that other screeding contractors have shied away from.

Whilst we are based in Chester and our workforce live in and around Liverpool, we offer coverage to the entire UK having worked in places such as Skibo Castle (Scotland), Isle of Man, Belfast, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Anglesey, Penzance, Plymouth, Inverness, London and Hastings.

We offer screed packages including insulation, void former, gas membranes, epoxy DPM coatings, reinforcement and structural concrete slab alternatives.

All screeds are installed to SR2 tolerance as standard, but SR1 tolerance is available on request.

More than 20 years’ expertise in floor screeding, nationwide


Floor screeding that provides the very best solution in line with your budget and the requirements of your build. We own our own fleet of screed pumps to mix and pump our own sand and cement screed to ensure the finished product is up to our own exacting quality standards.

Floor Finishes

Screed can even be used to finish off a floor, and is a relatively quick and simple process, especially when liquid screeds are used. Opting for a polished screed finish means you won’t have to bother with expensive floor coverings! Options include epoxy resin, polyurethane and waterproofing finishes.

Structural Screeds

Structural screed is designed to bear heavy loads and be resistant to friction and impact, and as such comes fibre reinforced to provide an incredibly strong layer that that isn’t going to shrink, curl or crack.

Mechanical Movement Joints

There are some situations in which structural movement is inevitable and expected. This is where mechanical movement joints come into play. They absorb the movement that takes place due to temperature fluctuations, preventing cracking and a loss of stability from taking place.

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