FlexiDry: the Chosen Name in Sustainable Construction

FlexiDry is the favourite choice in sustainable construction, and is among the chosen names by sustainable energy solution providers like Warmafloor and Willmot Dixon. FlexiDry was lately used for screeding over 1400 sq.m underfloor heating at Samuel Ward Arts and Technology College, Haverhill, Suffolk. FlexiDry provided the screeding solution, with minimal wastage, quick drying time and reduced requirement of cement.

High Wycombe, United Kingdom, June 29, 2011 --(PR.com)-- FlexiDry figured as the ideal screeding choice for the new Science and Technology Centre for Samuel Ward Arts and Technology College, Haverhill, Suffolk. The school which was rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted was lately upgraded to ‘Academy’ status as a recognition for excellence in all round performance.

The screeding project which was for 1400sq.m of underfloor heating was done for Warmafloor, subcontracted by Mitie Mechnanical and electrical on behalf of principle contractors Willmot Dixon- leaders in sustainable energy solutions.

As sustainability is becoming the norm in construction today, much attention is being paid to the kind of materials used in construction. It is found that more than 1.25 tons of carbon dioxide is emitted in the process of production of every ton of cement. Added to this are the huge amounts of non recyclable waste and non-biodegradable landfill generated onsite.

FlexiDry fast drying floor screeds are very much in demand for sustainable construction projects now as they provide a quick and efficient screeding solution while being sustainable. Not only is the cement requirement much lower for FlexiDry but wastage is also negligible as the screed just needs to be mixed according to requirement. Flexidry screeds are 100% recyclable as well and can be processed completely to be blended with concrete for further use.

Moreover, FlexiDry complements underfloor heating perfectly by serving as a good thermal conductor and keeping the energy requirement at the source low.

Also, while screeding floors with underfloor heating, it could be a major problem to remove and reapply the screed if anything goes wrong, as screeds are usually laid on pipes that have already been installed. But FlexiDry provides a consolidated molecular structure to the screed and imparts stability without the usual issues of shrinkage or cracking.

FlexiDry Global Limited
Peter Woodstock
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