The biggest mistake when it comes to preparing for your liquid screed delivery is measuring the space incorrectly. Sub-floor slopes and unevenness can cause an unexpected difference in the amount of screed that is required to create a level floor. Also, make sure you consider critical room features such as door openings and minimum thickness/cover that is required.
Even if you have measured correctly, it is also common for people to under-order when it comes to screed. Ordering less screed than you require will not only delay your project while you wait for additional screed to be delivered, but you will also incur extra charges. Ensuring you order the right amount for the job is essential if you want your flooring installation to go smoothly.