Boat Club Flooding

I received a enquiry from the members of the south Pennine boat club after they had suffered flooding in their club when the river came over the bank and entered the building.

After the water had receded and the floor area had been dried out, I paid a visit to assess the best way forward to renew the two floors that had been taken up because of the water damage.

It was decided the first floor was to be laid with a traditional sand and cement screed after the base was treated with a damp proof membrane.

The second floor was a little less straight forward because after survey I discovered the depth required would be between 10mm and 35mm, too shallow for traditional floor screed.

I contacted my friend Brian at Yorkshire Heat and Screed who specialises in what is called wet screed.

Brian told me about a tarmac product called Excellio which is specifically designed for shallow flooring. We went ahead using the Excellio, which produced a great finish.

I would like to thank Glyn and the members of the South Pennine Boat Club for the work and their hospitality.


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