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FAQ

 

Should you find your question is not answered here or if you require more information please feel free to contact us.

GENERAL

What are your opening times?
How far in advance must I place an order?
How do I pay for my order?
What clearance do the lorries need?
Can you deliver on a Saturday?
Can I collect products from your depot with a van or a trailer?
What does RTU stand for?


MORTAR

How long will my mortar stay workable for?
How much does one tub of mortar hold?
How much will 1M3 build?
How much mortar do I need?
Do I have to buy the actual mortar tub?
How much does 1M3 of mortar weigh?


COLOURED MORTAR

How long will my coloured mortar stay workable for?
How much does one tub of mortar hold?
How much will 1M3 build?
How much mortar do I need?
How do I choose what colour to go for?


PLASTER

How long do I have to work with plaster?
How much will 1M3 of plaster cover on a wall?
Is it possible to get plaster with a water repellent in it?
Can I get different colours of plaster?
How much does 1M3 of plaster weigh?


CONCRETE

What type of concrete do I require?
How much concrete do I need?
Is there a minimum order of concrete?
Can I collect concrete?
Do you do coloured concrete?
Do you lay concrete?
How long do I have to work with concrete before it starts to go hard?
How much does 1M3 of concrete weigh?


FLOOR SCREED

What type of floor screed do I need?
How much floor screed do I need?
Is there a minimum order of floor screed?
Can I collect floor screed?
Do you lay floor screed?
What way is floor screed delivered?
How much does 1M3 of screed weigh?


ULTRAFLO

What is the minimum depth ultraflo can be laid at?
What is the drying time for ultraflo?
What weight is ultraflo?
Can ultraflo be used with under floor heating?
Can ultraflo be used on the first floor, even in timber frame constructions?
Is ultraflo a wearing surface?
Is there anywhere ultraflo should not be used?
At what stage in the build do we pour ultraflo?
Why is preparation so important?
Can I lay ultraflo?
How is ultraflo delivered?

 

ULTRAFLO hemihydrate liquid floor screed is available throughout Ireland!

CEMENT is a binder (in the most general sense of the word), a substance that sets and hardens independently, and can bind other materials together.

The most important use of cement is the production of MORTAR and CONCRETE—the bonding of natural or artificial aggregates to form a strong building material that is durable in the face of normal environmental effects.

CONCRETE should not be confused with cement, because the term cement refers to the material used to bind the aggregate materials of concrete. Concrete is a combination of a cement and aggregate.

 
 
 
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