Supreme Concrete has expanded the production and distribution of its suspended beam and block flooring systems at its plant in Sittingbourne. The company’s range of concrete floor beams will name be available to customers throughout the UK.
Supreme will continue to design bespoke, economical flooring solutions for individual projects and then manufacture the beams using slip forms techniques to the required lengths.
For smaller scale projects, the manufacturer has introduced a standard range of floor beams which will be available ex-stock via selected distributors, comprising four of its most popular beam types, each available in fully range of sizes.
In addition, special brick slips and coursing blocks will be included to finish the floor onto load bearing walls and to close beam ends.
Easy to install without requiring specialist skills, beam and block suspended floors are becoming increasingly popular in the UK. Supreme floor beams are widely used in domestic and commercial ground floors and in domestic upper floors where additional sound insulation is required.
The beams are manufactured in widths of 120mm and 170mm and a standard depth of 155mm, enabling different strength beams to be used together.
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