Installing a driveway or terrace on the ground: which terrace structure to choose and which height to use?
We need your help with Staenis to make all floors reusable / circular!
Discover a handy step-by-step plan for laying a tile floor and get started with confidence.
How should you lay wooden OSB plates in the attic? Learn how to install your flat OSB attic floor yourself.
Do you want to level a screed or tileable insulation screed? You can obtain a perfectly flat screed floor with a leveling compound or tile adhesive.
Discover the Staenis DIY system that makes an expensive uncoupling mat superfluous. This way you avoid damage to your future floor.
Discover the Staenis grid, a handy self-build system and visit a Sack Zelfbouw showroom for a preview.
Laying insulating screed yourself, it is also possible if you have no experience. Discover a DIY solution for laying insulation screed.
For a durable and even bathroom floor, you need a strong screed or floating screed. Discover how you can screed your bathroom yourself.
To prevent cracks in a screed, the screed is often reinforced with a reinforcing mesh. But it can also be done differently.
What is screed, what is stabilised sand and what is concrete? And for which applications do you use these mixtures? Find out quickly.
Discover how you can lay your own screed DIY. You can do this even if you have no experience, with the help of a handy DIY system.
What is the price of screed per m2? Learn more about the price of the various types of screed and check current screed prices.
Do you need screed for your floor? You can make screed, buy prepared screed, or have a screed delivered. Which would you prefer?
Creating a terrace, how do you do that? Which screed do you use best? Discover our advice for screeding a terrace.
Curious about the minimum thickness of screed? Discover the ideal screed thickness per type of screed and learn how to lay your screed yourself.
Which screed can be combined with underfloor heating? Which screed thickness to use? Find out the minimum thickness of screed for your project.
How to make your own screed? Check the correct proportions and discover a DIY system for placing your floor structure.
We can't get around it, Coronavirus (Covid-19) has us in its grip.
Climate-KIC presents the new start-up teams of Stage 2 and YES! Staenis is one of them! Many thanks for this great opportunity.
Together with 230 other participating public and private organisations, Staenis will kick off the Green Deal Circular Building on February 22.
Through this joint commitment, construction companies, building material producers, local and regional authorities, private developers, researchers and other organisations will work together to make circular construction in Flanders a daily reality in the future.
At the last edition of the Finishing Day of the Construction Confederation, you could win 10 m² of Staenis grids.
Visit us on Tuesday 27/11/2018 at the Day of the Finishing of Confederation Construction trade fair.
During the DIY fair we were allowed to raffle 2 lucky winners who each won a screed tool set worth € 78!
SuperNova is a one-of-a-kind event where visionary solutions, technologies and insights come together.
This week you will find my entrepreneurial story with Staenis in nothing less than Flair.be!
The Kortrijk start-up Staenis has developed a synthetic grid that makes screeding easier. With the innovative Staenis screed system, screed (floating screed) can be laid flat and quickly.
For a good screed, you usually take some Portland composite cement, add some water and sand, and that's it. Simple. For an innovative idea, you take some youthful enthusiasm, a good dose of pragmatism and perseverance, and that's it. Simple. Add 1 and 2 together and you arrive at something that may seem simple, but will make the lives of many screed installers easier. Daisy and Tom, managers of Staenis and holders of their first patent in construction, are speaking.
Finally, the province of West Flanders also has one. A start-up incubator, although we can't really call it that. Hangar K in Kortrijk is a co-creation hub, where young companies and established values such as Barco and Unilin sit side by side.
Even the most handy DIY-ers rarely if ever dare to place a floating screed or 'screed'. The West Flemish start-up Staenis wants to change that.
At the DIY fair we show how you can place your heating, shower, built-in toilet, windows & doors, furniture & kitchens, screed, home automation, flat roof, floor & interior doors. You'll find all the information you need to get the job done yourself. In addition, experienced installers are available on every stand to answer all your questions. Come to the free Self-build fair in Temse on 21/4 and get started immediately at home!
The results are in, here is the aftermovie of our study event last Thursday! Thank you to all attendees, partners and exhibitors.
It's finally here! The long awaited test results of the Staenis grid are here! Little hint: they are promising! Come to the Staenis study event on Thursday 15 March and find out all about it.
Staenis is very pleased to inform you that we will be present at Batibouw 2018. There the Staenis grid will be displayed to the general public! Visit us in hall 5, booth 5121.
Long wait for someone to come and lay your screed? Why not try it yourself! The West Flemish start-up Staenis is launching a 'screed grid' and promises professional quality tailored to DIY-ers. The Livios construction site spoke with developers Tom Verstaen and Daisy Bohyn. “With our system you can save a lot of money.”
Staenis won the Demo Day pitching competition at the end of 2017. A great achievement by the start-up in the construction industry, but their ultimate ambition extends even further. “We hope that the Staenis grid will one day become a household name. Just like everyone says Pampers for nappies, Bic for ballpoint pens or Gyproc for plasterboard.”
Start-ups Hack League, Happs, Doinn and Staenis talk candidly about their biggest challenges in Trends Magazine.
Start-up Staenis is the winner of the Start it @KBC Award that was presented during the Demo Day. Co-founder Daisy Bohyn received the award for the remarkable progress she made in pitching, or presenting, their business idea.
On Wednesday 8 March, a total of 48,350 Boleuros was invested in the companies present during our Bolero Crowdfunding Inspiration Session in Roeselare. The winner of the 'Boleuro Investor Game' was Staenis with 11,050 Boleuros!
And whether Tom Verstaen was nervous about his participation in the Belgian Tiling Championship in Ghent. So much so that he had a hard time falling asleep the night before! Initially, the 25-year-old East Fleming thought that a silver medal was the highest achievable for him, but as the two-day race progressed, he sensed his chance and took (just) gold.