Microcement Floors

Microcement Floors

Microcement floors, with a thickness of only 2-3mm Microcement is a cement based coating that can be applied to both floors, walls and ceilings. This type of coating is also rated with a high absorption resistance and thanks to its excellent bonding power microcement can be applied to almost any kind of stable substrate, including ceramics. These properties also allow microcement to be applied on existing concrete flooring with a fast surface renewal, saving time and money.

Unlike most floorings and vertical coating solutions, microcement is completely customisable with an extremely wide range of colors as well as the possibility to create desired patterns. Moreover at Microcement Supplies UK we can guarantee that every job has its own unique signature that highlights the quality of your flooring and wall finishes. Microcement floors are always truly unique. The finish can also be waterproof on the visible surface, which makes it suitable in locations such as kitchens, bathrooms, showers, wetrooms or even as coatings for bathtubs.

Reiterating the advantages it is important to include the fact that being only 3 to 4mm thin the flooring can be applied without the need to shorten your doors. Another important advantage is that this can be applied quickly and can be walked on the very next day! Because of its thinness and high adherence, Microcement does not crack under any circumstances by itself. The only possible cracks may appear only if the base is subject to some settling movement or to a significant expansion. We recommend using fibre mesh on floors.

Want a special look for your stairs? Microcement can also be applied on stairs but at Microcement Supplies UK we recommend applying a metal corner which can be internal, embedded in the base mortar or external as a decorative element.

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17 Responses

  1. Eric kinder

    Hi I’m in the plastering trade and have been looking into installing your products in wondering if you have any samples available

  2. William

    Hi
    I am interesting in all your products, i have no plastering skills and would to know if you have any upcoming training course for beginners.

  3. john paton

    Hi.
    Very keen to find out more about this fantastic product. Is it possible to purchase some samples

  4. Andrew Kerr

    Hi, I am a builder looking for a polished concrete effect for a screed floor. Do you have a showroom where I could see the various colours and effects of your finishes ?

  5. Chris Mack

    Hello, can a levelling screed be used under microcement on top of a plywood floor. If so, what’s the min/max thickness it can be spread?

  6. James McCulloch

    Hi,

    I am interested in the micro cement. But need to build up the screed around 20mm. Can you recommend a product that I can build the floor up with that will cope with under floor heating? I have about 100m2 to do. I was going to tile it…

  7. David wall

    Hi really interested in your product and thinking of doing a weekend course,i have some experience of venetian plastering but looking for new products, would a weekend course e enough.
    Thanks

  8. Garry Ramsden Ramsden

    Hi

    We are undertaking a house refurbishment and want to use micro cement in four main areas:

    1. Stair – the stairs are solidly constructed and finished with MDF board for a smooth finish;

    2. Landing – the landing is currently tiled with a plywood skirting border;

    3. A bathroom – currently finished with plaster bonding; and

    4 Kitchen worktops – constructed from a plywood and MDF sandwich with MDF as the upper finishing substrate.

    Total surface area of the above is approx. 70sq meters.

    We are looking for a smooth, warm natural stone like finish.

    We have a contractor who is a great plasterer but no experience of laying micro cement but we are confident he could do this work.

    Can you supply finish samples or material that we can use to select the product that we want and also advice on how to best prepare each of the above substrates?

    Thank you

  9. Colin allport

    I’m interested in for polished concrete look on my floors i have a newbuild with flow screed (anhydrite) which is a gypsum based screed how would I treat this?we also have underfloor heating does this make any difference?
    regards colin

  10. Hugh hanna

    Hi I’m Hugh , I was Looking to start your 4day course . Could send me some information and start date,s

  11. Clark Jordan

    Looking 15m2 floor done in microcement . I have been Plastering and screeding over 30years . The house is in N.Ireland so looking price for materials . Thanks

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