Microcement Flooring

Microcement Flooring

Microcement, also known as micro topping or micro screed can be used to achieve many different flooring requirements. It is perfect for the renovation of old concrete or can be used to finish the existing surface of new build construction therefore it’s a versatile solution with minimal disruption for floors, benches, staircases and walls, microcement flooring is a method whereby a thin layer of cement is layered over an existing floor – whether it’s wood, ceramic or concrete. As such, it allows for the rejuvenation of a space without the need to remove the existing base.

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Classically beautiful

Microcement is quick to apply and results in a smooth and continuous surface, suited to anything from a domestic or hospitality environment to office and commercial spaces. As well as being used for standard microcement flooring, it can also be applied to walls, benches and staircases leading to a sophisticated, streamlined end-result. Microcement is perfect for environments such as: residential properties, retail spaces, office and reception areas, art galleries and museums, hotels, cafes and bars.

Aesthetic possibilities limited only by your imagination

The solution is also highly adaptable; it can be applied in a vast range of colours, in addition to also being able to be manipulated to achieve a glossy, matt, textured or mottled finish. Microcement can be applied to vertical surfaces as well as floors including walls, staircases and landings, bars and counters.

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Bonds to almost all solid substrates

With extraordinary adhesion properties and therefore with the correct surface preparation microcement will bond to almost all solid substrates. Microcement is produced with hybrid EVA co-polymers to give flexibility and accept deflection from the existing substrates.


The process for our microcement flooring system involves the necessary preparation to the existing surface followed by a multilayered trowel application with drying and sanding periods, completed with your choice of sealer allowing a matt, mid or high shine. Our average Microcement flooring installation process takes 3/5 days for areas up to 250m2 depending on the sub floor preparation necessary.

Microcement flooring is suitable for application over underfloor heating systems, timber structures and raised access flooring when coupled with our specially formulated subfloor strengthening and reinforcement systems.

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Keep your existing floor while changing the look

Previously, worn and damaged concrete floors and surfaces would need to be completely replaced, however now microcement can be used to rejuvenate concrete floors and make them appear as new. This serves as both a more cost-effective and efficient option for freshening up concrete surfaces. 

The resurfacing process involves first preparing the existing concrete by cleaning with a special solution, filling any significant gaps and cracks and then layering with a new, thin layer of cement-based material that is mixed with a bonding agent to achieve a desired end-result.

Perfect applications for floors, walls and stairs

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