Minimalist style with micro-cement

High-quality micro-cement is a great alternative to tiles. Extensive choice of colours allows for full flexibility. This is why it is a product of choice when the minimalist look is required. The seamless surface of micro-cement, when compared to tiles with grouting lines. It looks cleaner and much more sophisticated, yet at the same time simple.

Extremely durable although quite thin, microcement can be applied to most of the stable substrates, including wood, ceramics etc. Microcement is only 2-3 mm thick, so your new floor will not affect door height. This makes it cost-effective compared to a new wooden floor or tiles when raised floor leaves no gap under the door. Prices of microcement in London vary, depending on the product used. You'll have to pay anything from 20 pounds up to 120 pounds per 20 kg bucket. Then the cost of laying microcement 50-80 pounds per sq. meter on top of that.

Micro-cement

Depending on the size of the surface, micro-cement installation price may be different. Owner of the 100 sq m apartment will pay less per sq meter than someone just doing 3 sq meter bathroom. On average you can expect to pay a total of 100 - 140 pounds per square meter. It is depending on the size of the project and requirements.

We are London based micro-cement company and we try to stay as competitive as possible without compromising on quality. We're fully committed to delivering an exceptionally good product which will last years in perfect condition. We've been in the trade long enough to know, how important quality is, therefore all our staff is properly trained in micro cement installation.

 

We are always looking to raise qualification and we work closely with manufacturers of micro-cement products. We are keeping our knowledge and expertise on high level. Should you have any questions regarding your project or you're not sure if micro-cement is suitable for your property? Please contact us and we'll definitely try to help you.

Architectural concrete walls and ceiling finnish
Architectural concrete walls and ceiling finnish

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