What are the uses, types, applications, and benefits of microcement?
Microcement festfloor, a decorative coating made of cement, water-based chemicals, additives, and mineral pigments, can be applied to a variety of vertical and horizontal surfaces due to its excellent adhesion. This construction material is unique because it can be applied directly to existing materials, such as tiles, plasterboards, floor tiles, marbles, terrazzo, plaster, and so on. It takes very little work and has a thickness of 3 millimetres. This allows for quick renovation of spaces. Scandinavian style from Denmark is a direct reference to nature. The most common materials used are wood, natural fabrics and wool carpets. However, there’s also more concrete. The microcement can be used to create the concrete effect on the floor or wall. Because Scandinavians love simplicity and clean lines, it is practical and minimalistic.
This cladding is jointless, and can be used in both indoor and outdoor spaces. This continuous cladding can be used on floors, walls and ceilings as well as ceilings, stairs, ceilings, swimming pool decks, and furniture. This versatile cladding is becoming more popular in the renovation of private homes as well as commercial buildings and large surfaces like sports centres, industrial buildings and hotels.
Microcement can be used where?
Microcement offers endless decorative possibilities. This is why microcement has so many uses. You can use microcement to make stairs, swimming pools or furniture. Microcement can be used in flooring and walls for kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor spaces like terraces.Festfloor cares about the end result, no matter what surface is being covered with microcement. We have found a balance between flexibility and hardness in our quest to create a product that is versatile, long-lasting, and adapts to market needs.
Walls with microcement
For covering facades and walls, microcement is highly recommended. You will find many examples of festfloor microcement walls in our gallery. You can read our post to learn more about microcement walls.
Floors made of microcement
The beauty of continuous microcement floors is not only beautiful to look at but also has many interesting properties. See our gallery to see all the microcement flooring options that festfloor can create. We recommend reading our article on microcement floors for more information.
Because it resists moisture and is easy to clean, microcement makes a great decorative coating for bathroom renovations. See all the microcement bathroom designs that can be made with festfloor microcements in this gallery. Also, read our article on microcement bathrooms.
Microcement in kitchens
You can use microcement in your kitchen in many different ways. You can use it to cover floors, walls, ceilings, sinks, and kitchen worktops in almost any colour you can think of. You can make microcement kitchens in all sizes and styles. You are invited to read our blog post about microcement kitchens.
Microcement can be used to make stairs. However, the work of the applicator is more complicated due to its versatility. It is possible to create stunning microcement stairs with festfloor microcements. These are the microcement steps we have for you.
Pools of microcement
Microcement can be used to cover the crown and surrounding area of the pool. Our decorative coatings are non-slip, waterproof, and UV-resistant, making them great for covering indoor or outdoor pools. You will find all the information you need and the benefits of microcement swimming pool covers in our blog.
Microcement can be used as a continuous coating on exterior surfaces, such as patios, terraces, facades, and walls of buildings. See our gallery and read our post to learn more about outdoor microcement applications.