Microcement is a high-performance cement, mixed with polymers, ultra-fine aggregates, additives and natural colour pigments. It forms a layer of extremely strong coating adding only up to 3mm to a surface. Despite the coating being fairly thin, it has high resistance and hardness.

Any surface can be covered, creating no joints or fissures. This means there aren’t any places where dirt can lodge, which makes cleaning and maintenance very easy.


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where to use it

Microcement can be applied to almost any surface including wood, tiles, mortar, metal, stoneware, plasterboard, plastic, and any existing concrete floor. It is a great option for kitchens, living areas, bathrooms, wet rooms, and showers, SPA’s and swimming pool areas. This coating is perfect for residential and commercial properties. Microcement can also be used to create stunning dining, coffee, console, and side tables. Other possibilities are worktops, splashbacks, floating shelves, bench seating, vanity units, bath panels, wardrobes, and tv units. 

Microcement bathroom

Microcement bathrooms are trending across the globe as a designer option for achieving a seamless minimalistic look. The waterproof properties of the coating are a great choice for newly built bathrooms as well as a re-coating for existing walls and floors. For that reason, more and more people are opting to use microcement to give their bathroom a refresh without removing existing tiles. 


Microcement floor, also commonly referred to as micro-screed, provides an alternative to a polished concrete flooring solution. This allows you to have an industrial polished concrete effect which would not normally have been possible.

Microcement flooring is renowned for its functionality as well as aesthetic value. A floor that will not crack and will be resistant to pressure, scratches, running water, weather, and impacts.

Microcement is an ideal material for individuals looking to achieve a contemporary, industrial interior, whilst making the finish unique to you – with the applications of the finishing products, different sealers and the final sands allow for several different finishes.


The benefits of using microcement on floors are vast. Some of the reasons why this floor covering is so popular for both outdoor and indoor spaces are its uniformity, great resilience to traffic and wear, as well as its non-slip finishes.

  • There are no expansion joints or joints because it is a continuous floor. The entire floor is being renovated in one piece.
  • Because of its minimum thickness of 2 to 3 mm, it does not elevate the floor level excessively.
  • It applies to any material without requiring the substrate to be removed – eliminating heavy renovations and generating debris.
  • Microcement flooring offers a multitude of colours and finishes, meaning that no two floors are alike.
  • Microcement can be used for both indoor and outdoor flooring.
  • UV rays have no impact on it, and it has outstanding thermal resistance.
  • Its resistance to traffic, abrasion, and household cleaning chemicals is unrivalled.

difference between
polished concrete & microcement

Microcement allows for a texture that is more uniformly distributed, whereas a polished solution gives you considerably less control over the colour and texture.

More noticeably, the two finishes also differ in thickness. Microcement is commonly between 2 and 3 millimetres thick, which means that it can be applied on horizontal surfaces such as floors, stairs, and ceilings, along with vertical surfaces such as walls.

As microcement is so light it is very versatile and can be applied anywhere whilst keeping the structural integrity intact. This grants for a seamless finish across surfaces whereas, polished concrete is limited to only for floors and pavements due to the thickness being between 5 and 10 cm thick.

microcement with underfloor heating

For a variety of reasons, microcement is one of the finest building materials for underfloor heating. Firstly, since it is a continual covering which does not crack and, more relevantly, for its exceptional thermal conductivity.

Microcement floors are excellent for heating with heated floors systems because of its high thermal mass. A heated microcement floor is a terrific way to improve the comfort and warmth of your home since concrete heats up quickly and maintains heat efficiently, while retaining the warmth generated from the solar gain.

Because microcement overlays are only 3mm thick, warmth from the heating pipes passes through with extremely little resistance, significantly less than tiles or wood flooring.

kitchen Worktop

The heat resistance of our microcement kitchen worktops is exceptional. However, on the other hand, like most worktops pans fresh from the oven, stove, or hob have the potential to leave a mark and should not be placed directly on the work surfaces. Your microcement worktop and furniture pieces can last for years if you take care of it properly.

Benefits of Microcement worktop

Microcement’s superior performance and extensive variety of application possibilities have made it possible for construction experts to utilise this decorative coating for a wide range of projects.
The two most common applications of this coating are microcement floors and microcement walls. Other sorts of surfaces constructed of this unique material, such as terraces, roofs, facades, and even furniture, are becoming more widespread.
Because of its aesthetics, functionality, and wide range of applications, microcement worktops have become the most popular piece of furniture covered with this attractive coating.

Microcement has the virtually rare ability to appear great in both sleek, modern kitchens and more classic ones in terms of its design. It is textural, tactile, and long-lasting. Microcement is one of the best materials for worktops and furniture.
A microcement worktop may change your kitchen from a practical space to a great conversational piece.
Microcement has the added advantages of being exceedingly durable, convenient, and stain resistant. Microcement worktops and furniture are available for both indoor and outdoor applications.


Our microcement overlays come in a wide range of colours, which is one of its great attributes. We are continuously developing new colours and tones to provide our clients with new effects and combinations.

Grey tones are the most popular and purchased, but we also have a wide range of fascinating colours. All of which can be mixed and matched to create unique versions for a completely custom floor. A sample of the requested colour can be presented before the project is underway. There are no two projects alike; each one is one-of-a-kind.

Feel free to take a look at some of the possibilities here  >>> COLOURS

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Microcement installation takes up to 21 days to fully harden as it is a cementitious product. Special care must be taken to a freshly laid coating for at least 2 weeks as it is at its softest. During this time light foot traffic is recommended. Dragging heavy objects over the surface or dropping them might damage it. 

The protecting sealer can withstand a wide range of chemicals however it is not recommended to leave acidic or alkaline products like lemon juice, bleach, vinegar or wine for a prolonged time.


The coating is flexible, durable and robust. It can fit any shape or geometry and adheres to all types of substrates. It is joint-free, therefore very easy to clean. It is UV-resistant, fire-retardant, does not stain, and has excellent chemical and mechanical resistance.