After preparing the screed 3 coats of Microcement were trowel applied to produce a variegated light grey finish in satin
The finished surface of this concrete staircase was not to the standard required by the client, I was asked to Microcement the staircase in a mid grey with a satin seal. client was over the moon with the outcome, a steel banister is to be installed which will really put the finishing touches to the project.
The original worktop was very tired and ready for an update
A real pleasure to work for these clients, the specification was to apply microcement in Olive Grey with a clouded effect and a satin finish. Not the best photos, there should be more to come.
Some works had already been carried out on this site. They were so happy with the results additional works were requesdted with superb results.
It is not very often I have the opportunity to publish photographs of a project after the client has moved in and the furniture is placed, what a stunning finish.
This timber floor had suffered extensive water damage the area was sanded and finished with a satin seal
The concrete laid on this project was not a suitable standard to polish. We were called in to apply Microcement giving the appearance of power floated concrete, achieved with great success.
There was a lot of work preparing the screed on this project, however the final finish was really liked by the client and set off the ground floor minimalist look, very happy with the outcome
The remit for this project was: the wall to have the appearance of precast concrete. The floor to have a contrasting finish explained as 'a flowing river' of seamless microcement. A truly beautiful finish to this contemporary conversion.
The specification for this project was a variegated concrete appearance, this was achieved in three coats of Microcement with a satin finish.
It's not very often we get a chance to show the results after the projects have been completed, the customer was so pleased he sent some photos....
This client had made a bespoke kitchen worktop and required 'something special' to enhance the look of this kitchen area. Smoke pigment was the choice, finished with a semi gloss seal. NO THAT IS NOT MICROCEMENT UP THE WALL IT IS BLACK GROUT RESIDUE !
This a a project carried out in July 2016, a large floor area the client requested a minimal look. The whole project was a run smoothly with a stunning contemporary finish. A very happy client.
Another project in our most popular colour
Really happy with the stone effect of this project, another really happy client.
After the carpets had been uplifted during the refurbishment of this property the client asked if the floors could be refurbished. Well they certainly could !!
This project had been attempted by a so called Microcement applicator, the final 2 photo's show what can be expected if an inexperienced person attempts to produce a quality finish BE WARNED !!
Just one of the additional services we offer.
At the outset, the floor was proposed for power floated concrete, unfortunately this was not achieved. We were contracted to produce a similar industrial look and feel. This was achieved using a standard grey microcement. As you can see there was a lot of preparation to carry out! However the finish was achieved with great success.
We were requested to carry out the application of a concrete effect bar top. The top to be a smooth sealed finish and the front with more texture. The final finish was truly stunning.
This project had a number of problems and issues, however it will give you and idea of what can be overcome to achieve a completely unique finish.
Some small colour samples to give an idea Microcement on walls
We were requested to replicate a concrete effect floor finish to the ground floor of this property. We used grey Microcement in base and fnish coats a satin seal finish to produce a stunning effect.
We were contracted to apply a microcement finish that would look as close to a powerfloated concrete finish as possible, there had been a problem with the original floor so we were consulted regarding the finishes available. The desired finish was achieved with minimal fuss.
I was asked to produce a concrete effect to this area that would receive heavy foot traffic, as you can see the sub floor was not ideal !!
We were commissioned to apply a durable, contemporary finish to this recently refurbished home. We are hoping to receive some photos when the kitchen has been installed, we will add these to the album so keep watching.
We were requested to apply Microcement over a bitumen base, with the correct products the system was achievable.
Microcement was applied over a concrete slab that the client had hoped could be polished, this was not possible. They decided the best contemporary finish was Microcement, the finished result was stunning.
Microcement applied to a laser levelled screed using 52B toner
We carried out the original works, the new owner of the property refurbished the area and wanted a slightly different colour. So they contacted us for their project.
Not the best photos, but they do give an idea of the finish that can be achieved on walls.
This was one of our first projects in Microcement and is still going strong.
Another really enjoyable project, the client was open to ideas and we worked together to achieve a beautiful floor.
This project was a pleasure to carry out, the client was open to ideas and have a really stunning finish
We applied this Microcement using a dark grey toner in medium and fine to give a variagated appearance, the finish seal is in gloss.