The use of microcement in the construction and renovation of homes and offices is on the rise, as it harnesses the benefits of the resin-cement alloy to achieve high-strength, high-quality, customized continuous decorative cladding. In London, it is being applied in a large number of projects.

Microcement cladding is a growing trend in interior and exterior construction and decoration in London and throughout Europe, as well as worldwide, because it is a simple way to achieve quality, continuous cladding.

This material is ideal for realizing customized projects without complications, as it can be laid on almost any type of surface, thanks to its great adhesion properties.


Durable and unique projects

There are many decoration projects in microcement in London that take advantage of the qualities of this material in the execution of renovations in interior and exterior areas.

One of the advantages that has made this element so popular in the London capital is the fact that it requires only a light layer of about 3 mm thick to cover almost any surface, achieving a neat and waterproof finish.

Microcement is mainly used to cover walls and floors, thanks to the fact that it has components that prevent it from cracking, unlike pure concrete. The resins and additives that are added to the cement allow it to cover large surface areas without the need for joints or separators.

It is even perfect for use as a countertop in bathrooms and kitchens, thanks to the fact that it creates impermeable and totally hygienic surfaces. It can even cover swimming pools and bathtubs. Outdoors, it offers an ideal covering for stairs, planters, benches and outdoor furniture.

Renovating spaces

Microcement can be combined with any decorative element such as natural fibers, glass or metals. This has led to its rapid acceptance as an alternative for renovating home and office spaces.

In England, there are many old and new structures that are quickly being given a new lease of life when refurbished with microcement. What is most advantageous for designers is that there is no need to remove old structures in order to cover them with this material.

Families do not have to undergo costly and time-consuming work to demolish old marble, tile, concrete or tile cladding, which saves time and money.

One of the qualities that has contributed to its popularity in London is that it encourages creativity in everyone. Microcement can perfectly be used in decorations with rustic, elegant, minimalist or any other style.

Microcement comes in a wide range of colours, from which you can choose based on taste and need. This provides a clean workmanship that, in addition, does not need periodic paint touch-ups. Washing with water and neutral soap is sufficient.

The material has proven to be tough and durable in all weathers. It is resistant to rainy weather as well as sunny days. Many shops, offices and factories in London have chosen microcement for their refurbishments, because it tolerates the passage of people, water, wind, and even most chemicals.

Microcement flooring is slip-resistant and waterproof, which makes it ideal for use in exteriors and interiors.

It is a product that comes in various presentations, depending on the use for which it is required: monocomponent, bicomponent, ready-to-use, for covering swimming pools, epoxy microcement (perfect for paving) and tadelakt (handmade finish similar to the Moroccan style).

Calling in the experts

In London and the main British cities, you can find agencies specialized in the application of microcement to make the decoration project you have in mind a reality.

A good idea before deciding to apply this type of decorative material is to look at previous work. In London there are houses, offices, shops, shopping centres and even hotels that have been decorated entirely with microcement. The creative possibilities are endless.