Polished Concrete Overlay System
An engineered system is available 10mm thin which can make up to 20m2 panel sizes. Fully bonded with superior strength of 90MPa+. The system can be laid like other flooring choices at the end of the project. It is architectural rather than just decorative, predictable and reliable. Simply a superior finish to other alternatives
If floor depth or thickness is not an issue for the job then a 50mm to 100mm overlay can be installed. The main advantages of this system is the saving is costs associated with not using the decorative concrete mix in the footings and ground works. The ability to complete all the overlay works at lock up stage also greatly decreases the risk of damage to the floor during construction. The work can be completed around the same time that painters would normally conduct their work without the need to worry about rain, hail or shine.
|Formwork and Steel going in||Screeding the concrete into place|
|Full grind with the Werkmaster Raptor||First coat of High Gloss Polyurethane by Tuffcoat|
This system is becoming popular with builders as the cost saving is substantial and the work fits into the building process much easier than working off a finished product for the whole construction. The savings can mean that you can use a more expensive decorative concrete mix for the finished product and even add your own touch with crushed glass aggregate of any colour. Decorative stones and pebbles can be used to create a unique look and feel to the floor and your overall aesthetics. This feature is only rally achievable when used in conjunction with an overlay system as the job will not be expoed to the elements of nature which can make concreting a tough job when done outdoors.
Countertops and Tiles
To maintain simplicity and fluidity in design, this overlay system offers tiles and countertops that complete the aesthetic. Countertops come in a full range of colors and finished, are generally composite in construction in sizes up to 2.4m x 1.2m
|Finishing coat of Polyurethane||Crushed glass aggregate was thrown into the concrete mix.|