Why is Policrete the ideal option for the home floor design?

Our house is a sacred space, it is the place where we live and spend much of our time and we are always looking for every area of the home to be in perfect condition to welcome its inhabitants and guests on special occasions, that is why every true time we think about conditioning and beautifying said spaces, especially through the floors design.

In the market there are several options for floor restoration, but the Policrete floors stand out for their high quality, resistance and beautiful finishes. In this article we show you why Policrete is the ideal alternative for the floors coating for your home, next and we compare its characteristics with those of some other materials of greater demand in the market.

Policrete vs. Polished Concrete

Polished concrete is a material whose application gets a smooth and shiny finish, but usually cracks when not properly maintained. The Policrete flooring system in the same way and in this case, provides the same finish and can look both bright and matt depending on how you prefer it; can be installed on that same polished concrete floor and covers any crack, hole or stain that floor may have. Likewise, it is durable and resists cracks, stains and abrasion.

 

Policrete vs. Micro cement

Both Policrete and micro cement are two systems with similar characteristics, both are made by layers. The difference between both materials is that the micro cement is composed of cement and Policrete has a resin base. Micro cement floors, over time and if they don’t receive proper maintenance, can generate cracks, stains and other long-term imperfections. On the other hand, Policrete is a high durability material, deterioration and stains resistant. However, as everything, it needs care but it is totally easy to maintain at home in a practical way as we mentioned in our article 5 Tips in floor maintenance to preserve its beauty.

 

Policrete vs. Tiles (ceramics and / or porcelain)

Ceramic and porcelain tiles are materials with similar characteristics; between these is that both are made of clay, but, when installed on floors, requires a previous demolition. While these materials can, among other things, absorb water and last for years if they are well maintained, their installation generates annoying dusts that harm the health of those who live in the place. The Policrete floor system can be installed over ceramic and porcelain tile floors, as well as other materials such as natural stone and concrete without having to demolish said floors and completely cover them, creating a maximum of ¼ inch in height and without generating dust. The Policrete’s competitive cost makes it a much more affordable material and with the guarantee of a resistant floor with beautiful finish.

 

Policrete vs. Vinyl

Vinyl floors are economical and easy to install, since they don’t generate dust, just like Policrete. However, for its installation it is required to demolish the previous floor and as mentioned above, the new Policrete system can be installed quickly on existing floors covering them perfectly.

 

Policrete vs. Wood

Wood is another beautiful material widely used in floor covering, thanks especially to its durability. But like most of the existing materials in the market, its installation requires demolition, generates dust and its cost is high. With Policrete we can make the floor installation in Miami with a result that ensures resistance and long life in your floors and walls.

 

Now you can make the best decision and invest in the ideal floor construction for your home or business, through this comparison in which we saw some of the materials available in the market in terms of floor coating.

Would you like to try the new Policrete System? Our team is at your entire disposal to start your project. www.policrete.com

 

 

 

Sources:

https://www.policrete.com/es/comparacion/

https://www.homify.com.co/

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https://proyectos.habitissimo.com.ar/

https://ideas.mercadolibre.com/ar/

https://www.vix.com/es/imj/hogar/