Choosing a trowel floor has its advantages and disadvantages. In principle, a trowel floor is suitable for any room, but not everyone is charmed by the appearance of this type of floor. In this article we outline the most important advantages and disadvantages.
Advantages of trowel floor
- Resistant to heavy loads;
- Trowel floors are often used in the agricultural or food processing industry because of the strength of the floor.
- The floors are resistant to a wide variety of chemicals.
- Hard, very abrasion-resistant floor; These floors are much less sensitive to scratches than a polyurethane cast floor.
- Works well with underfloor heating; Very important. Especially in living rooms or offices where often floor heating is chosen because of its durability.
- Slip-resistant; Trowel floors are often used in wet areas such as bathrooms or toilets.
- Perfect application in wet rooms; With this type of floor a slope can be applied. What makes the floor perfect for toilet or shower rooms.
- Very suitable for heavy industry; For example, you can find our floors inside Tata Steel.
Disadvantages of trowel floor
- Long processing time; Placing the floor takes a total of about five days (including drying time). This is relatively long compared to other types of cast floors.
- An experienced floor layer is recommended; It takes a professional to lay a trowel floor. Our advice: leave this to the professional.
- Industrial appearance; Gravel or quartz grains are used in the floor, giving the floor a more industrial look. This can of course also be an advantage ..
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