Microcement outdoors

Microcement outdoors is an excellent option to obtain a continuous paving, without irregularities and good resistance that integrates with surroundings. It is ideal for covering terraces, gardens, porches or patios with quality finishes.

Its application on outdoor walls and floors makes it possible to cover large areas in a single piece. The functionality leads to modern surfaces that are easy to clean, because the jointless result prevents dirt from accumulating.

It is the perfect material to completely transform the exterior of a home. It allows for innovation in decoration and the creation of personalised spaces that fit to any decorative style.

Microcemento on the exterior floor of a terrace with sea views

Why apply microcement outdoors?

Gallery of microcement outdoors

Micro-cement on the façade of a luxurious two-storey house
Micro-cement on the exterior of an individual house with light tones
Microcement cladding at the entrance of a house with views of the countryside

Microcement in exteriors: where to apply it?

Microcement in exteriors offers excellent decorative possibilities to completely change the appearance of any surfaces without the need for building work. Below we describe the uses of microcement in outdoor areas:

Maintenance of outdoor microcement

When applying microcement outdoors, it is essential to take into account the weather conditions. It cannot be applied in raining or snowing days.

The environmental temperatures for application should be between 20 and 25 degrees.

Once it has been applied, wait for 7 days before walking on the microcement floors.

Apply varnish more frequently, because outdoor surfaces are exposed to an environment with more wear and tear due to weather conditions and high temperatures.

Constant cleaning can prevent dirt from accumulating on the coatings, no matter on transit and non-transit surfaces.

Microcement outdoors to create special spaces

Microcement in exteriors shows out special spaces that convey much more than a simple architectural style. Through a homogeneous and waterproof finish, the cladding is given a personal and modern style.

Microcement cladding fits to outdoor spaces, transforming dull and dreary places into sophisticated settings, whether they are horizontal or vertical surfaces.

A flexible material that gives an unspoken message to the entire renovation or refurbishment project with fullest performance. Microcement is the solution to achieve a unique and elegant design in the entrance of a house, garden or terrace.

Microcement on the outdoor floor of a terrace with special views of the sea and mountains.

But are the decorative qualities enough to apply microcement on outdoor surfaces? The answer is yes, because it is one of the most resistant materials for exterior surfaces.

Its high resistance to prevent cracking is the guarantee for highly decorative finishes. Resistance is the glue that unites functionality with the aesthetic options offered by microcement.

Microcement on terraces

The terrace is a highly valued space for relaxing, disconnecting and having direct contact with the outdoors, but usually it is difficult to make the most use of this part of the house. Microcement is a good solution to have a greater broadness with a handcrafted and elegant design.

Microcement has the advantage to fit easily to both large and small spaces. It is an excellent option if the terrace is small or uneven.

It is also a product that can play with different pigments, which allows the most possible personalization than any other coatings.

MMicrocement on a rustic style terrace

The application of microcement on terraces offers excellent results because it is highly resistant to water and sudden changes at temperatures.

When applying microcement on terraces, it is important to take into account that the product has the greatest anti-slip property. In MyRevest. MyRock microcement is manufactured for exterior cladding, giving a stone-like appearance.

Microcemento on the exterior of a patio where the walls have been coated

The application of a sealing varnish will also provide a waterproof protection to reinforce the safety of the surface.

When choosing the thickness, it is important to know how many layers the terrace floor will need. A space where it rains frequently is not the same as an area where it constantly exposes to the sun.