Why should you consider a Microcement Pools?
The microcement pools provide a stunning, colorful, and functional finish, offering leakproof microcracks or small gaps due to the material’s qualities and unique sealing with water-repellent. With the summer heat, a pool is a blessing, an authentic oasis within the city. It provides refreshment and helps you enjoy a much more pleasant summer. A pool surrounded by a beautiful garden with palm trees and sand or another simpler and austere made of noble and natural materials. Tiles are already outdated; now, the trend, whether a private pool or a public establishment, is microcement.
Discover five reasons why microcement is ideal for your swimming pool.
1. Microcement Pools - Infinite colors and finishes options
The microcement can be mixed with an endless number of pigments to get the color you choose. Even though there is a color guide, each pool has a different texture finish that affects color perception. Smooth, glossy, satin, matt, more or less uniform, and so on are some of the characteristics of microcement. With such a broad selection list, you may construct a pool that is entirely unique to you.
Because microcement is such a versatile material, it may be used to create swimming pools in all forms and sizes – with rounded or straight curbs, benches, seats, steps, and so on.
2. Microcement Pools - Beautiful visual effect without joints
Microcement’s uniformity is another benefit as a coating. We can create vast surfaces without any division using microcement, resulting in an unrivaled visual impression. Because it is a material that can be put without dilatation joints, microcement also removes the need to repair them every three to five years. We can make enormous surfaces without any divisions using microcement.
Villa in Birkirkara realized by Kibitec in 2020, with indoor and outdoor microcement floors, stairs, facade and pool. (Before)
3. Microcement Pools - Resistance
Watertightness, excellent resistance to water with chlorine, abrasion, and UV rays are all provided by the microcement system, which is a polymer-coated with top-quality sealer. The microcement has excellent resistance to cracking and unfavorable weather conditions despite its thin thickness of only a few millimeters.
A luxury private Villa in Birkirkara realized by Kibitec in 2020, with indoor and outdoor microcement floors, stairs, facade and pool. (After)
4. Microcement Pools - Quick and simple renovation
Microcement can be utilized in both new and existing pools, allowing for quicker rehabilitation. Its main benefit is that it may be put over any support (cement, tiles, etc.) without removing the existing support or altering the waterproofing.
Pool and flooring in Iklin made by Kibitec in 2021. Removal of the old substrate, application of liquid membrane and microcement. (Before)
5. Microcement Pools - Safety
We can apply a much more coarse texture with a full or partial anti-slip finish to surfaces coated in microcement to prevent sliding and boost adherence.
Pool and flooring in Iklin made by Kibitec in 2021. Removal of the old substrate, application of liquid membrane and microcement. (After)