Ideal Work renovation solutions can be applied quickly without altering floor profiles, with minimal disruption and in a clean and tidy manner.
Minimal disruption, maximum effect
Choosing Ideal Work solutions to renew surfaces save time and money. By using a minimal thickness of material there is no need to alter adjoining landscape profile.

Same levels as the old floor: minimal disruption
Ideal Work system can work on minimal thicknesses. With just a few millimetres of material on old surface can be renewed. Where external and internal surfaces meet, maintaining a constant level is essential. This prevents water ingress and trip hazards. It also does away with any requirement to alter doors, door frame and skirtings.

Freeze / Thaw resistant surfaces
The key word is endurance: Ideal Work’s systems are extremely durable, cement based flooring solutions which offer maximum protection against vehicular traffic. Properly maintained, they also offer excellent freeze / thaw resistance. Special protective resins also give added slip-resistance properties, for example on pool decks.

In Just 4 steps
Renovating floors with Ideal Work systems is simple, effective and carried out by trained, approved, artisan tradesman in 4 steps.
CLEANING of the existing floor or screed
FINISHING the previously cleaned surface to make it level
 of the Ideal Work chosen product
 of the finished surface with the appropriate sealer

Compare Products
Thickness: 3mm
Support: Concrete, sand & Cement, ceramic, natural stone
Support: Floors
Outdoor Renovation 
Thickness: 20 -40mm
Support: Concrete, sand,  & concrete slabs
Support: Floors
Outdoor Renovation 
Thickness: 25 - 60mm
Support: Concrete, sand, & concrete slabs
Support: Floors
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