Why is Concreate unique?
Concreate is the first product of its kind to offer a concrete-substrate, T+G flooring system that offers both concrete and wood finishes in the same overall thickness. By using the same substrate, there is no change in level at the transitions! Integrate concrete and wood together to make a unique look with real, high quality, wood and concrete finishes.
A completely new and innovative patented product that consists of a polished concrete floor panel system designed to be glued on to a new or retrofit construction project. This attractive, real concrete finish, shows the irregularities and characteristics of a typical polished concrete floor. Concreate® floor planks were engineered to an exceptionally high standard and are available in three natural colors.
Concreate® floor planks are ready for installation straight out-of-the-box. They are incredibly durable on the surface and have a soft texture underfoot. Our product is fire and water resistant and has excellent built-in acoustic properties. Concreate® floor planks have excellent thermal properties storing passive heat during the winter as well as efficiently transmitting under-floor heating into a room. The mineral composition of the floor planks makes them environmentally sound to reproduce and recycle.
The panels are available for flooring and wall paneling.
Wall Panels Start at $70.00m2 + GST
Floor Panels Start at $93.00m2 + GST
What is Tongue and Groove (T+G) Flooring?
Tongue and Groove Flooring is a method of flooring installation that allows many separate panels to come together and act as one monolithic floor installation. See the image above for an example of a Concreate’s Tongue and Groove.
Why is Tongue and Groove (T+G) beneficial?
The Tongue and Groove method of joining planks had been a standard in the wood flooring and cabinetry industry for over a century. The fitment of the tongue into the groove provides a consistent and secure connection between individual pieces. This sturdy yet flexible connection ensures that the floor will stay together as one, yet allows for micro-movements between pieces for expansion and contraction.