THE STENCIL TECHNIQUE
Stencil is an advanced and innovative technique of American origin, in the construction of outdoor and indoor decorative floors, as well as, of wall plastering and forged cement mortar applications, of highest quality and exceptional aesthetics.
Stencil floors outperform all the conventional applications, like paving blocks, stamped concrete, tiles etc.
Stencil cement mortars are ideal for wall plastering and flooring, where the quality of the materials used, ensure the perfect outcome.
- Solid and massive construction of reinforced concrete.
- Excellent resistance to impact and abrasion .
- 100% anti-slip surface.
- No rubbing, no fading colors.
- Water resistant floor.
- Resistant to pollution.
- Resistant to frost and chemicals.
- Flat and symmetric surface.
- Does not deform, alter or crack.
- Resistant to heavy loads.
- Ecological and environmental friendly.
- Applicable in locations of critical slopes.
- Flexibility in colors and patterns.
- Ability to adapt to architectural drawings and specific demands.
AREAS OF APPLICATION
The combination of unsurpassed quality, exceptional aesthetics and variety in design and colors, makes Stencil floors the first choice for Public and Municipal works. Sidewalks, squares, pavements, schoolyards, archaeological sites, bike paths, are some examples of successful applications of our floors.
HOTELS & CAMPINGS
The ideal choice of flooring for hotels and other tourist facilities, where the superior properties of Stencil System meet all the needs in terms of resistance and elegance.
Due to Stencil’s unique composition that apart from other components, also includes Portland cement, emery, quartz sand and iron oxides, the final surface is much harder compared to conventional floors, making it suitable for industrial and other heavy duty applications.
Finally, Stencil Floor is a must for private applications, where the variety in colors and patterns on one hand, and the flexibility of the methods on the other, guarantee the accomplishment of personal taste and architectural demands.