Monday 06 September 2021
More and more homes and public buildings are being fitted with cast floors. This is not difficult when you consider that there are many different types of cast floors. Moreover, a casting floor requires hardly any maintenance and is often so thin that you can easily lay it on top of another floor. But what are the current casting floor prices, what work is involved and what are the costs for casting floors with underfloor heating? You will find out in this article.
Exactly how much you pay for a screed depends on the type of screed, the amount required and the extra options, such as combination with underfloor heating, for example. Because a cast floor is generally a smooth floor, it is also important to many people that a unique concrete look is possible. For this, you usually pay more than for a type of casting floor without a concrete look.
Cast floors offer a great many possible applications. In industrial buildings as well as in private homes or on the terrace outside, it is perfectly possible to lay a cast floor. Below, we look at the most common types of industrial and design cast floors.
Type of casting floor Cost per m²
Floor coating €24 to €41
Epoxy Casting Floor €45 to €72
ESD Casting Floor €60 to €80
Trowel floor €60 to €80
*These are indicative prices based on jobs previously carried out. The final costs may differ from the invoice you receive from us. These prices are exclusive of VAT. A concrete look is not possible for the industrial versions.
Cast floor type Cost per m2
Gravel floor €26 to €41
PU Cast floor €60 to €80
Residential concrete €73 to €97
Concrete Cire €73 to €97
Concrete floor €73 to €97
Microcement €73 to €97
*These are indicative prices based on jobs previously carried out. The final costs may differ from the invoice you receive from us. These prices are exclusive of VAT. For the PU casting floor, the Concrete Cire, the Residential concrete and the Microcement casting floor, a concrete look is possible.