Betostep

A Synthetic Resin Cast Floor with the look of concrete.

This type of cast floor has the look of a concrete floor, but actually consists of 2 incomplete mixed colours which results in a pattern similar to that of a concrete floor. This system is constructed from aliphatic BETOSTEP polyurethane resins which prevents colour deterioration and protects the pattern.

The appearance of concrete, the warmth of PU

The beauty of a smoothly finished and polished concrete floor is above all the subtle nuances in colour and its industrial character. When you combine all the benefits of a synthetic resin cast floor with the minimalist look of polished concrete, you get the unique BETOSTEP floor systems.

Within the industry, BETOSTEP is often referred to as residential concrete, concrete look, imitation concrete, concrete design, cement look and more. These are all names for the same application and quality but they are not cement based as you would assume.

A BETOSTEP floor is a mixture of pure epoxy and / or polyurethane resins, selected silica, natural colour pigments and minerals. They are manually mixed on site and cast into a smooth floor with a seamless finish.

Its minimalist character and subtle nuances in colour are very popular with interior designers and consumers as they reflect the actual trends in lounge and loft style.

BETOSTEP flooring systems are often used in private homes, but they are also increasingly more and more used for applications in offices, showrooms and public buildings.

Choosing colours!

Like all STEPPA floors, each BETOSTEP floor system is exclusively composed of high quality materials while much attention is paid to the colouring of the resins.

The BETOSTEP system is available in a seemingly endless array of colours and colour mixtures. Although various shades of grey remain a popular choice, we are happy to assist you in choosing a specific colour or to provide any further technical information.

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What is the difference between a screed and a floor with concrete look?

Read the answers to these and many other questions in our "Q&A" section.