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Hi everyone!  😊


I wonder if anyone here has experience in limecrete floors..  🤔



 
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Why are you thinking about them?

As a patio they are much cooler than concrete , a big plus.

Advantages of limecrete

Designing with Limecrete
Foam Glass beads are used under limecrete where possible because they prevent capillary action with water and insulate

Foam glass beads
 
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I've been doing research on using limecrete on top of a plywood floor, as a mortar for laying tiles as the final floor finish. Our floor is raised about 2.5 feet above ground level, on top of a post and pier foundation. What is the style of floor you are looking to use limecrete on?
 
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Usually a slab style, 100mm thick minimum.
You may be looking for a lime mortar
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