The Wood Veneer Hub has created the ultimate solution if wanting a concrete surface for your project. It has never been easier to add a real concrete surface with our concrete sheet rolls. Available in a range of colours, the self-adhesive concrete means you can create a concrete surface without the need for the lengthy and costly process of traditionally applying cement.
A revolutionary production method.
Utilising a revolutionary production method the concrete rolls are produced at a thin thickness making it flexible with a strong backing applied, making it the easiest real concrete product to install to your surface.
Concrete in a whole new light.
Our state of the art technology, combined with real stone veneer, offers the end user the ability to interpret concrete in a whole new light. This innovative, easy to use product allows you to fully recreate the natural appearance.
Wall, floor and ceiling application.
The conrete and brick sheets can be fitted easily onto any flat surface, be it walls, floors or ceilings. The sheets have been created using real stone, making them ideal for both wet and dry areas.
Concrete and Brick Sheet FAQ
Are the concrete and brick sheets fire retardant?
The concrete and brick sheets are fire rated at A2 and are CE approved. The sheets are designed for cooker backsplashes, fire surrounds and commercial applications.
How flexible are the concrete and brick sheets?
Each surface is flexible at 19 degrees and 90 degrees when warmed.
Will the concrete and brick surface change colour over time?
The stone is a natural product and will lighten with UV rays if not correctly sealed. However, the colour will not change over time.
How do I install the concrete and brick sheets?
The concrete and brick sheets can be installed with a suitable adhesive to almost any flat surface; we recommend our indoor glue, which comes as plug and play or MAPEI, a flexible semi-contact adhesive for exteriors or wet room.
We recommend MAPEI silicon based glue or mineral glue.
The installation guide can be viewed here.
Do I have to acclimatise the concrete before unrolling?
Yes, the concrete must be kept at room temperature to acclimatise to the environment before un-rolling.
How do I cut the concrete and brick sheets?
The concrete sheets can be simply cut with a Stanley blade.
Is there a joint line between the sheets?
You will see a thick wallpaper line between the sheets, and you can embrace the join and leave a 2mm gap or use the joining paste to blend over the sheets. You must use masking tape on the stone before applying the joint paste to not mark the stone.
How do you finish the edges of the surface?
External edging – apply the small edge first, overlap the large edge by 2mm, masking tape the edges, then sand. The joint fill can be used for any gaps. Internal edging – butt the edges up and run a sealant down in the shower.
Do the concrete and brick surfaces require a sealant?
The surfaces are 100% natural stone which is naturally porous to oils, grease and limescale. We recommend water based sealants, or any hard sealer you can find in dye shops but always remember to do a patch test with any sealant to make sure it does not change the stone's colour. Bathrooms and kitchens may need resealing yearly.
Are the sheets waterproof, and can they be used in showers?
Yes, it is waterproof; however, we recommend protecting it against limescale and oils.
Can I use the concrete and brick sheets outside?
You can use the stone on walls externally; however, it will need to be protected with our external finish.