Can I apply or install cemcrete products myself?
Cemcrete products are not DIY, however we do have certain products that are easier to apply than others. We always recommend using a trained contractor to do the application, but if you need more information regarding the application of a Cemcrete product, please download the product datasheets from the products page on our website http://cemcrete.co.za/products/
CAN MY BUILDER DO THE APPLICATION?
If your builder has experience working with Cemcrete products and you feel confident in using them to do the application, then yes. Your builder can also attend our free demo days hosted at our Academy in Johannesburg. Please note attending these demo days does not mean your builder will be an experienced Cemcrete contractor. More details on our demo days at http://cemcrete.co.za/training-courses/
Does cemcrete give a guarantee?
No. Cemcrete is only manufacturers and all our products are produced fit-for-purpose. We are not in control of the application on site, however we 100% back the quality of our products, and if product failure is in question we will investigate thoroughly.
do the cemcrete contractors give guarantees?
The contractors are independent and some do give guarantees on their work. Please check with the individual contractors once you've requested their details above.
do the contractors work for cemcrete?
No. They are independent companies / legal entities.
Can I become a contractor?
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