Companies
Cemcrete
Manufacturers of Distinctive Decorative Coatings
Since 1973 Cemcrete has manufactured a specialised range of cement-based coatings and building materials to finish and aid in construction projects. Cemcrete’s range of over 80 products includes cement-based finishes for walls, floors, countertops, pools and many more. These distinctive finishes are favourable among homeowners, architects and the construction industry in general due to their superior quality, excellent value, as well as offering a unique alternative to generic coatings.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Kasi Shade are professional suppliers, installers and repairers of awning, carports, shade ports, skylights, patio covers, and customised shade ports.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
As part of the Norcros group, Johnson Tiles South Africa, manufactures quality glazed ceramic and glazed porcelain floor tiles to international standards at our state-of-the-art plant in Olifantsfontein.  In addition to this, Johnson Tiles South Africa is also able to produce Inkjet Tiles, thus enabling us to offer you a wide variety of fashionable high-quality tiles in a multitude of photo-realistic designs.
location_on Olifantsfontein, Gauteng
Monier Roofing (Pty) Ltd
Coverland is the South African brand of the worldwide.
News & Product Highlights
verified_userMonier Roofing (Pty) Ltd

Breaking new boundaries in cement-based cladding

Ongoing research in the field of cement-based cladding materials is increasing the ‘green’ aspects of composite and sandwich panel systems, according to Daniel van der Merwe, architect at the Cement & Concrete Institute (C&CI).
today10 Nov 2014
verified_userJohnson Tiles

Johnson Tiles reveals the latest tile trends from Cersaie 2014

Local tile manufacturer Johnson Tiles recently attended the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings (Cersaie), which took place in Bologna, Italy from 22 – 26 September. Wood, concrete and stone designs in ceramic tiles remain in vogue, while the ethnic eclectic décor trend is also still fashionable. New themes included geometric designs, monochromatic colour combinations, interlocking tiles and tiles featuring inserts and detail.