Frequently Asked Questions

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1. How much does Mortex cost?

Usually, from 6 m², a professional asks between €110 and €145 per m² including VAT (i.e. €90 to €120 per m² excluding VAT) (application and products). It depends on the surface area to cover, the support type, the final destination of the application (pool, floor, shower, furniture,…) and the desired finished look. For products only, count between €30 and €50 per m² including VAT (i.e. €25 to €42 per m² excluding VAT). For surface areas smaller than 6 m², consult an applicator.

2. I have some Mortex and Bealcryl over, can I keep them for another project?

If products are kept in good storage conditions, you can reuse them for another project. This is why Beal sells neutral, untinted products.

3. What are the annual holidays of Beal?

In 2017, we will be closed on the following days:
April: Monday 17th
May: Monday 1st, Thursay 25th, Friday 26th and Saturday 27th
June: Monday 5th
July: Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd
August: Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th
October: Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st
November: Wednesday 1st and Saturday 11th
December: from Saturday 23rd to Sunday 31st

4. What type of seal should I use between Mortex and other materials?

A MS Polymer flexible seal because it leaves no grease marks on Mortex, unlike silicone.

5. Do you sell to private individuals?

We sell our products to both professionals and private individuals. Regarding Mortex, we strongly advise everyone to take part in a training before applying the product.

6. Can I paint on Mortex?

The physical properties of Mortex are similar to those of a stone. You must ask the supplier of your paint on which support it can be applied. In all cases, it will be advised to remove the protection if there is one.

7. What are the opening hours of Beal (showroom and shop)?

We welcome you at Beal from Monday to Friday from 08:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. and from 01:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m., as well as Saturday from 09:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. Calculate your itinerary.

8. Do you take part in fairs and exhibitions?

We are taking part in several fairs every year. Consult the list here.

9. Is a private individual able to make his own Bealstone?

Regarding the application itself, a private individual could do his own BEALSTONE on small surfaces. However, in practice, for larger areas, it is not always feasible. BEALSTONE requires indeed special and very expensive tools (rotary sander with diamond disks) that quite often only professionals possess.

10. Is it possible to use Bealstone as a coating for a pool?

BEALSTONE was not designed for this purpose. BEAL does not guarantee an application that was not done according to the application procedure, but studies are in progress on this subject.

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