The process of coarsely grinding concrete, honing, densifying and polished the concrete slab to transform a basic concrete slab into a highly reflective, durable flooring solution.
Paste Polish– Honing and Polishing the very top of the concrete with very little product removal.
Fine/Sand Aggregate– Grinding to remove the “cream” or “cap” the concrete surface to reveal sand particles, honing and polishing the surface
Full Exposure– Grinding to expose the large aggregate under the surface of the concrete, honing and polishing the surface.
The process of filling the pinholes, voids and cracks in the concrete surface prior to the concrete polishing process. This process results in a higher reflective and less porous surface making it easier to maintain and providing a longer lasting solution.
Application of Potassium and Lithium densifiers during the concrete polishing process to strengthen and harden the concrete surface. We have found densifiers that are unmatched and result in the highest quality polished concrete floors.
Absolutely not, we view concrete polishing as an art. With the proper training, equipment and chemicals the floor will not result in the end users desired results.
No, we can perform a “paste” or “cream” polish. This floor will result in no medium or large aggregate exposure, we will hone and polished the surface of the concrete to reveal the true character of the concrete finishing.
Yes we do, not all polished concrete floors have to be finished to a high gloss finish.