Polished Concrete Floor
The beauty and ease of maintenance of polished concrete have been becoming increasingly popular among homeowners and businesses.
A concrete floor is a blank canvas. Whether you add travertine, Ceramic, or decorative stains and polishes directly to the epoxy floor, you are in control.
Old flooring tends to have imperfections; however, many can be overcome and seen to add character to the finished look.
Polished concrete is trendy in the flooring industry.
Concrete polishing includes:
- Surface Prep
- Grinding and polishing
- Staining and Color treatments
Richmond Epoxy Flooring Experts is working to provide you the best services for epoxy polishing and installation.
Over the year 2020, as the concrete polishing industry has matured and come out with numerous shortcuts to polish, we have held fast to our commitment to creating real long-term value for our concrete polishing customers.
Because of our endless pursuit of long-term customer value, Richmond Epoxy Flooring Experts do not adopt new, less expensive shortcut methods to get to a polish.
Below are the detailed steps necessary to provide a highly reflective long-lasting finish to your concrete floors.
Surface Prep • Grinding • Polishing
The concrete surface prep process is just as it sounds. Practical surface prep includes the filling and preparation of cracks and holes to match the existing surface. It also removes carpet glue, black mastic, and anything else that is on the surface.
Occasionally, surface prep can include the removal of carpet and other debris from the surface. Still, it is always less expensive to hire a demolition and removal contractor for that type of service.
Concrete polishing is the process of refining the surface to the desired level of shine—concrete coating forms a rough starting condition to a smooth and highly polished finish.
This process uses successive diamond grits and pads to achieve the highest shine attainable for your surfaces.
Densifier and Guard
Densifier is applied to react with the surface and create a challenging, highly durable, and maintainable finish. We use one of two high-quality densifiers depending on your needs.
Guard has become an industry-wide norm for protecting the finished surface from both traffic and acid-containing liquids.
While guard will not prevent etching, it does slow it down and usually provides time to remove a spill from the surface. You can request for any concrete polishing project at an additional cost.
Staining, Color Treatments, and other Decorative treatments
You have the option to create genuinely decorative beauty with your concrete surfaces. Whether its applying color, cutting or embossing your logo into the material, your cover is limited only by your imagination. Send us pictures and ideas, and we can provide a budget number.
We are a locally owned and operated epoxy company in Richmond. We promise to provide you with the excellent service you deserve.
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