Polished Concrete floors for many uses
Polished concrete can be a low maintenance flooring option with an extremely low cost life cycle compared to other floor coverings.
The Concrete Polishing Association of Ameria - CPAA has defined polished concrete as; “ The act of changing a concrete floor surface, with or without aggregate exposure, until the desired level of a glossy finish is achieved.”
Floor coatings are tough, protective layers used in applications where heavy surface wear or corrosion is expected. Typical applications include warehouses, chemical plants, and manufacturing floors.
Floor coatings can also be used to: brighten or define areas of facilities. Coatings are engineered coatings to protect industrial floors from wear and tear from heavy equipment and or vehicles.
Coatings are also used in hospitals, commercial kitchens to keep germs and bacteria from filling in a porous surface such as untreated concrete floors.
Acid stained, Overlays, Stamping & Epoxy
Overlays are used to increase the aesthetic appeal of plain gray concrete.
A concrete overlay is a thin color concrete cement based product that goes over existing concrete for repair or decorative reasons. Overlays can be applied as thin as a feather finish up to in most cases 3/4″ depending on the desired finish.
Stamped concrete is a rubber stamp placed on new concrete or stamp able overlays, colored and sealed.
Epoxy is a two part chemical product placed on structurally sound floors to increase the beauty of the floor. These are often used in commercial kitchens, hospitals, and retail applications.
Epoxy is a very strong type of glue. Epoxy is used in the construction of airplanes and cars, among other things. While epoxy can be used for a variety of substances made of a certain chemical compound, from paints to plastics, it most commonly means an industrial-strength adhesive.