Concrete Floor Polishing

With our equipment fleet and our Installation specialists, we are able to complete your floor enhancement project.

  • Concrete Polishing
  • Concrete Polishing Contractors
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  • Polished Concrete Floors
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  • Commercial Concrete Polishing
  • Polished Concrete Floors
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Concrete Floor Polishing and Refinishing Contractors

Concrete polishing has become the most unique flooring option on the market since every concrete floor has unique characteristics. Polishing is similar to terrazzo flooring except terrazzo actually installs a specific pattern and product to create specific results. With concrete polishing, each slab of concrete has its own unique installation, qualities, imperfections and history. This process is being used in retail stores, large box stores, warehouses, industrial manufacturing, healthcare facilities, restaurants, and commercial garages.

Concrete polishing is a multi-step process, depending on the quality of surface and desired outcome. The process uses diamonds to “sand” or "grind" the concrete smooth, similar to the sanding of wood. Each step utilizes a different grit increment to create a more reflective, smoother floor. Colored dyes can be utilized to tint the slab to a specific color, giving it a unique finish. Matching joint fillers and repair products can be utilized to make the concrete more consistent and easier to maintain.

Our equipment is efficient at removing old floor coverings and creating a new one floor that is easy to maintain and durable. The grinding equipment is paired with industrial HEPA vacuums to ensure a safe and clean process.


In addition to the low maintenance feature, a polished concrete floor can brighten a space by its inherent reflectivity properties. Most of the large retail warehouse stores utilize polished concrete in their facilities because it is easier to clean and reflects up to 30% more light.

Most of the products utilized to deliver a polished floor are non-toxic, low VOC, and low odor so that it is consistent with its “green” construction affiliations.

The options are quite endless and a tailored option based on your needs and budget can be created today. Just call with your needs and we can figure out the rest.

Concrete Polishing is Often Used to Fix the Following:

  • Uneven joints creating possible trip hazard
  • Spalled areas and deteriorating surfaces
  • Old paint, coatings, adhesives, and mastics that need removed
  • Uneven floor level making tile and flooring difficult or impossible to install
  • Poor concrete installation
  • Surface is too rough for bare feet

We will work closely with contractors to level the floor and make it the desired subfloor. While this process requires multiple passes and multiple checks by our customer, it is far less expensive and less intrusive than complete slab replacement.

The tools are fume-free and dry for indoor or outdoor applications, and they utilize an industrial mobile vacuum system, thereby leaving a clean dry surface. The dry waste is removed from your location and properly disposed of. Multiple surface finishes are also available for your application.

Beneficial outcomes:

  • Chemical free process
  • Increased traction
  • Production time is greater than shot blasting and scarifying
  • Renewed surface opened to receive new coating or flooring
  • ShaveMaster Exposing Large Aggregate



In ordinary unpolished concrete, tiny particles of dust are pushed to the surface through an upward force called efflorescence. The continual forcing of dust to the surface is, quite appropriately, called dusting. Dusting forces epoxies off of the surface of concrete floors, and can make maintenance a costly priority. Polished concrete floor eliminates dusting entirely, making for a much healthier work environment.



Simply put, a polished concrete floor system transforms a porous concrete floor into a tightened surface, dense enough to keep water, oil, and other contaminants from penetrating the surface.



There are dozens of ways for concrete floors to break as they get old: rain damage, surface stress, delamination, improper curing, curled cold joints, joint shoulder failure...the list goes on. But one solution, the Polished Concrete floor system, can make any floor look better than new. We actually remove the top part of the surface of your old concrete floor (including any patchy, partial, or whole coatings), and harden what was once beneath the old surface. Old, deteriorating, or weak concrete can be strengthened, and have its impact resistance and abrasion resistance increased, once the floor has been polished.



With a floor as reflective as a polished concrete floor, the increased lighting in your facility doesn't just make it easier on your lighting bill or merely make your floor look more beautiful. Whether employee or customer, anyone in your facility who is able to see better will be able to use your facility more easily than before. Can any other floor system do that?



When a concrete floor is polished, it may look like glass, but it has a higher friction co-efficient than ordinary concrete. Simply put, it is much harder to slip on a polished concrete floor, wet or dry. Polished Concrete always meets and often exceeds OSHA standards for floors.



In other floor systems, a tire mark is usually there to stay until the floor is repaired. With a polished concrete floor system, ordinary cleaning removes such blemishes immediately.



In heavy industrial facilities, rough and uneven surfaces cause tires to wear out rather quickly. Most concrete floors have small "curling" joints, from where the concrete bows upward on the edges during concrete curing. Getting a Polished Concrete floor system on these areas will level the joints and make the entire surface smooth, making tires last much longer.



Most floor systems, even ordinary concrete floors, require aggressive scrubbing. Oil, paint, and other staining spills can leave lasting impressions on ordinary surfaces. But a polished concrete floor system doesn't require such intense scrubbing -- the surface is so tightly compacted that it actually repels oils and other substances, making cleaning much easier than with other floors.



Polished areas can be put into service immediately after the process is complete. Due to the cleanliness of the process and the lack of toxic or hazardous chemicals, we have helped food manufacturing corporations, pharmaceutical manufacturers and other medical supply corporations meet the strict condition standards that their floors require. In many cases you can install a polished concrete floor system while the plant is in full production. Polished Concrete floors have been installed in hospitals, with patients, family and hospital staff walking on the floors, without interruption to their daily routine & activity.



The savings from a polished concrete floor system easily runs into the hundreds of thousands of dollars for most facilities, even in a 10-12 year period. The numbers speak for themselves.



With Polished Concrete, there is no need to wax or strip the floor. All the maintenance hours and cost that used to have to be spent on such things can finally be spent elsewhere, since a Polished Concrete floor system never needs it!



Polished concrete can sometimes be mistaken for marble; it is so smooth and attractive. No other floor system can boast such beauty as a Polished Concrete floor system. Epoxies don't even come close. Photos may help tell the story, but a real-life demo will make you a believer.



There is simply no comparison to other floor systems when it comes to how long a floor can last. The first Polished Concrete floor systems are still in excellent condition, and in the event that they need to be refurbished, that can be done at a fraction of the cost of any other floor system, extending the life that much farther.