Polished Concrete Floors
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Concrete has always been one of the most commonly used materials in the field of construction. It is best known for its cost saving and durability features. However, concrete floors have always been imagined to be dull and boring. This is the reason why they were always a popular choice among commercial establishments having acres of property to cover. With modern technology though, business owners can now take advantage of concrete floors in different patterns, designs, and colors without compromising on the cost-saving and durability factors.
Polished concrete has become a popular alternative to other flooring materials. There are number of benefits associated with it.
Some benefits include:
High Definition Floors offers polished concrete flooring in a superior class of quality. Our floors are highly durable and affordable. This is the reason they are widely used in large commercial establishments like retail stores, warehouses, office facilities, municipalities, and others. Most of our clients require a smooth and high-luster finish which needs minimal attention.
Polished concrete floors are very affordable. Unlike other flooring materials such as stone and wood, they can last for many years without showing any signs of chipping, cracking, or wear. The maintenance cost is also much less. The economical aspect of this type of flooring is also associated with keeping floors clean, traffic-friendly, and durable.
When we talk about polished concrete floors, you’d be surprised to know that they are available in a wide range of colors, shades, designs and patterns to match the interior theme of any commercial establishment. They deliver a striking appearance and the exposure of small sized aggregate in the concrete can give it a look of a real stone or other building materials. The best part is that you can modify the color and look as per your individual preferences. They are also created in various levels of sheen depending on the degree of shine and reflectivity that is desired.
Existing Concrete Flooring Process
You can repair and improve your existing concrete floors through concrete polishing. The level, patch, and repair process may be needed as per the existing condition of the flooring. Often times existing concrete floors require treatment before beginning the polishing process. High Definition Floors may begin by leveling uneven sections and repairing pits so that you get a complete, even and raw floor to start the grinding procedure.
Once the patch and repair are done, we will proceed to grind existing floor spilling, coatings and impact damage. Diamond grinding and polishing is performed before the final finish.
The final floor is then treated with a hardening coating, which makes the concrete surface harder and more dense. You get a floor that is resistant to flaking, chipping, and spills while the shine is enhanced.
New Polished Concrete Flooring Process
Employing polished concrete in new concrete flooring provides substantial financial, environmental and aesthetic benefits. If you are in the beginning of the building process, consider the benefits of polished concrete while selecting your flooring choice.
Polished concrete can help you save a lot of money over other types of flooring. This is because the reflective nature of the floor helps save on the cost of lighting/energy as well as maintenance. The floor will last for a very long time, without you having to compromise on the flooring design, presentation, or durability.
Please contact High Definition Floors for more information at (404) 548-9359.
High Definition Floors serves commercial polished concrete flooring clients in the Atlanta and Metro Atlanta areas including: Marietta, Acworth, Kennesaw, Powder Springs, Woodstock, Alpharetta, Duluth, Mableton, Tucker, Stone Mountain, Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody, North Druid Hills, Decatur, Brookhaven, East Cobb, West Cobb, Lithia Springs, Douglasville, Peachtree City, Newnan, Smyrna, Roswell, Vinings, Smyrna, Mableton, Johns Creek, Milton, Dunwoody, Midtown and Downtown Atlanta, Cumming, Lilburn, Snellville, Loganville, Lawrenceville, Buford, and more!