Polished & Stained Concrete
Whether you choose beautiful concrete polishing or stained concrete, you can expect long-lasting, non-slip flooring which requires minimal maintenance. Concrete is a sustainable product and has excellent strength, meaning it can be used in areas where there is high-density foot traffic, machinery, and other applications where a long-wearing flooring is the best option.
Whether you’ve looking for a simple high-gloss floor to transform your old boring looking garage; or need a showroom or cafeteria floor that is durable and seamless, our flooring systems are designed to withstand heavy footfall or stains – and is easily cleaned as well as slip-resistant.
Explore our projects to see how we can tailor your poured floor to your exact specifications.
Many of our clients also choose to have their polished concrete sealed as well.
Stained & Sealed Concrete
What are the differences between stained and polished concrete floors?
MECHANICAL VS. CHEMICAL
Polished concrete is achieved by a mechanical process which involves grinding, honing, and polishing. Stained concrete is the application of a stain, either acid or water-based, which changes the color of the concrete.
NATURAL VS. COLOR
Polished concrete exposes the natural beauty of the element in concrete. Stained concrete changes the color of the concrete, itself.
While either of these options is typically low maintenance, stained concrete does require a sealer or floor wax to maintain the integrity of the color.
What are the best applications for stained vs. polished and sealed of flooring?
Any concrete area which needs to look perpetually beautiful but also requires slip-free footing and little maintenance is a candidate for polished concrete. Stained concrete is suitable for an area that can be periodically waxed. Each application has particular advantages and we work with the customer to help them choose an option which brings the highest possible value and satisfaction.
How long does the installation process take for each?
The amount of time is dependent on the size of the job and availability of technicians, of course, but as a broad rule, concrete polishing will only take a few (4-5) days. However, the concrete must be pre-cured for a minimum of 28 days before it can be polished. Stained concrete will take less time, (3-4 days), depending on the type of stain the customer wants, the kind of dyes, if any stencils are used, and then the final sealing. Again, the size of the job is also a factor. We also work with our clients and schedules to make sure things move along as swiftly as possible
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