All you wanted to know about polished concrete

Polished concrete is a special kind of concrete that is created through the process of mechanical grinding & polishing of standard concrete. The process makes use of industrial grade diamonds for grinding the concrete surface, impregnating hardeners and sealers in to the concrete, and finally polishing and sealing the floor from within.

Polished concrete can be bought to immediate use after finishing the polishing work. There is no need to wax or strip the floor.

Polished concrete is extremely beautiful to look and is quite often confused as marble due to its smooth surface and shine. The aesthetic appearance of polished concrete makes it a popular flooring option in homes and buildings.

The cleanliness of polished concrete and the absence of toxic substances makes polished concrete ideal flooring solution for food industry and pharmaceutical industries that require very high standard of flooring.

Polished concrete floors boast of increased ambient lighting which not only helps enhance the beauty of the floor, but also helps reduce the need and cost of lighting inside homes and offices where this special type of flooring is used. And to cut the concrete various concrete cutting equipments are required like concrete core drill.

Polished concrete requires low maintenance, helps eliminate tire marks from industrial type vehicles, saves energy and is extremely durable and long lasting. These facts make polished concrete one of the best flooring option out there.

Opt for this beautiful, cost effective flooring system and transform the interiors of your home or office.

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