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Concrete Polishing and Sealing

Transform your concrete floors from functional to attractive with our concrete polishing and sealing process. This cost-effective solution is one of the most popular floor finishing options in commercial flooring for its affordability, professional look, low maintenance, and minimal disruption. Our polish also seals and protects your floor for added durability.

Level 1 – Flat Matte Finish
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Approximate Grit: 100
Appearance: Soft and hazy
Reflection: Minimal
Common Uses: Warehouses, manufacturing facilities
Level 2 – Honed Satin Finish
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Approximate Grit: 400
Appearance: A subtle shimmer
Reflection: Produces a slight overhead reflection at 100 ft.
Common Uses: Schools, government buildings
Polished concrete with a satin finish
Level 3 – Polished Finish
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Approximate Grit: 1,500
Appearance: A lustrous shine
Reflection: Good, clear light reflection at 30-50 ft.
Common Uses: Restaurants, hospitality spaces, retail environments
Level 4 – High Gloss Polished Finish
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Approximate Grit: 3,000
Appearance: Glasslike
Reflection: Reflects light from nearly any distance and vantage point
Common Uses: Art museums, private venues

Our Concrete Polishing and Sealing Process

Utilizing the latest concrete polishing techniques and equipment, our expert field staff will prepare, polish, and seal your concrete surfaces to create an attractive and durable floor.

  1. The floor is correctly prepared for polishing. This includes removing existing floor coatings and adhesives, as well as repairing any cracks, holes, or other substrate imperfections.
  2. The surface is ground to a flat, smooth surface using metal-bonded disc tooling. Water is intermittently applied to the surface to reduce the amount of heat generation.
  3. Specialized edging machines are used to grind near walls, tight corners, and other hard-to-reach areas.
  4. Chemical hardener is applied to the surface to densify the concrete.
  5. Steps 2–3 are often repeated with disc tooling increasing in grit level until the desired level of finish is achieved.
  6. A thin layer of concrete sealer and/or guard is applied to the surface to protect against stains, corrosion, and damage.
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