Concrete PolishingConcrete polishing is fast becoming the ultimate advantage to floor care. The life expectancy of a concrete floor will far surpass that of most other flooring surfaces, making it a common choice for warehouses, manufacturing facilities, large stores, schools, hospitals, and government buildings. Polished concrete offers superior durability and a professional look. More retail, warehouses, schools and office buildings are selecting polished concrete flooring over tile, linoleum, marble or coated concrete.
Universal Services is the only local CERTIFIED provider of this service in the statePolished concrete flooring is a multistep process, allowing you to choose the level of sheen, from low-gloss to high-gloss. The polishing process eliminates the need for special waxes or coatings, as well as the associated labor, time and expense to apply them. Polished concrete floors are generally no slicker than untreated concrete surfaces and are about 40% less slippery than a hardwood floor, waxed linoleum or polished marble. This versatility makes polished concrete an ideal flooring material for a variety of applications. The polishing process of concrete floors requires a great level of expertise and the use of specialized heavy-duty machines equipped with disks that grind down surfaces to the desired degree of shine and smoothness. Our experienced workers use high quality machines that have been developed to produce the best look and quality in concrete floors. The high light reflectivity of polished concrete is an important benefit for customers. Those office buildings, hotels, restaurants, schools and other public facilities that want to project a bright, clean, professional image have all been treated with polished flooring. Furthermore, polished concrete may be stained, stenciled or engraved to add character and further improve its appearance. A typical site for concrete grinding & polishing may include…
- Office buildings
- Production floors / Utility rooms
- Commercial entry ways and offices