Concrete Polished Floors

Advanced Floor Coatings uses Concrete Polished Floors on concrete floors as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, wood, and linoleum. You can enjoy the low maintenance benefits because there’s no wax, epoxy, acrylic, or any other shiny coverings applied that will eventually fail. Polished concrete floors provide higher levels of co-efficient friction than any other coating on the market.

Wet or dry polished concrete floors can meet OHSA standards. So if you’re tired of stripping and waxing floors, a polished concrete floor might be the way to go over a decorative epoxy flake floor system.


Benefits of Polished Concrete Floors

avoidslipsPolished concrete is a mechanical grinding & polishing process that utilizes industrial diamonds to grind the concrete surface down. From there hardeners and sealers are used to level, densify, polish and seal the concrete floor from within the interior of the floor’s concrete surface.

In heavy industrial, commercial or institutional use, an inexpensive re-polish may be needed years down the road, depending on your maintenance. There are many ways for concrete floors to break as they age: rain damage, surface stress, delamination, improper curing, curled cold joints, joint shoulder failure and several more.

The dry concrete polishing process actually removes the top part of the surface of the old concrete floor (including any patchy, partial, or whole coatings) and hardens the exposed concrete surface beneath. Old, deteriorating, or weak concrete is strengthened and its impact and abrasion resistance is increased.

Polished Concrete Flooring Pictures

Polished concrete works great as a flooring solution in warehouse and industrial facilities while cost-effective and abrasion resistance.

Benefits of Polished Cement Floors

The versatility of Concrete Polished Floors make it so that business owners can choose from different levels of sheen from stain to high-gloss. This makes for better maintenance control and aesthetic requirements. Benefits of commercial and retail polished floors include:

  • Cost savings using existing floor surface
  • Resistance to high foot traffic
  • Easy to clean (no more messy waxes and coatings)
  • Resistant to moisture transmission issues
  • Increased light reflectivity, this helps project a better professional image.
  • Environmentally friendly, no hazardous coatings or adhesives required.

Concrete Polishing Combined with Safety Floor Stripping

  • Polished Concrete Floor with safety stripes
  • Polished Concrete Floor with safety stripes
  • Polished Concrete Floor with safety stripes
  • Polished Concrete Floor with safety stripes
  • Polished Concrete Floor with safety stripes
  • Polished Concrete Floor with safety stripes

benefits and features

  • Easy to maintain—no waxing or re-polishing required
  • Skid-resistant options that do not interfere with aesthetics
  • Quick turnover, fast-curing systems available
  • Quick turnover
  • Fast-curing systems available
  • Moisture barriers and waterproofing underlayments available

What Are The Benefits of Polished Concrete?

When a forklift burns out on a coated floor the friction caused between its tire and the concrete surface leaves a mark. This does not occur on a polished concrete floor because there are no resins to burn on the concrete’s surface.

Recommended Places for Polished Concrete Floors

ccl-concrete-polish-after2Polished concrete floor finishes are perfect in the following environments:

  • warehouses
  • Retail Stores
  • Industrial Plants
    • Government Buildings
    • Manufacturing Facilities
    • Public Places
      • And more

      WE DO IT RIGHT – Concrete Polishing Contractors

      Not everyone can polish a high-quality concrete floor. Advanced Floor Coatings offers complete concrete polishing services from start to finish. It takes experience, proper equipment and the right materials to prepare and polish a concrete surface that will have a long life cycle.

      Ready to start your concrete polishing project with and Advanced Floor Coatings? Contact us toll free today at 1-800-288-9589 or ask one of our experts through our contact form.