Residential Polished Concrete

Residential Polished Concrete

For homeowners, polished concrete is an excellent option which provides a fresh, modern, and clean look to new and existing concrete. Due to its low cost, long life and durability, Polished Concrete has been used in Retail and Commercial Businesses for many years. Now residential customers are moving to polished concrete. The aesthetic beauty, and ability to customize can be used by homeowners looking for a beautiful, low maintenance, healthy floor.

Beautiful. Polished concrete floors are second to none in durability and appearance. Polished concrete floors can be customized to meet your flooring desires. They can be burnished to a high shine, can be dyed or Acid stained an assortment of colors, and can include many decorative options.

Healthy Floors:  Polished concrete floors do not trap mold, mildew, dust mites, bacteria, allergens, or moisture like other floors do. Because the floors are polished, they are not porous, meaning nothing can get inside. Polished concrete is a great alternative for anyone who suffers from allergies, asthma, or other respiratory issues.

Longest-Lasting Floor Solution Available. There is no comparison to other floor systems when it comes to the life of a polished concrete floor. Even the most durable carpet, linoleum or VCT floors will require replacement at some time, whether it is ten or even twenty years later. Polished concrete floors will be there as long as the slab exists, whether that be forty or fifty years later.  

Maintain Polished Concrete – Polished Concrete is one the easiest flooring systems to maintain and does not require aggressive cleaners of brushes to lift dirt away. Aside from the occasional damp mopping, polished concrete floors will require very minimal maintenance.

  • Custom graphic designs on residential floors
  • One of a kind designs for any concrete floor
  • Lasts a lifetime unlike carpet, tile or linoleum for the same price
  • Easy to maintain with damp mopping
  • Wide variety of sheens
  • Decorative staining patterns or inserts
  • Reflects your personal style
  • Resistant to water damage by flooding
  • Artistic staining

Do You Know How Much Concrete Polishing Will Cost You?