Concrete Restoration & Engraving, Decorative Concrete
Once you decide you want a new polished concrete floor in your space, you have a huge number of decorative options available to further enhance the attractiveness of your floor. The last thing you want is an ordinary floor, and that’s why we go the extra mile to make your polished concrete floor look exceptional!
One reason why more and more people are choosing polished concrete is because of its versatility. We bring out the best in your concrete floor by enhancing its natural beauty. We achieve this distinctive look for your floor by applying:
Colors. See our color chart page on this site for a list of colors available. Choose one of those colors or a combination of two to create a new color that will make your floor one of a kind.
The sheen you want. After we grind the concrete down, we can give it a matte finish or a high gloss sheen – or anywhere in between, depending on the look that you are trying to achieve
Decorative engraving. We offer you a host of decorative engraving options for your floor, including stenciled graphic designs, to make it even more unique.
By applying any combination of stains, dyes, or decorative cutting to your polished concrete floor, we can give it the spectacular, glistening look of polished stone without the enormous expense.
Your decorated, polished concrete floor can withstand high traffic over an extended period of years and will outlast many other more expensive flooring options, including carpet, tile, and vinyl. The AIA (American Institute of Architects) and the US Building Green Council have officially recognized concrete as a sustainable design material. Polished concrete floors are highly resistant to both scratching and stains, and they require no polishing or sealing once they are complete. The only action required to maintain a polished concrete floor is periodic mopping with warm, soapy water. A polished concrete floor will never chip or peel, and will meet the OSHA requirements for being safe and slip resistant.
Call Concrete Restoration & Engraving today for a consultation and find out why polished concrete is the floor of the future!