What Is Polished Concrete?
No matter the structure, whether it is your Boston home, office, or warehouse, concrete is used in the foundation. It shouldn't come as a surprise, then, that polished concrete is replacing other interior design materials in many residential, commercial, and industrial buildings in Boston. Although concrete offers excellent performance and durability, it can be challenging to maintain in its original state. Concrete is porous and prone to chipping, dusty, and staining when installed initially as flooring. In addition, water and other liquids can easily seep into and damage it.
At Epoxy Flooring Boston, we employ a multi-step procedure that involves mechanically honing and grinding the concrete, polishing it, and cutting the concrete's surface with diamond discs. As the concrete slab is hardened and sealed to prevent damage, this procedure produces various amounts of stone exposure and gloss.
The end product is an elegant concrete floor with many advantages. Our polished concrete floors are perfect for commercial buildings like hotels, office buildings, warehouses, retail stores, grocery stores, bars, restaurants, hotels, office buildings, logistical centers, distribution centers, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and many more locations around Boston.