Concrete floor polishing

Polishing concrete eliminates roughness, leaving a dense, smooth surface. A polished concrete surface does not need a mandatory protective coating.

Concrete floor polishing

Properly executed grinding adds to the practicality of the concrete surface, since the need to spend huge amounts of money on its maintenance disappears. After sanding, the moisture resistance of the floor increases. The coating becomes more durable, which allows it to be used in conditions of heavy traffic or people.

Sanding of concrete is carried out with or without subsequent polishing. After polishing, no additional coating is applied to the floor surface. If grinding is carried out without polishing, then the floor becomes rough after processing and it can be applied with a protective, impregnating or finishing coating, which is decorative.

Sanding is also indispensable in case of severe wear of the concrete floor, with the destruction of the top coating. This can happen after several cycles of freezing and thawing water in the floor structure. After removing the worn layer, the coating returns to its original strength. Using grinding, you can eliminate the deformation of individual sections of the floor, repair cracks and chips, and get rid of ripples.

Concrete polishing is a floor finishing treatment that eliminates roughness, leaving a dense, smooth surface. For polishing, the finest abrasives are used. A polished concrete surface does not need a mandatory protective coating.

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