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Are they loud?
Are they hard on the feet?
Polished concrete is one of the most innovative and economical flooring options available today and can be seen in warehouses, retail stores, manufacturing facilities, restaurants, show room floors, garages and even residential interiors.
Polished concrete is an attractive alternative for homeowners or businesses that can’t afford marble or granite floors but want the same brilliant, mirror-like finish. Polished concrete floors provide high light-reflectivity reducing lighting costs.
Polishing concrete transforms it from a porous surface into a dense surface that inhibits water, oil and other contaminants from penetrating the surface. In warehouses it will eliminate tire marks. When a forklift burns out on a coated floor, the friction caused between its tire and the surface leaves a mark. This does not occur on a polished concrete floor as there are no resins to burn on the surface.
Polished concrete is one of the most economical, cost effective flooring alternatives out there. The reduced costs associated with saved energy, reduced tire wear, maintenance reduction, and especially the long-lasting durability shows that polished concrete is a budget sensible, as well as beautiful, flooring system.
There is simply 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 twenty years later. Polished concrete floors will be there as long as the slab exists, whether that is forty, fifty, or one hundred years later. With proper maintenance and an occasional re-polish, polished concrete floors provide savings short and long term.
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