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With over 25 years of industry experience, our crews are highly trained and experienced professionals specializing in heavy-duty polishing machines that can gradually grind down your floors to the desired degree of shine and smoothness. Whether you need a low gloss or reflective mirror-like finish, we can create polished concrete floors to meet your maintenance and aesthetic needs.


  • Automobile Dealerships

  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

  • Laboratories

  • Hospitals

  • Commercial Kitchens

  • Beverage Facilities

  • Manufacturing

  • Industrial Facilities


  • High Durability

  • Water Proof

  • Low-Maintenance

  • High Traffic Areas

  • Chemical & Solvent Resistant

  • Installed with Little Downtime


While each type of concrete floor coating has its own strengths and use cases such as chemical resistance, slip resistance, and abrasion resistance, certain features are common to all coated-concrete floors:

A Single Seamless Surface

Concrete coatings are poured onto the (prepared) concrete slab, then spread until the coating is uniform across the entire surface.  After it dries and cures, the result is a floor which is absolutely seamless, covering the surface edge-to-edge with no breaks, joints, or seams.

High Strength

Any properly-installed coated concrete floor will be strong and resistant to damage.  Typically, they are also easy to repair if minor damage does occur.


A coated concrete floor can be expected to last for over a decade, and perhaps much longer, with proper care.  Coated concrete pays for itself quickly, and keeps providing ROI for a long time.

Easy Cleaning and Maintenance

Few flooring types are easier to clean than coated concrete.  Typically, all it needs is to be hosed down with water from time to time, with occasional deeper cleans.  No special tools or cleaning chemicals are required.

Sanitation And Sterilization

Because coated concrete is seamless, there are no cracks that can house microbes, mold, mildew, or other contaminants.  This is vital when dealing with products which are vulnerable to contamination!  If necessary, anti-microbial additives can be put into the coating mixture for more protection.

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