The process for finishing an interior concrete floor is to grind the surface down until it is smooth. Based on your needs, the amount of grinding will vary per job. Shallow grinding is often used to prepare the surface for polishing or for a solid-color epoxy, while a deeper grind can expose the small stones in the concrete, providing a unique texture to your concrete floor.
Acid Staining will give your floors an amazing and bold look. Turn you’re the ordinary concrete into an upscale surface that looks like marble or glazed stone. Each concrete slab accepts the stain in varying degrees of intensity creating stunning, multi colored variations to the surface.
After grinding concrete floors, a protective coating is applied. There is a wide variety of options depending on the look you desire. A simple polish can be applied. For garage floors, a solid-color epoxy is typically applied followed by a scattering of colored vinyl chips to create a uniform finish. To showcase the concrete's natural aggregate, a clear urethane coat provides long-lasting beauty and durability.
Rejuvenate your stamped concrete or your broom finished driveway and sidewalks by cleaning and sealing them. This will protect them from the weather and give them that amazing as if they were brand new. Protect that investment and save time and money down the road.