Concrete Grinding + Sealing
Concrete grinding and sealing is a process used to improve the appearance and longevity of concrete surfaces. The process involves grinding down the surface of the concrete to remove imperfections and create a smooth, even surface. Once the grinding is complete, a sealant is applied to the surface to protect it from the elements and daily wear and tear. This can help to extend the life of your concrete and keep it looking great for years to come. Concrete grinding and sealing is a great way to improve the look and function of your concrete surfaces.
Polished concrete floors are concrete floors that have been treated with a chemical densifier and ground down with progressively finer grinding tools. This process creates a smooth, glossy finish that is both durable and easy to maintain. The level of shine can be customized to suit the needs of the space, from a low-sheen matte finish to a high-gloss finish that looks like polished stone. Polished concrete is a popular choice for both residential and commercial spaces because of its durability, versatility, and cost-effectiveness. It is also a sustainable flooring option because it makes use of an existing material (concrete) and does not require the use of additional finishes or coatings.
Epoxy flooring is a type of flooring system that consists of a layer of epoxy resin that is applied to the surface of a concrete floor. Epoxy flooring is known for its durability, resistance to stains and chemical spills, and easy maintenance. It is often used in commercial, industrial, and residential settings to provide a durable, easy-to-clean surface that is resistant to wear and tear.
Epoxy flooring is available in a wide range of colors and finishes, including solid colors, flakes, and metallic finishes. It is also possible to create custom designs and patterns using epoxy, such as logos or other visual elements. Epoxy flooring is generally easy to clean and maintain, and it can last for many years with proper care.
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About Our Company
Our experienced team at Atlas Concrete brings more than 30 years and 3 million square feet of concrete resurfacing experience to the table.
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