Polished concrete is a mirror-like floor that enhances any location. There are a wide range of colors and patterns that can be achieved on the floor, depending on the client’s needs. The shine is achieved using acrylics, polyurethanes or epoxies. Heavy duty machines with diamond impregnated disks grind the concrete surface with different sets of grits until a scratch-free floor is achieved.
They form a thin protective layer on the concrete surface and are available with either a solvent base or water base.
They can be used on interior or exterior, and achieve a beautiful look. They are very economical.
They are available in a wide range of colors, textures, mixes and solids. Solvent base sealers provide a better look and lasting protection.
Provides great protection against Clorox products, chemicals and water. However, they do not last as long as polyurethanes and epoxies.
Penetrating sealers react chemically within the concrete to shield against moisture and chemicals.
This sealer is good for exterior applications, where the desired look of the concrete is natural.
Provides protection without changing the appearance of the floor.
Epoxies are two part sealers that form a very thick layer of sealer.
They are a great option for customers looking for a seamless floor. Epoxies can cover imperfections on the concrete. They are only applied on interiors because they are UV intolerant.
Most epoxies give a glossy finish and are available in clear or pigmented colors.
Applied correctly, this sealer offers the best chemical and abrasion resistance. However, they are moisture intolerant.
They are extremely hard and form a thick buildup of sealer.
This can be used either for interior or exterior applications. They perform very well in high traffic areas and are available in solvent base and water base.
The finish of this sealer is clean and will not yellow.
This type of sealer is almost twice as thick as acrylic sealers. They provide protection against a wide range of chemicals and are abrasion resistant.