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Concrete Polishing in Citrus Heights, CA

Polished ConcreteWhen you want your concrete to look shiny, look no further than the concrete polishing techniques from West Coast Epoxy in Citrus Heights. We polish concrete using the latest in concrete technology to stain, polish and protect your newly colored concrete floor.

The Polished Concrete Process

Here are the usual steps involved when polishing concrete:

  • Grinding – A strong grind of the present concrete prevents imperfections and the floor sealers stick permanently. We use premium industrial vacuum machines to grab the dust produced during the grind.
  • Leveling – Areas with cracks, faults, or deterioration are refloated to the same level as the rest of the concrete. This way the polish is 100 percent even.
  • Staining – Your concrete floor is infused, not just coated, with a color stain of your choosing. Any desired patterns are also added at this time. Stains can be heavy, covering the concrete grain, or light, allowing patterns in the concrete to show through like polished wood.
  • Clear protective layer – Floor sealers applied on top of the polished floor fill the pores and bring out the impressive gloss. These clear sealers bond to the smooth concrete with immense strength, creating a floor that is very low maintenance. For locations where heavy traffic is common, we lay down a thicker coat of protective sealers to compensate.

Concrete polishing,  offers the finest in decorative durability, for both business and home, while also creating chemical and scratch resistance. This technique is easily the best for businesses wanting a colorful, tougher, and low-maintenance floor surface in their industrial or commercial facility, or for homeowners wanting an outstanding floor that is simple to maintain.

If you desire to talk about the selections for adding a durable, shiny coating to your concrete floor, please contact West Coast Epoxy in Citrus Heights, or use our online form to request a free site examination and quote.
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