Polished concrete is one of these finishes that can work well on all sorts of surfaces. We do a lot of this work on garages and other areas. One of the things that we enjoy quite a bit about this type of work is that we are always going to be giving our clients a unique finish. There are no two surfaces that are going to be exactly the same. Yet, if you have very particular needs we are going to be sure to do our best to fill them for you.
Trust The Process
One of the things about concrete polishing and basically any other finish that we are able to provide that we tell people is that you have to be very careful with the time that you allow the surface to be able to dry. We’d rather have it dry out for one more day than maybe it would technically need to. Rather than trying to speed things up. If we try to speed things up it’s not the surface that is going to crumble all of a sudden. The actual colors and some of the designs may not blend together perfectly and you are going to see more imperfections. That’s exactly what we are going to be looking to avoid.
Concrete Polishing An Existing Area
Out of the services that we provide there are very few instances as satisfying as adding a polished concrete finish to an older existing concrete area. It can turn everything around in a matter of days. The look and feel of entire rooms can change real quickly. Going back to what we talked about in the last paragraph. What will allow us to provide great results is trusting the process doing every step right. You can see some great results from something like this.
Unique Colors & Designs
One of the biggest benefits that you are going to be able to obtain from this type of procedure will be that the look and feel of the surface can be customized completely. This means that you are going to be able to add all sorts of different colors and designs to the area. It can actually be hard to replicate something in the exact same manner. For example, if you like a picture of a floor you saw and you would want to fully replicate that on your floor that could be a bit harder to achieve. We can certainly give it a good go though.
How Often Would I Need To Retouch The Area?
Maybe looking into retouching the area every 3 to 5 years could be a good idea. It’s all going to depend on the type of usage that the area gets. If it’s in a garage that is getting a lot of vehicle traffic it’s going to naturally wear down much quicker. In other areas where you don’t get heavy-duty traffic the concrete can hold up much better. Just properly cleaning it can be a better option in those cases.