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Concrete Floors for Residences

Have you always considered concrete floors to be cold and drab instead of the warm, inviting atmosphere you were trying to create? Very few homeowners immediately consider concrete flooring for their personal home. However, this trend is starting to surface in the...

When Do You Need to Make Repairs to Concrete Floors?

All concrete slabs will eventually show some signs of minor or major wear and tear over the years. You may first see small hairline cracks or holes start to develop on the surface, and they may never evolve into anything much larger than this. Many homeowners find...

Why You Should Choose Epoxy Flooring

Flooring is easily one of the biggest decisions that you will need to make for a potential project. It not only makes a dramatic impact in the aesthetics of a room, but it is also the aspect that receives the most wear and tear on a daily basis. Your customers will...

How to Clean Polished Concrete Floors

Once you’ve made the decision to install concrete floors in your home or office space, you want to make sure that you protect your investment. With the right care and maintenance, concrete flooring can be extremely long-lasting. This one feature is a huge part of why...

Why Does Concrete Surface Profile Matter?

  If you ask any experienced contractor, they’re likely to tell you the very same thing. Surface preparation is the key component to success of a repair, future floor covering, or polish. Whether you’re working on plywood subfloor or a concrete slab, you can’t...

How Does Shot-Blasting Work?

Preparing your concrete subflooring to accept new flooring or to clear it of old substrates in preparation for polishing requires some significant work. Good old-fashioned elbow grease isn’t likely to strip concrete of its previous adhesives and mastics. Fortunately,...