For flooring with the perfect blend of contemporary style, function, and sustainability, polished concrete is designed to be low-maintenance and long-lasting. A versatile choice for your commercial space, the colour and finish options make for endless design possibilities, while the smooth sealed surface provides a healthier, more hygienic environment.
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Polished concrete is well-known for its strength and resilience, making it the ideal choice for high-traffic commercial areas such as retail stores, warehouses, and office buildings. Its hard-wearing sealed finish has a low VOC rating, providing better indoor air quality and easy cleaning. Polishing concrete is an energy-efficient and cost-effective way to create a high-performance floor that resists stains, spills, and signs of wear and tear.
With an extensive range of textures and patterns to choose from, you can create a look to suit any interior style. Your floors can be painted, contrasted, or ground down to achieve your desired aesthetic. The high-gloss finish not only adds to the sleek appearance but also provides a non-slip protective layer that will reflect and enhance natural lighting.
Grind and seal is a process where a concrete slab is repeatedly run through a grind pass with fine grinding tools such as coarse diamond, and a coat of water-based or urethane sealant applied after the final pass.Read more
Polished concrete is achieved by repeatedly processing a concrete slab through ‘grinding’ methods with progressively finer tools. A concrete hardener is also applied during the polishing process to chemically harden the surface and make it dustproof. The result is a smooth, shiny slab with a high grit level (1500-3000).
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Polished concrete’s shiny look is achieved through repeated polishing and treatment, while grind and seal slabs use a water-based top coat or urethane sealer after the final grind pass. They have a similar look, but the process of grinding and sealing concrete is quicker.
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Polished concrete flooring is highly recommended for indoor commercial areas such as retail and office spaces or shopping complexes because its hygienic, non-slip, low maintenance, and durable. It is not suitable for outdoor areas.
Polished concrete flooring is known for its longevity, with a lifespan of 20 years or more when properly maintained. The durable surface resists scratches, stains, and wear, making it an excellent long-term investment for residential and commercial spaces.
A: Yes, polished concrete flooring is highly customisable. With a wide range of finishes and colours available, you can create a unique look that complements your space’s design and aesthetic.
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We believe in delivering premium quality commercial polished concrete in Melbourne, with a luxurious feel and refreshing appearance. That’s why we hire only the best flooring experts for the job. Our professionals are equipped with all the knowledge they need for every step of the flooring installation process, from preparation to final checks. Together, we work to deliver a flooring solution that gives you ease of movement and comfort while saving on time and money.
Our team members all come with a minimum requirement of Certificate III in Flooring Technology, and can handle projects of all manner and size. Workplace safety is their foremost priority, and all credentials such as the Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) will be duly provided. We maintain our work in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (OHS Act) and the National Construction Code (NCC).
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