Our Process

Concrete Blasting

Concrete blasting is an effective way to clean and resurface concrete surfaces. Using metal beads or other abrasive materials, concrete blasting can remove tough contaminants and debris quickly and efficiently. This process is often used to prepare concrete surfaces for painting or other finishes, and it can also be used to simply clean and brighten up a dull or dirty surface. concrete blasting is a versatile tool that can be used to achieve a variety of results.

Concrete Grinding

The grinding process begins with the use of a heavy-duty concrete grinding machine. The diamond-impregnated segments or discs are placed on the machine and it is set to the appropriate speed. The operator then starts the machine and uses it to grind down the rough concrete surface. After the surface has been ground down, the operator then uses a polishing pad to bring out the shine in the concrete. Concrete grinding and polishing is an effective way to improve the appearance of your home or office. It is also a great way to prepare a concrete surface for painting or staining.

Polished Concrete Overlay

A polished concrete overlay is a flooring solution that involves applying a high-strength, low-maintenance concrete veneer on an existing surface. It’s often used to cover up problematic floors and achieve a seamless, smooth finish. The overlay provides an aesthetically pleasing appearance akin to continuous, polished concrete. This durable option is resistant to staining and scuffing, maintaining its appeal for many years with proper care. From residential spaces to commercial establishments, a polished concrete overlay can transform any floor into a beautiful, long-lasting surface.

Concrete Polishing

Polished concrete has become a popular flooring option in recent years, thanks to its durability and low maintenance requirements. When properly sealed, polished concrete can resist staining and fading, and it is easy to clean.  The polishing process begins with a coarse grinding wheel or disk that removes any existing sealers or coatings from the floor. The next step is to use a series of progressively finer grinding wheels or disks until the desired level of shine is achieved. Once the floor is polished, it is sealed with a high-quality sealer to protect it from stains and wear. Polished concrete is an excellent choice for high-traffic areas such as retail stores, restaurants, and office buildings. It can also be used in residential settings, though it is important to note that polished concrete is not as slip-resistant as other flooring options such as tile or vinyl.

Hanging Cove

There are a few different types of coves that can be used in order to protect walls and corners from water damage and debris buildup. The most common type of cove is the radius, which is typically placed in the corner of a wall. This type of cove can prevent water from seeping under the wall and causing damage. Another type of cove is the 45-degree cant, which is placed at the bottom of a wall to prevent debris from accumulating in the corner. This type of cove can also be used to contain chemicals in industrial spaces.

Epoxy Pouring

Epoxy pouring is a construction method used to create smooth, level floors. The process begins by mixing a two-part epoxy resin and a curing agent. This mixture is then poured onto the floor surface and spread evenly using a squeegee. The epoxy will then begin to harden, creating a durable, long-lasting floor. Epoxy floors are ideal for a variety of settings, including industrial and commercial buildings. They are resistant to wear and tear, easy to clean, and slip-resistant. Epoxy floors can also be customized with a variety of colors and designs, making them visually appealing as well as functional.

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