Polished Concrete Flooring in the Bay Area
At C*Rock Finishing, we provide the following polished concrete flooring services (and more) to Alameda County and the Bay Area, Los Angeles County, County of San Diego, and Sacramento County.
Polished Concrete Flooring
Polished concrete flooring is a great way to get that professional, modern, and highly durable look that captures the eye. An extremely popular option for residents and commercial spaces throughout Oakland county, polished concrete flooring or polished cement is the perfect finish when it comes to low cost options for a professional, long lasting finish.
Types of finishes for Polished Concrete Flooring.
The finish types below, listed from least time intensive to more time intensive, offer different options for polished finishes.
Perfect for industrial or high traffic commercial use, the Industrial Finish requires the least amount of polishing and is a lower-cost option with low cost to maintain. It adds slip and spill-resistance to your concrete floor while increasing durability.
The Commercial Finish provides a smooth finish and the start of a more mirror-like reflection, often with scattered small aggregate showing. Perfect for industrial, commercial, and residential concrete flooring.
It’s a low lifetime cost option with low cost to maintain. It also adds slip and spill-resistance to your concrete floor while increasing durability and resistance to abrasion.
The Premium Finish provides a mirror-like reflection with the largest amount of reflection available. Often a Terrazzo look is achieved during the process, exposing aggregate with the premium finish and additional polishing. This is a showroom finish where design qualities and reflectivity are a priority. It is a low lifetime cost option with easy clean up and maintenance that is highly spill resistant, durable and abrasion resistant.
Looking for the perfect polished concrete flooring solution for your space in Oakland County or the Bay Area? Contact us for any questions on options that fit best for you, or for a free estimate.
Feel free to learn more by clicking the name of each finish to head over to a larger list of pros and cons of each solution.