Enhance and protect your concrete floor with grinding and polishing from Spokane Concrete Transformation in the Spokane Valley. We service from 100 to 100,000 square feet projects each year. Our equipment captures 98% of all dust and we can produce over 100 square feet per hour with our grinders.
Polished concrete is rapidly becoming the ultimate decorative flooring solution. Spokane Concrete Transformation gives you this high gloss finish without the need for waxes or coatings! It will transform your concrete floor into a beautiful, functional, low maintenance, high-performance floor without the use of topical
Polished concrete has many advantages and can add LEED points to a project. Our team uses proper equipment, decades of experience, and time-tested techniques to grind and polish your concrete quickly and cost-effectively. Your floor will be slip-resistant, very easy to maintain, and less expensive to keep clean.
Polished concrete is soft to the touch, smooth, dense, and lustrous. It can be polished to a smooth glass-like finish that appears wet, or you can have a brilliant marble-like luster, matte or semi-gloss finish in a variety of colors. Polished concrete can be stained, stenciled, or engraved to achieve a great decorative floor that shines and mirrors the light in the room.
The polishing process transforms a porous concrete floor into a tightened surface, dense enough to keep water, oil, and other contaminants from penetrating the surface. Many facilities and homes are using polished concrete as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, linoleum, carpet, or coated concrete.
When a concrete floor is polished, it may look like glass, but it has a higher friction coefficient than ordinary concrete. Simply put, it is much harder to slip on a polished concrete floor, wet or dry. Polished concrete can meet and often exceed OSHA standards for floors. Polished areas can be put into service immediately after the process is complete. Spokane Concrete Transformation works quickly without toxic or hazardous chemicals, minimizing the impact on your business or home.