CONTROL JOINT FILLING
MICRO CEMENT TOPPING
- CONCRETE POLISHING
Concrete Polishing, is a process of improving the appearance and functionality of concrete surfaces. This process has been growing in popularity over the years as more people become aware of its benefits.
During the concrete polishing system, dust and concrete particles are collected and contained using HEPA vacuums leaving facilities clean and ready to use immediately after the polishing process is completed.
Our process combines wet and dry grinding and polishing and differs from dry only concrete polishing. By combining wet and dry system, we are able to achieve phenomenal results.
One of the main benefits of a polished concrete is the durability of the concrete surfaces. By polishing the concrete, the surface is made smoother and more uniform, which helps to prevent cracks and chips from forming. This results in concrete surfaces that are more resistant to damage and have a longer lifespan. Additionally, because the surface is more uniform and smoother, it is also easier to clean and maintain, reducing the amount of time and effort required to keep concrete surfaces looking their best.
Another benefit of the polished concrete is that it can greatly improve the aesthetic appeal of concrete surfaces. The polished surface can be finished in a high-gloss finish that adds shine and depth to the concrete, making it look more attractive and visually appealing. This is especially true for concrete surfaces in high-traffic areas, such as commercial buildings and public spaces. In these areas, a polished concrete surface can help to create a more inviting and professional atmosphere.
In addition to these benefits, concrete polishing is also an environmentally-friendly process. Traditional concrete finishes, such as painting or staining, often require the use of chemical solvents or other harsh chemicals. Polishing process, on the other hand, uses diamond abrasives and densifiers, which are much safer for the environment and for those working with them. This makes it a great choice for those looking for a more sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional concrete finishes.
Finally, concrete polishing is also cost-effective. Because it is a one-time process, there is no need for regular maintenance or reapplication, which can save time and money in the long run. Furthermore, polished concrete surfaces are more durable and have a longer lifespan, meaning that they need to be replaced less frequently, which can also result in cost savings over time.
In conclusion, concrete polishing is a process that offers many benefits, including increased durability, improved appearance, environmental friendliness, and cost-effectiveness. Whether you are looking to improve the look of your home or business, or simply looking for a more sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional concrete finishes, polished concrete is a great choice.
- CONTROL JOINT FILLING
Concrete joint filling is the process of filling the joints or cracks in concrete surfaces to prevent water and debris from entering and to ensure stability and durability. The materials used for filling concrete joints include silicone caulk, polyurethane sealant, epoxy, and backer rod. The choice of material depends on the size and type of joint, the expected movement, and the exposure conditions. Proper preparation of the joint, including cleaning and proper sizing, is crucial for a successful joint filling.
Epoxy coating is a type of polymer coating used to provide a durable and protective finish on concrete, metal and wood surfaces. It is composed of two components, a resin and a hardener, which are mixed together before application. The mixture forms a strong, chemical bond with the surface it is applied to, resulting in a high-strength, impact-resistant, and long-lasting finish. Epoxy coatings are often used in industrial and commercial settings, as well as in residential spaces, due to their versatility, durability, and resistance to harsh chemicals, abrasion, and impact.
- MICROCEMENT TOPPING
Micro cement topping is a thin layer of cement-based material applied over concrete or other surfaces to provide a decorative and protective finish. It is also called micro concrete, microtopping, or decorative concrete. The material is applied in a thin layer, typically between 1-3mm thick, and can be troweled or spray-applied to create a smooth and uniform finish. Micro cement toppings can be colored or stained to create a unique and customizable finish. They are often used to repair damaged concrete surfaces or to enhance the appearance of concrete floors, walls, and countertops. Micro cement toppings are known for their durability, versatility, and ease of maintenance.