Polished Concrete

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Polished Concrete Floors


Polished Concrete is fast becoming the number one choice when looking at flooring options. As well as being used widely in the commercial industry by many big name department stores, it is fast gaining a reputation in the residential industry for being the environmentally sensible solution.  Its practicality coupled with the modern stylish look, along with easy maintenance and durability, has seen its popularity soar in recent years.



Where Polished Concrete Works Best for Flooring Solution

Commercial and Retail Spaces

  • Durability and Traffic Resistance
  • Polished concrete can withstand heavy foot traffic and mechanical wear, making it ideal for commercial settings like shopping malls, showrooms, and grocery stores.

  • Aesthetic Appeal
  • Its high-gloss finish reflects light beautifully, enhancing the brightness and appearance of commercial spaces, which can be crucial for attracting and retaining customers.

Warehouses and Industrial Facilities

  • Resilience to Wear & Tear
  • Concrete polishing resists damage from heavy machinery, forklift traffic, and spills, which are common in these environments.

  • Ease of Maintenance
  • The smooth concrete surface is easy to clean, requiring only regular sweeping and occasional damp mopping, thus lowering maintenance costs.

Offices and Corporate Buildings

  • Versatility in Design
  • Polished concrete offers various finish level, fitting well with corporate aesthetics from sleek and modern to more traditional.

  • Improved Indoor Air Quality
  • Unlike carpeting, polished concrete doesn’t harbour allergens, dust, or mould, contributing to a healthier workplace.

Residential Settings

  • Sustainability
  • For homeowners interested in sustainable living, polished concrete utilises existing concrete slabs, reducing the need for new materials.

  • Thermal Efficiency
  • Its thermal mass can help regulate indoor temperatures, potentially lowering heating and cooling costs.

Educational and Healthcare Facilities

  • Low Maintenance and Hygiene
  • Its easy-to-clean surface is ideal for environments where cleanliness is paramount, such as schools and hospitals.

  • Slip Resistance
  • Polished concrete can be finished to meet specific slip-resistance standards, ensuring safety for occupants.

Restaurants and Food Service Areas

  • Resistance to Stains and Moisture
  • Properly sealed polished concrete floors resist stains and moisture, important in areas prone to spills. This refers more to the Grind and Seal/Epoxy options.

  • Health and Safety
  • Its non-porous surface does not support microbial growth, making it suitable for establishments concerned with hygiene.

Automotive Showrooms and Garages

  • Reflective Surface
  • The high-gloss finish enhances the display of vehicles in showrooms by reflecting their contours and colours vividly.

  • Oil and Chemical Resistance
  • With the correct sealant, polished concrete can resist oil, grease, and chemicals, making it suitable for garages and service areas.

The top 5 mistakes people make when choosing polished concrete

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Most people don’t realise however that there are two different types of polished concrete.  The first is called a mechanically polished concrete (MPC) and the second is commonly referred to as a grind and seal (G&S).  You can view our short video that explains the main differences between the two by watching the video below.
Grind & Seal
Mechanically Polished Concrete

Basically the mechanically polished concrete or MPC is a more high end finish and is for indoors only.  In this process it is the actual concrete itself that shines.  There is no topical coating that is applied, and therefore the finish will last you a lifetime if cared for and maintained properly.  The grind and seal method is a more cost effective option of getting a similar finish.  The process however involves a clear coating to be applied to the top of the concrete which will wear away over time.  It can also have a non-slip grip added and can be used both indoors and outdoors.  It is very popular now for garages, driveways, shops, restaurants, bars, homes and offices.

With both methods of polished concrete, you are able to choose your level of stone exposure (how much aggregate you want to see coming through the floor), and you can choose the gloss level – matte, semi-gloss or high gloss.

Nil Exposure

Min Exposure

Full Exposure

Matte Gloss

Semi Gloss
High Gloss
There are many benefits of polished concrete; it is better for your health, saves money on your energy bills, is environmentally friendly, easy to clean, extremely durable and is very affordable.  With the addition of course that it also looks sensational, is completely versatile and there is a finish to suit every style and budget.  I think you will agree that you simply can’t go wrong with polished concrete!



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