City Concrete Polishing SA can turn your concrete into an elegant and practical art form.
We create the finished floor you desire for your home or business. We specialise in concrete polishing and concrete floor restoration including:
Due to the superior durability and the high performance of concrete, it’s no wonder why more warehouses, factories, residential and office facilities worldwide, are polishing concrete floors as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, or coated concrete.
The polishing process actually increases the hardness of the concrete, which means that the density and overall compression strength will be improved, making the floor more resistant to dirt, grease, oil, tire marks, abrasions, or impacts.
Polishing Concrete floors produces a near perfect reflection, which will significantly improve the brightness of the area and can increase lighting ambiance by up to 30%. The high sheen provides an extremely appealing and attractive floor. Fully Polished concrete floors are generally no more slippery, than plain concrete floors.
Polished concrete floors will never need waxing and because the polishing process minimises the risk of dirt, water or other substances from penetrating into the concrete floor, maintenance costs will be significantly reduced.
Regular concrete floors produce their own concrete dust, but the full polishing process will totally eliminate the concrete from dusting.
The opportunities are endless when it comes to the different colour stones used in the concrete, the level of exposure of the aggregate whether you would like to see more or less. It is completely up to you!
At City Concrete Polishing SA you will find that we are able to do some pretty amazing things all by hand with concrete. This includes stairs (face & flat steps), bench tops, fire places and much more.
We work on paying attention to detail so you are more then happy with the end result.
We have multiple colours of Epoxy which we try our best to match the colour to the concrete. We patch the cracks/ holes and then grind them down flush. Usually you won’t be able to tell when a chip in the concrete has been patched.