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Polished Concrete – The Complete Guide 2019

More retail, warehouse, and office facilities are opting for polished concrete flooring as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, vct, wood, linoleum, or coated concrete. Even homeowners are catching on to the appeal of these smooth, high-luster floors, which can be stained to replicate the look of polished stone. Considering Polished Concrete Floor? Here is your must read POLISHED CONCRETE COMPLETE GUIDE !  POLISHED CONCRETE: THE COMPLETE GUIDE CHAPTERS 1. Concrete Polishing [...]

Polished Concrete – The Complete Guide 20192019-08-12T12:22:59-05:00

Certified Installer & Approved Contractor

We recognize that it takes only the highest-quality products to ensure the best result. Advance Industrial Coatings is proud to use the best quality supplies and tools, each and every time. Advance Industrial Coatings is Certified Applicator for Dex-O-Tex, Tnemec, General Polymers, PPG, Seal Krete, RetroPlate, Ashford Formula, Scofield Systems, Metzger/McGuire, Husqvarna, Carboline, Sherwin-Williams, Dur-A-Flex, BASF, Key Resin, VersaFlex, AmeriPolish, Prosoco etc. [...]

Certified Installer & Approved Contractor2019-04-18T21:06:49-05:00

Polished Concrete Flooring – Pros and Cons

The Positive Characteristics of Polished Concrete Flooring Strong and Durable: Polished concrete flooring is extremely tough and resistant, and is able to withstand the pressure from heavy equipment such as cars, trucks, forklifts, and stacked crates. That is why it is such a popular material for hard working commercial areas such as garages and warehouses. Durability also means that the material is difficult to damage. High heels, furniture legs, and pet claws will not scratch the surface. [...]

Polished Concrete Flooring – Pros and Cons2019-04-19T23:59:46-05:00

Stained Concrete vs. Polished Concrete Floors

What are the major differences between stained concrete and polished concrete floors? Typically, polished concrete jobs are about $2 to $5 higher per square foot than a stained contract project. That upfront cost is higher because it requires more equipment and has a more involved installation process. However, when the customers do the math, they often find that the return on investment for polished concrete durability is quite good. On the other hand, a stained concrete floor is [...]

Stained Concrete vs. Polished Concrete Floors2019-04-26T17:45:41-05:00