Since 1992, Specialized Surfaces has been offering expert concrete polishing in Orange County. Polished concrete has quickly become one of the most popular, low maintenance hard flooring types throughout the country. Polished concrete comes in many colors, finishes and designs, making it suitable for many different design types. We offer a wide range of concrete services including concrete cleaning, concrete repair, stamped concrete and concrete restoration. Specialized Surfaces proudly services all areas of Orange County, including Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Hills and Lake Forest.
Is Concrete Polishing Right for You?
Concrete polishing in Orange County is one of the most durable flooring types and requires less maintenance than almost all other alternative flooring options. Polishing concrete requires several steps with a minimum of 4 grinding steps, which use progressively finer grinding tools. A chemical known as a hardener penetrates the concrete and creates a chemical reaction to help harden and dust-proof the surface.
Concrete polishing is considered a green flooring type since it uses a material that has already been placed. Concrete floors can last a lifetime. They are not susceptible to chips or dents like other surfaces. Other flooring types can also be placed over it if down the road your taste or style changes. Flooring such as laminate can just be laid directly over it.
The variety of designs and colors that can be achieved with polished concrete is incredible! It can be treated and finished with a range of effects that can create a unique look for your home or business.
Polished Concrete Maintenance
How should you care for your flooring after you have concrete polishing in Orange County? As one of the lowest maintenance hard surfaces, it is relatively simple to maintain your polished concrete. Spills should be cleaned as soon as possible. Daily dry mopping will help eliminate dust particles which may dull your surface over time. Once a week, wet mopping with clean water and a mild, pH neutral cleaner will remove stubborn dirt particles. Solutions such as ammonia, bleach or vinegar are not recommended and can damage your floor’s finish. We also recommend a yearly deep clean for your polished concrete surfaces. Our deep clean gets to dirt and stains that may have penetrated the surface as well as can restore the shine of your floor. Additionally, we can fully restore your concrete surface by grinding your surface again.
Why Specialized Surfaces?
For almost 30 years, Specialized Surfaces has been the number one trusted company for all your hard surfaces needs. Contact us today for a free quote for your concrete polishing in Orange County.