Want to improve the quality, look and surface of your concrete flooring? Concrete grinding is the way to go and Fenix Finish Polished Concrete Floors can help you achieve the finished look you are going for.
We specialize in upgrading new and existing floors to ensure they meet your specific needs in terms of look and functionality. Whether you want to create a one of a kind look or require a flat and smooth surface for business operations, we are the company to call for all your concrete grinding needs. Our team of professionals have years of experience working with concrete flooring in homes, businesses, warehouses, and more. We use a variety of concrete grinding techniques to ensure you get the finished look you want.
Are you thinking about putting hardwood, laminate, or tile over top of a concrete surface? Then you need to make sure that you properly prepare the concrete surface first. Concrete surface preparation is an important first step for any flooring project that you should never overlook. Failure to properly prepare your surface for an overlay floor, coating, staining, polishing, or repair could be setting yourself up for issues in the future. Making sure the older surface is clean, smooth and level is a vital part of the creating an elegant finished concrete floor.
Concrete surface preparation involves working on your current concrete to look like a plain slab prior to doing any resurfacing work. You need to make sure the texture of the concrete is right for the project you are working on. At Fenix Finish Polished Concrete Floors, we can help you with all your concrete flooring needs. We will help you with surface preparation, grinding, and polishing – anything you need to get your concrete surface ready for your project.
Concrete grinding and leveling is a process used to prepare raw concrete for other flooring alternatives, such as laminate or tiles. Grinding can also be used to smooth down rough concrete surfaces to create a more flat, even, and smooth surface. The floor is prepared by grinding and leveling the concrete by shaving and scarifying fractions of an inch of concrete. The process can also be used to remove any trip hazards on site and prep the floors for the planned flooring outcome. This process can also remove any mastics or adhesives which are left over after the removal of previous flooring, giving you a brand new concrete surface.