Concrete Polishing

Kelowna Polished Concrete is the ultimate no-wax flooring material. Thanks to recent advances in polishing equipment and techniques, we can now grind concrete floor surfaces, whether new or old, to a high-gloss finish that never needs waxes or coatings.

Experienced and Focused Team Dedicated to Kelowna Concrete Polishing!

Kelowna Concrete Polishing experts are at the forefront of the industry keeping on top of current trends while producing experience-based meticulous masterpieces that will last for years to come.  With a keen eye for every detail, our Kelowna Concrete Polishing team focuses on letting out the concretes inner beauty and shine whether the concrete is newly placed, has been previously covered or even untouched for many years.

Your Only Limitation Is Your Own Imagination!

Because polishing is a multi-step process, you can choose the level of sheen — from satin to high-gloss — that meets your maintenance and aesthetic requirements. Our experts are also well versed in applying designs, colors and logos, tile cutting and more to customize the entire look of the floor based on your needs, requirements and desired look. This versatility makes polished concrete an ideal flooring material for a variety of applications both residential and commercial.

Keep Your Money In Your Pocket!

While it’s beauty is unmatched, Kelowna Polished Concrete keeps your budget on track and money in your pocket.  By being able to utilize, in many cases, concrete that is already there, we keep costs down.  We use our expertise and equipment to create a masterpiece you can be proud of, at a price you can afford.

Dustless Systems, Clean & Healthy!

Kelowna Concrete Polishing experts use the most advanced top-of-the-line dustless systems keeping your home, business and construction site clean and free of any airborn contaminents.  Polished Concrete does not habor dust or attract mildew or mold, keeping your envirnment clean and healthy!

Low Maintenence!

Today’s home and business owners alike wear many hats.  There’s no time for constant up keep and regular maintenance.  Kelowna Concrete Polishing experts have your back!  Kelowna Polished Concrete is easy to maintain with a simple damp mop and nutral cleaners.  It’s shine, luster and beauty will continue to shine through with the smallest effort.

Factor in the superior durability and performance of concrete, and it’s no wonder why more retail, warehouse, and office facilities are opting for polished concrete flooring as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, linoleum, or coated concrete.

Different types Wall-to-wall carpet Ceramic tile Vinyl or linoleum Wood or wood laminate Natural stone (such as slate or marble) Polished concrete
Available in a wide spectrum of design options Yes Yes Yes Yes No Unlimited
Longevity and performance Poor Good Good Good Excellent Excellent
Ease of maintenance Poor (needs frequent vacuuming; stains easily) Good Good (linoleum may need occasional waxing) Good Good (linoleum may need occasional waxing) Excellent
Can radiate heat and store solar energy No No No No Yes, depending on the material Yes
Vulnerable to humidity and moisture damage Yes No Yes Yes No No
Can harbor mold, mildew, dust mites and other allergens Yes No No Yes(mold and mildew, if the flooring becomes wet) No No
Is a sustainable flooring alternative No Yes Maybe(if using linoleum made from all natural materials) Maybe(if using linoleum made from all natural materials) Yes Yes
Average cost per square foot installed $5-10* $11 – 22* $4-8* $10-12 $20 – 50+ $5-10(for a 3,000-grit finish and the use of an impregnating sealer)
Average lifecycle cost High Low Intermediate Intermediate Low Extremely Low

Decorative polished concrete offers a number of advantages that other flooring materials can’t match, particularly when it comes to durability, performance and sustainability.

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  1. I am refinishing a grade level entry home and am considering getting the concrete polished instead of recarpeting or placing solid surface but no idea of the cost of polishing
    Can you tell me a ball park on cost/sq?

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