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Concrete Polishing

Polished concrete has many benefits in a home. For example, polishing the concrete increases light reflectivity. Decreasing the need for lighting or brightening the space.
Polished concrete with decorative saw cuts in the concrete in a Traverse City, Michigan home.

Benefits of polished concrete in your home:

  • Cost savings: Traditional floor covering materials are not necessary when the slab on grade is used as the finished floor surface. In addition, polished concrete has higher light reflectivity which can reduce the lighting requirements of a space.
  • Longer life-cycle savings: Polished floors are not as vulnerable to damage as other materials and do not need replacing.
  • Easy to clean: Won’t harbor dust, dirt, or allergens.
  • Low maintenance: Polished concrete is considered a low-maintenance flooring type. This is due to the fact that generally it only requires regular cleaning. No special waxes, cleaners, or finishes are needed.
  • A wide variety of colors and designs can be achieved