True Grit’s Concrete Polishing Process
Concrete doesn’t have to be grey and drab- it can also be beautiful. The commercial and industrial applications have extreme durability. The beauty of concrete can shine through and stay tougher than traditional flooring and last much longer with less maintenance. Here’s some guidelines to understand True Grit Concrete Polishing’s process.
- Surface Prep
- Epoxy Floor Finishes
- Joint Filling
- Concrete Countertops
Grit Polishing Controls the Degree of Your Shine
- Low Sheen: 200-400 Grit
- Medium Sheen 600-800 Grit
- High Sheen 1500-3000 Grit
Guard Your Shine with a True Grit Maintenance Plan
A concrete guard application is included with every job, the guard protects the concrete and enhances the shine created from polishing. Ask us about a maintenance plan for added durability. The maintenance plan chemically improve concrete’s impervious nature and hardens the surface against scratches and heavy wear and tear. Institutional applications use True Grit’s maintenance plan to extend durability into the concrete, chemically. After numerous applications, your polished concrete’s strength and ability to repel abuse is enhanced even more.
The Power of Diamond Blades
- Choose your Aggregate Exposure
- Polish the CAP, Light Grind Little or No Aggregate Exposure
- Salt and Pepper, Remove the CAP and Expose Sand and Large Aggregate. Use a Heavy Grind to Expose Large Rocks
Old or Newly Poured Concrete can be Polished
Residential or Commercial Applications
Whether you have an old slab that needs rejuvenation or a newly poured slab, a concrete floor may be what you’re looking for. If you would enjoy a rugged and beautiful floor underfoot, we can help, whether you need a floor for your residence or business. If you would like a quote, call or email us. True Grit Concrete Polishing is located in Cortez, Colorado.