Polished Concrete by Spec Floors

Polished concrete is suitable for homes, showrooms, retail outlets, factories and commercial properties.

Through experience and innovation real polished concrete is the Spec Floors specialty. As well as being certified Husqvarna Hiperfloor polished concrete installers we have significant experience with many other concrete polishing systems, machines and products. We are committed to giving our customer the best results possible. 

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Polished concrete is a system by which the concrete is ground for exposure, *grouted to fill minor cracks and surface imperfections, treated to harden the surface and then polished using a series of diamond tools that gradually get finer and finer allowing the concrete surface itself to be polished. A penetrating sealer rather than a topical sealer is used in the final step to enhance the floor and help it to maintain its stain resistant properties over a long period.

The advantage with a polished concrete system over other systems is that:

When you add these things to the seamless, dust free, hypoallergenic, easy clean, low maintenance, thermal mass properties and appearance qualities - Polished Concrete has significantly high benefits over other systems.

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If you are considering installing polished concrete and would like to know more details about how it is achieved please read through our fact sheets on the the polishing process and slab guidelines. If you are renovating and want to polish old or existing concrete there are process documents just for you including our tips for renovators.

If you have any questions about polished concrete please visit our frequently asked questions page or feel free to contact us.

* If you want a zero exposure (no aggregate showing) polished concrete floor the process is different to exposed options. Cutting tools and grouting tools can not be used on the concrete to correct any surface imperfections. For more detailed information download our zero exposure slab guidelines and zero exposure concrete polishing process on our fact sheets page.