Concrete Services NY

Services

We make concrete floors look amazing!

Servicing Metro NY market from Montauk to Westchester

Offering a variety of decorative finishes, as well as durable and easy to maintain surface finishes.

Surface Preperation

The beginning point for any work on concrete floors

This is the main factor impacting the success of any decorative concrete project. That is why the quality of surface preparation is absolutely critical to determining whether any type of concrete repair project is a success. Whether you are looking for concrete polish, or an epoxy installation, the concrete must be clean, flat, and smooth. Improper preparation can lead to disbonding of sealers and epoxy, and distorted appearance of polished floors. We do not progress with any project until we have achieved a clean and properly profiled surface to receive the intended finish.

Durable

Polished concrete is difficult to damage

Easy to Maintain

You only need to use a dust mop or broom to keep your polished concrete floors free of dirt

Less Time Cleaning

A weekly, a damp mop with a simple cleaner such as Mop and Glo will remove scuffs and smudges

Stained Concrete

Stained concrete allows you to enhance the appearance of concrete and bring out rich tones with variances to create interesting affects. Rather than sitting on top of your surface like epoxy, concrete staining penetrates the surface creating an interesting appearance. Unlike a coating that may need to be reapplied stains are permanent.

treat surfaces that are porous, which puts them at risk for damage and deterioration over time from the elements, moisture, stains, oil, grease, and other residues. Applying concrete sealer can extend the life of new or existing structural and decorative concrete and help restore the surface to its original condition. Choosing the right type of concrete sealer is critical to creating low maintenance and long-lasting surface. There are many different types of sealers that are used for different reasons, ranging from appearance to functional needs, and we offer a variety of different ones matched to the need.  Depending on your needs and preferences, we may recommend you use:

  • Densifiers for interior dust proofing and sealing especially when polishing.
  • Acrylic sealers for interior and exterior projects to protect against water damage.
  • Epoxy sealers for indoor use to provide abrasion and water resistance.
  • Polyaspartic sealers when UV and stain resistance is important and when you need a project completed quickly.
  • Polyurethane sealers in high-traffic or decorative applications that resist chemicals.

Penetrating (or impregnating) sealers for projects outdoors where invisible protection is desired.

serve two main functions: underlayment and toppings.

 

  • Underlayment is installed over an existing subfloor to smooth it out and correct any surface irregularities, including unlevel surfaces prior to the installation of all types of floor coverings, from VCT, LVT, sheet vinyl, wood, ceramic tile, and carpet. Certain underlayment can even be sealed for a final finished surface.

 

  • Poured Toppings perform a similar function but act as the actual finished floor without the need for a floor covering. Concrete toppings can also receive pigmented color dyes, stains, saw cuts or mechanical polishing to produce a decorative concrete finished wear surface. Self-leveling concrete comes in either white or grey, and can be blended for shading, which makes for a beautiful floor. If color is desired, pigments are mixed into each batch thoroughly to obtain consistency providing for an integrally colored surface.  Poured toppings are the ultimate for polished concrete floors.

 

  • Microtopping serves a similar function of providing a new finished surface, but instead of being poured they are troweled down and can create some very artistic effects in addition to smooth finishes. In addition to floors, they can be applied to walls or other surfaces such as fireplaces and columns.

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