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Concrete grinding is the process of eliminating all imperfections and inconsistencies present in a concrete surface. This process is often done to make an old damaged concrete floor smooth and restore it to its former glory. Concrete grinding is also performed to ensure that flooring like floorboards and tiles can be installed quickly and efficiently.
In addition, aside from making any concrete surface smooth; concrete grinding is also performed to ensure that the concrete is free from unwanted remnants like paint. It also helps the surface achieve an even finish which makes it easy to install different flooring alternatives.
Concrete grinding can take a lot of time depending on the floor size of the surface. In some cases, grinding a 400sq foot garage floor can take an average time of 2 to 4 hours. In addition, several factors such as the condition of the concrete can also prolong the process.
The procedure also involves sealing the concrete to promote a glossy or matte finish. Concrete grinding contractors use different types of coatings depending on the preference of the client. These coatings are epoxy, acrylic, and urethane. Aside from giving the concrete a smooth finish, the coating also protects the surface from spills, stains and damages.
It’s recommended to hire professionals when it comes to concrete grinding. Try looking at iSeekplant’s list of concrete grinding companies in Cairns and find the best contractors near you.
iSeekplant has a range of concrete grinding suppliers across the country and can find the right contractor near you. If you can’t find any suppliers for your specific location, try viewing concrete grinding in Port Douglas, Innisfail or Cooktown. We also provide a number of related services you might be interested in, such as Concrete Drilling, Concrete Sawing and Concrete Cutting.
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