A Polished Concrete Floor is Too Expensive—Or Is It?
Thursday, August 02, 2018
Sure, a polished concrete floor looks great. It also offers a number of performance benefits, such as being easy to clean, having a long life-cycle, and requiring very little maintenance. With that said, polishing a large concrete floor can be quite costly. Times are changing, however, and such a project doesn’t have to be nearly as expensive as it might have been just a few years ago.
Traditionally, the labor required to produce a polished concrete floor is what made it such a costly option. For large, industrial flooring spaces—such as warehouse floors—the cost of having the polishing work done may not have fit into the budget. Even if the business wanted a polished floor, the financial side of the equation may not have worked out.
Speed is the Answer
To reduce the cost of polishing a large concrete floor, the key is to lower the amount of time it takes to complete the project. Time is money, after all, so making this a faster job is inevitably going to lead to a reduction in the price tag. With that said, polishing the floor faster is not going to be beneficial if the quality of the work suffers. The polish needs to be just as shiny and bright as it is with traditional methods, or else shaving time off of the process won’t mean anything. In the end, it was going to require a piece of equipment to transform the concrete polishing process.
Enter the Power Trowel
Fortunately, the power trowel has been put into use as an industrial floor polisher. Thanks to the impressive capabilities of the power trowel as a concrete polisher, this job can be done faster than ever before. In most cases, the power trowel will be a good fit for a large concrete polishing project. As long as the machine can fit through the door and get into the space in question, the power trowel should be a perfect option. By working with an experienced team who understands how to use this equipment for a polishing job, you can bet on excellent results time after time.
A Gift That Keeps Giving
We’ve established that you can save money by using a power trowel for your polished concrete project. What’s even better is that you can keep saving money long after the initial project is complete. This is due to the durable, easy-to-clean nature of polished concrete. You should have no need to replace this floor anytime soon, and cleaning it on a periodic basis is likely to be a quick and easy job. Regular concrete can be a challenge to clean, but that’s not the case with the polished form of this material. Simply put, polished concrete is one of the best industrial flooring solutions available today. At this point, you probably have just one question: when can we get started? For assistance, please contact Painters USA at your convenience. We serve customers in Dallas, Houston, Chicago, and Danville, IL. Thanks for considering Painters USA!