Concrete Surface Prep Washington DC / Northern Virginia

Concrete Surface Prep Washington, DC

Concrete Surface Prep Washington, DC

There is an overwhelming number of functional concrete surface prep applications to help you with all your Residential, Commercial Industrial needs such as concrete grinding, shot blasting, glue removal the list goes on and on. At DC Polished Concrete, we mainly focus on one thing; Concrete Surface Prep and the flooring maintenance dollars you can save. They didn’t have this technology 25 years ago and our contractors listed in the directory below are more than happy to come out and give you a free estimate, and an analysis of your concrete flooring project needs. Our contractors also repair bad polishing jobs and staining projects gone awry, get your free estimate today.

Concrete Surface Prep Maryland

At DC Polished Concrete, Our areas of expertise include hotels, art studios, retail stores, shopping malls, water treatment facilities, medical storage facilities, warehouses and other companies requiring specialized coatings. Our flooring solutions will provide your facility with a clean dust free environment that untreated concrete floors cannot achieve. Come to us for quality services in concrete grinding, restoration, cleaning, and profiling.

Moisture Mitigation

Within any facility there are multiple activities taking place, people are hard at work, and most of them are standing, sitting, walking, or working on a floor. While we may not always consider the importance of the floor, imagine trying to operate your business without one. Most flooring will be applied to a concrete slab, whether carpet, resilient, ceramic, wood, or a resinous system. Concrete must have moisture in order to develop and maintain its strength, but excess moisture can create a host of expensive problems in your building, not the least of which is the floor covering bond failure. Floor covering bond failures due to slab moisture vapor emissions are estimated to cost over a billion dollars each year. Even if the floor doesn’t fail, there is still an increased risk of mold and mildew growth. So what can we do to avoid having to replace failed systems and shut down businesses in the process? We need to test for moisture and make a business decision.