Concrete Floor Polishing Services

Concrete Floor Polishing Benefits

Concrete polishing is a great solution to your flooring problems. With concrete polishing there is no coating to fail or fade. You will no longer have chipping and delaminating epoxy and urethane coatings on your concrete floor. Concrete polishing is also very visually striking, whether you are looking for small or large aggregate; with the right contractor, concrete polishing will turn your dull, gray concrete floor into a work of art.


Most modern buildings are built on a concrete slab, concrete polishing the exposed concrete eliminates the energy and material consumed by applying floor coverings every couple of years. Concrete Polishing is something to consider when building or modernizing towards a more green solution.

Concrete floor polishing is a long lasting, low maintenance solution that will harden the actual surface of your concrete floor, eliminating the need for coatings and sealers. There is no need for the additional costs of replacing floor coverings after concrete polishing.

From garage floors to show rooms, concrete polishing will improve the look and functionality of your building.

Specific benefits of concrete polishing include:

  • No Coatings to Fail
  • 21% Increase in Impact Strength
  • Meets OSHA, ADA, SCOF and FDA Standards
  • Decorative and Aesthetically Pleasing
  • Economical
  • Permanent and Long Lasting
  • Eliminates Dusting
  • 30% Increase Light Reflectivity
  • Minimal Maintenance
  • Great Appearance
  • Stain Resistant

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about the basics of concrete polishing? We've provided a list of some of the most common questions that we normally receive below for your convenience:

Costs vary considerably, there are many factors that make up a square footage price. Total square footage, quality of concrete, ease of access, hardness of concrete, and moisture content just to name a few. We would be happy to give you a few quote, or simply a ballpark estimate for budgeting.

Not typically; in a residential setting the small square footages and lack of appropriate voltage for the grinders makes it very expensive.

No, big box stores do not have polished floors in the true definition. Concrete polishing is a system that removes the top layer of concrete exposing the aggregate, a Lithium Silicate Densifier is then applied to increase impact strength and then the floor is polished. Concrete polishing is a 9 set process when done properly, the big box stores only have the last 3 steps done in their facilities. You floor will not look like Lowes, it will look better.

Safety and security standards are something Collins Flooring is very familiar with. We would be happy to complete any training prior to job start up that may be required at your facility.

Collins Flooring can polish and service floors in nearly every setting; from manufacturing facilities, office spaces, show rooms and commercial spaces.

Essentially, for the life of your building. There are no coatings to fail or wear out. With concrete polishing you are changing the physical properties of the concrete surface in order to get more durability and light reflectivity out of our floor.

Duration depends on the quality of the concrete, whether or not there is a sealer or epoxy already installed and hardness of concrete. A single installer can typically polish 1,000-3,000 square feet per day depending on variables.

Throughout the entire Midwest, centrally located in Fort Wayne, IN

Yes. Material, labor, and applicable taxes are included.

Coatings are just that, coatings that attach to your floor via mechanical adhesion. Even the best coating will eventually wear out or fail. Concrete Polishing a permanent is the process of polishing your concrete without the use of any coating in order to improve appearance, reduce dusting, remove any trip hazards and increase light reflectivity and impact strength.

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