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Floor preparation Boston

National polished concrete company servicing Boston. We specialize in full-service floor contracting including concrete grinding, polishing, epoxy coatings, concrete resurfacing, repair, and decorative concrete applications. We provide state of the art flooring solutions for industrial and commercial application as well as residential homes. We service Boston faithfully including the entire surrounding area. Concrete floors are a great option for commercial, industrial, and residential settings which makes concrete extremely versatile as an option for flooring. Concrete is durable and displays a simplistic beauty to complement any atmosphere. Ask our experts at Boston Concrete and Epoxy Flooring Contractor how we can transform your concrete surfaces into a beautiful masterpiece.
Polished concrete is the most cutting-edge, cost-effective flooring solution today and has substantially exceeded in the flooring industry over the years due to the multitude of benefits it offers clients. If you’re seeking a natural-looking, economical, remarkably hard surface that requires minimal maintenance, then polished concrete is the perfect flooring solution for you. Polished concrete is one of our most prominent flooring methods, by using grinding and polishing machines that utilizes diamond-impregnated tools to grind away imperfections on the concrete, we then apply protective sealers and concrete hardening agents to assist in sealing and preserving the slab and yielding a magnificent and solid foundation. Boston Concrete and Epoxy Flooring integrates the finest and safest technological advancements in our project, enabling us to provide you with a durable, preserved and sustainable result so schedule an appointment to visit our showroom today or give us a call with any further questions regarding your project needs or concerns you may have about your floor’s current condition.

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