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Polished Concrete

This CycleBar located in Downtown Denver needed a floor with a unique design that would stand out for their customers. After agreeing upon a design we took great care to prep all surfaces including maticulously stenciling some crisp accent bands.The floor then received a thorough 400 Grit Polish to create a beautiful smooth concrete surface.

Following the Polish we, burnished the floor to give a glossy mirror like shine. Needless to say, the clients were more than happy with the resulting product and have a floor that will enhance their customers' experience for years to come.  

This custom built house in Evergreen Colorado needed a rustic look that fit with the surrounding mountain environment.  To achieve this, we gave the floor a 200 grit Polish with a natural finish to maintain the look of the existing concrete while still removing any imperfections that affected its look. 

The owners of this home in Downtown Denver were renovating their basement and wanted a floor that portrayed a modern industrial look. The existing slab had a hand trowel finish which coupled with cream polishing gave the customers the exact look they were trying to achieve. 

This house in Downtown Denver initially had Carpet. After the owners tore up the carpet they wanted a floor that not only looked great but was easier to clean and would last for a long time. The owners wanted a look that would resemble stone and after thoroughly looking over the color options decided on a brownstone stain, which we applied following a 400 grit polish!