Garage Floors

Acid staining, dyed concrete and polished concrete are all becoming popular alternatives for concrete garage flooring. The average residential garage has a gray concrete slab that soaks up oil, gas and other liquids, causing unsightly stains.

If you would like to use your garage as an extension of your home’s living space, or simply want to avoid having your garage floor look like an auto body shop, enhancing your concrete garage flooring may be the answer. We can polish new (at least 28 days old) concrete garage flooring, as well as existing residential garage flooring. Existing floors typically require some surface preparation prior to polishing to remove dirt, grease, coatings, or blemishes.

Polished concrete garage flooring is easy to clean, requiring an occasional damp mopping so those salt stains don’t have to wait until spring. It also holds up to heavy vehicle and foot traffic. In addition, the glossy surface of polished concrete garage flooring resists the markings of tires and staining from oil and chemical spills.

Residential garage flooring doesn’t have to be boring, gray concrete flooring. With a combination of acid staining, concrete dye and concrete polishing, your garage floor can be as aesthetically pleasing as the rest of your home.

When we polish concrete garage flooring, the surface is mechanically grinded, densified, stained and polished with a matte to gloss finish. This finish is cost efficient, functional and decorative. Our Premier Diamond Floor Finish System is a multiple step system utilizing polishing equipment and diamonds to mechanically grind and polish concrete. Designs and logos can be incorporated into a polished concrete floor, to personalize it.