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Concrete is one of the strongest foundation building materials out there, but that does not mean that it is totally immune to wear and tear. Eventually, the concrete slab could become worn down due to traffic, moisture, or temperature changes. This leads to a rough, uneven surface that needs to be ground smooth again.
At Polyjacking.com, we can make your concrete look new again with concrete grinding.
Concrete grinding can be performed after the concrete has been leveled and stabilized. You may want to consider this method if your building is in need of concrete floor repair or needs a new floor covering or coating.
Concrete grinding is the
process used to smooth
out a concrete surface
before it is sealed, to
erase imperfections, and
to generally level out
the floor. It can also eliminate bumps
and uneven patches on
sidewalks, warehouse floors, and other
To grind the
concrete surface, a diamond or
resin bond disc is used.
These discs have a fine
grit on them that wears
down the concrete until
it is smooth and free of
tripping hazards. Our diamond grinders are efficient, effective, and make short work of even the biggest jobs. No
matter what type of job
you need to be done, we can
provide you with quality
Concrete Grinding Features & Advantages
- Removes the top few millimeters of the concrete surface.
- Levels concrete to eliminate tripping hazards caused by uneven alignment or settling of concrete slabs.
- Removes old floor coverings and adhesives such as VCT tile, carpet adhesive, sheet vinyl, wax stains, epoxy and urethane coatings, mastic glues, mortar beds, and more.
- Preps floors for stains, epoxy or acrylic overlays, carpet adhesives, urethane, or any new floor covering.
- Removes uneven or rough spots, excess grout, humps and surface indentations from any concrete slab.
- Levels unevenly poured slabs
Concrete grinding is available for any
municipal, commercial, industrial, or residential project. This includes warehouses,
facilities, automotive shops,
showroom floors, and residential
interiors and garages.
Contact us today
for all of your concrete repair
needs in Kansas City, St. Louis, and the
See our service area page for
a list of all of the cities and
states that we provide service