When applying clear sealers and thin mil coatings, diamond grinding provides a smooth consistent profile all while maintaining a dust free environment.
World of Concrete in Las Vegas!
We will be attending the WOC this year from Jan 18-21st, 2011. Hope to see you there!
We are pleased to announce that we have branched out into the manufacturing business with Stoll Industries LLC. At our sister website you can purchase superior quality floor preparation equipment at affordable prices. Please visit our website here.
Memberships and Certifications:
Concrete Polishing Assoc. of America
International Concrete Repair Institute
Diamond Grind Process
Shot blasting is the most cost-effective floor preparation method. However, sometimes it is not desirable to have a semi-rough profile. Shot blasting can also sometimes leave blast lines because we have to overlap slightly to blast 100% of the area. This is normally not an issue for colored coatings, however, shot blasting is usually not a sufficient method to prep for acid stains, dyes or clear sealers.
Diamond grinding can also be a low-cost alternative to expensive overlays for prepping an existing slab for stains and sealers. Diamond grinding also removes many imperfections from the top layer of concrete and "opens-up" the concrete so more of the stain/dye is absorbed into the slab resulting in much more uniform and vibrant colors for your floors.
All our prices include grinding edges and we can grind up to an 1/4" to any vertical surface. There may be an additional charge to grind closer to walls/etc. We prefer to have the baseboard molding removed prior to grinding, however, quarter round molding will usually cover up any areas we are unable to grind along walls.