Design Your Perfect Floor
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Existing floors will have their own unique aggregate mix that will produce its unique pattern however, there are sometimes options to customise the surface further. The use of stains and dyes can change the colour from the standard grey mix. Different mix of aggregates will also produce a mix of coulourful patterns and flecks throughout the surface. Furthermore, scoring the surface or creating radial lines before finishing the floor can provide an artistic look
Contrasting your floor with the other features in your home can produce stunning results. Contrasting light polished concrete flooring with dask walls can produce a stunning look and feel while balancing the industrial feel of concrete with warmer materials like wood or soft rugs can also produce a beautiful space.
Some people like the look of the minimalistic expance of shiny concrete whereas others prefer to break it up with furniture elements. Either way will produce great looking polished concrete for Designer Floors. Other options include using it for outdoor areas like pool surrounds. Companies in Perth are using polished concrete, exposed aggregate to create stunningly sleek pool and alfresco areas that really make your outdoor area stand out.
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How Much Does It Cost?
How does the price of polished concrete compare to other flooring options? Depending on the area to be polished and whether it is an existing floor or a new project, polished concrete is much less expensive than natural stone or marble. It is also less expensinve than hardwood or ceramic tile flooring. Though it can be on par with vinyl or carpet, the benefits of concrete flooring usually still outweight the durability of these other options. See more options for polished concrete in Perth here.
Polished concrete floors for new homes in Perth
Whether honing and polishing a floor in an existing home or preparing the concrete finish in a new home, we as trusted by many of Perth’s leading building companies.
We work with your builder at the start of your building contract to ensure we work in sync with current builders and contractors, meaning a smooth coordination and a seamless finish. Working with your building plans we’ll be able to recommend the best possible option for your application.
We have long standing relationships with highly respected building companies, including New Choice Homes - new home builders Perth. We are familiar with their home designs and work closely with their building managers and contractors. Together you can expect the best quality finish every time.
Why Choose Concrete Polishing
What are the benefits for choosing polished concrete over other flooring options? Why are so many people deciding to go with concrete over other traditional floor coverings like tile or carpet, even in residential applications. We show you a few benefits of choosing polished concrete.
How do you polish concrete, is it even possible? We uncover a process that results in a shiny glass-like look and feel to even the most worn out floors. How and what types of equipment is requred and how long does it take?
Concrete panels are a commonly used building material for commercial building facades. Not only are they quick and efficient to install, but they produce a very aesthetic finish to the building. Pre-polished concrete panels can be lifted into place with cranes and typically fixed in place by riggers and scaffolders. Due to the sheer size of these concrete panels the riggers are trained to work at height and are required to attend a working at heights course and at all times wear fall prevention equipment - see image below.
Precast panels are usually formed up on existing concrete floor slabs. For more information and benefits of using pre-cast concrete, its performance ability, appearance options, structural capacity, insulation properties, sound insulation and many more properties, see the Government Body website on sustainable building: http://www.yourhome.gov.au/materials/precast-concrete