Industrial Polished Concrete flooring
If you have been considering adding color to your concrete floor, stained concrete is one of the excellent options available. Your floors will produce luminous translucent tones with stained concrete, rather than the solid or opaque look that paints give. The results of stained concrete can be anything you want it to be. You can mimic stained wood, natural stone, tanned leather, or even polished marble. Concrete staining has become the popular option for people looking to enhance their residential or commercial concrete floors.
Benefits of Industrial Polished Concrete Flooring


Business owners have to worry about a lot of things, polished concrete floors mean one less thing to worry about. This is because it can withstand heavy foot traffic, machine traffic, extreme temperatures, and whatever is thrown at it.

Easy to maintain

Polished concrete floors don’t trap dust, dirt, or allergen. Routine sweeping and mopping would be just fine. This reduces the cost of maintenance.


There is the misconception that polished concrete floors are slippery. Far from likely. The higher the gloss finish of concrete floors, the less slippery it is. This is because it has a high coefficient of friction.


Compared to other floors such as tiles, vinyl, flagstones, etc, polished concrete is way affordable. Plus since it’s durable and requires low maintenance, this means more return on your investment.


To achieve polished concrete floors, harsh chemicals and sealants aren’t used. This makes it safe for the environment. Plus, it doesn’t trap dirt, dust, and allergens.

Highly Reflective

Polished concrete produces a mirror-like finish. This enhances the overall look of your industrial building.

Highly Customizable

You can customize your polished concrete floors just how you want them. There is a variety of colors, designs, and finishing options you can choose from.

Common Industrial settings for polished concrete floors


Manufacturing Facilities



Other industrial facilities

Our 8-Step Concrete Polishing Process
In Sugar Land Polished Concrete and Staining Company, the following steps are used for polished concrete flooring.
Step 1

We prepare the surface by grinding. This is done to remove whatever coating is on the concrete slab. A 16-20 grit diamond abrasive is usually used.

Step 2

If there are cracks or joints on the concrete surface, we seal them with a semi-rigid filler or an epoxy.

Step 3

We begin to grind the surface with a diamond abrasive. This is usually with a 30 - 40 grit metal bonded diamond. Then, this is followed by an 80-grit, a 150-grit, or finer.

Step 4

We apply a chemical hardener to densify the concrete surface.

Step 5

This is where the polishing starts. We begin to polish the surface with a resin bond diamond grit ranging from 100 - 200. In some cases, we combine both.

Step 6

We polish again using a 400 grit resin bond diamond. This is followed by an 800-grit

Step 7

We finish off with a 1500-grit or 3000 grit resin bond diamond. (whichever we use depends on your desired sheen level)

Step 8

This step is optional. We apply a stain guard to protect the concrete surface and make it easier to maintain.

Do you want high-quality and durable polished concrete floors?

Trust Sugar Land Polished Concrete Company

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Polishing your concrete floors is as easy as 1,2,3.

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We evaluate your concrete slab, see if it’s suitable for the concrete solution you need, give our recommendations, and send you a quote.


You heard right - relax! We deliver your floor - just the way you want it, in no time. Never have to worry about your concrete floor again.