Polished Concrete

We specialize in professional concrete polishing and epoxy coatings in the Phoenix Arizona and surrounding area.

Polished Concrete in Phoenix

Polished concrete is becoming Phoenix’s most popular flooring option due to its clean and modern look. 

Concrete is available in every single building. In their raw form, concrete floors are not the most aesthetically pleasing, but with our one-time affordable process, we can turn any concrete slab into a durable, smooth, and high-luster flooring. 

Polished concrete Phoenix floors are ideal for any space, from Paradise Valley’s residential homes, Scottsdale’s commercial properties to Phoenix’s industrial warehouses and facilities.

Our polished concrete floors are the result of a multi-step process that starts with mechanically grinding and honing the concrete and then repeatedly polishing it with diamond discs. Different grit diamonds are used to get the desired amount of shine and stone exposure.

Benefits of polished Concrete

Professionally polished concrete floors can bring an abundance of benefits to your Scottsdale home or commercial property in Phoenix.


When polishing your concrete, we use concrete hardeners. This makes your concrete more durable, long-lasting, and less vulnerable to damage. Floors can last up to 20 years.

Higher production

Polished concrete in an industrial facility can vastly improve work-environment because there is significantly less dust that can cause damage to machines.

Easy to clean

Thanks to a smooth and glass-like surface, allergens such as dirt and dust cannot seep into the surface as easily. It requires little upkeep, with a damp mop and mild detergent sufficing.

Polished Concrete

Polished concrete is the full process of heavy duty grinding and polishing. Typically used in commercial and residential properties, this is done with 800 or 3000 grit sheen.

Grind & Seal

Also known as a topical polish, this floor has a clear coating installed into the concrete, achieving a similar result to polished concrete but with less steps involved. This sealant is applied into the concrete substrate itself, strengthening it from within.

Matte Polish

Follows the same steps for polished concrete, but much less grinding and refining involved. These floors appear hazy and cloudy with minimal reflection.