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Our polished concrete floors are found in residences, commercial applications, schools, retail, offices, restaurants and more.
By definition, polished concrete is a multi-step process where a concrete floor is mechanically ground, honed and polished with bonded abrasives in order to cut a concrete floor's surface. It is then refined with each cut in order to achieve a specified level of appearance.
The short answer is yes, all concrete can be polished but not all concrete looks good polished.
Things that will affect the outcome of polishing would be paint on the floor, damage from moved walls, demolition of existing floor coverings, oil stains, adhesives or sealers, etc.
However, the process of grinding will remove stains, adhesives, paints, etc.
The Options page defines types of grinding, aggregate level, gloss level and reflectivity.
The most popular choice for residential floors is the Hybrid Polish. It exposes the least amount of aggregate and retains the patina created by finishing concrete.
We can polish to your spec as well as consulting to determine the best option.