When most people hear the term diamond grinding they think of anything but resurfacing a floor. People are familiar with diamond grinding being used to polish other surfaces, but not floors. However, diamond grinding concrete can produce a beautiful, yet practical surface that looks great.
Diamond grinding is also a cost effective way of restoring your old floor and when the right equipment is used can be done without necessitating the closure of large areas of your shop floor. Diamond Grinding To Resurface A Floor
Diamond grinding can also be used to remove old resin surfaces or floor paint, allowing floors to be restored simply by re-sealing it. This saves a lot of time and money, because the old floor does not need to be dug up and a complete new floor laid. It can also be done with very little disruption to your workforce.
Where previous repairs have left the floor uneven or with lumps or bumps in it diamond grinding can be used to smooth them out. Restoring the floor to a safe smooth surface that looks great is easy using diamond grinding. There is no need to dig up the floor, so the job gets done quickly causing minimum disturbance. Scratches, tyre marks and scrub marks can also be removed using diamond grinding. Diamond Grinding To Polish A Floor
A plain concrete floor can be made to look spectacular with the help of diamond grinding. Once polished not only does the concrete floor look great it is also a lot easier to maintain and keep clean. Unfortunately, many older concrete floors cannot be polished, but a new concrete floor can certainly be given a smooth shiny finish using diamond grinding.
Other floor surfaces such as terrazzo, granite and marble can also be restored and given a nice new sheen using diamond grinding. It is possible to hire a diamond grinder yourself and restore your own floors, but this is costly, tedious, hard work and the results are not always good, so it pays to hire professionals to do this work for you.