Our latest Polished Concrete Showroom Floor takes us to the Texas Hill Country and more specifically, Texas Wine Country.
Our customer wanted a polished concrete showroom floor for his family winery. As most of our previous customers already know, we love exposing the aggregate for polished concrete.
A new concrete slab is required to fully cure for a minimum 28 days before we can actually start grinding. While some companies like to rush the project, our customer was more than willing to wait.
When exposing aggregate for a polished concrete showroom floor, it’s best to cut the top with water. We were able to do just that and we think it turned out beautiful! The conditions were just about perfect for exposing the aggregate and I believe our customer was absolutely blown away with the end product!
As we do with any exposed aggregate polished concrete, the floor was grouted after our last metal diamond steps.
Since we knew in advance that it was going to be a polished concrete showroom floor, we also grouted the floor using a proprietary material that put it over the top. It truly looks like a lake!
As you can see from the pictures below, our polished concrete showroom floor turned out beautiful.
Please feel free to share our images on your social media sites. When you’re ready for a polished concrete showroom floor, be sure to give the professionals at Glossy Floors a call. They’re perfect for commercial, industrial and residential settings.
By the way, if you ever get down to Stonewall, Texas, let us know what you think about the floor and the wine!