Glossy Floors Polishing Concrete For Cabela’s/Bass Pro Shops Combo Store in Rogers, AR

Bass Pro Shops in Rogers, AR Polished Concrete FloorGlossy Floors has already begun polishing concrete at the new Cabela’s/Bass Pro Shops combo store in Rogers, Arkansas. The store is just over 100,000 square feet, of which, approximately 21,000 will be renovated.

The new Bass Pro Shops sign went up yesterday and the news cameras were out in bulk. While the Cabela’s sign was coming down and the new Bass Pro Shops sign was going up, Glossy Floors was hard at work polishing the concrete on the inside.

Big decisions had to be made when it came to the floors. As most of you may already know, Cabela’s had existing polished concrete when […]

2018-09-03T01:37:35-05:00

Are Polished Concrete Floors Slippery?

Are Polished Concrete Floors Slippery?Are polished concrete floors slippery? It’s one of the most common questions we get because polished concrete looks wet. While polished concrete floors may look like they’re slippery because of their exquisite shine and beauty, they’re really no more slippery than some of the more popular stores you already shop at.

Don’t get me wrong, when a polished concrete floor is soaked with water, there’s always a chance you’re going to slip. That’s probably true with just about any type of floor.

When we polish the concrete in your home, warehouse or retail space, we have the option of placing a slip-resistant material in the final coat. This slip-resistant material is […]

2016-05-10T10:04:50-05:00

Polished Concrete Garage Floor

Polished Concrete Garage FloorOur most recent polished concrete floor is a polished concrete garage floor from Overland Park Kansas. Viewing the final results, our customer slowly and cautiously placed his hand on the newly polished concrete garage floor to see if it was wet.

We had a good laugh about that and so did he.

This wasn’t a bad concrete job to begin with, but like most concrete companies who want their work to look “glossy”, they tried to put a concrete sealer on top of their newly poured concrete slab. Little do they realize that putting a concrete sealer on top of freshly poured concrete can actually hurt the curing process.

Any polished concrete […]

2016-01-12T21:54:21-06:00
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