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Concrete Floor Specialty Coatings by Concrete Polishing & Sealing Ltd. - Ottawa, Montreal, Kingston

Concrete Supply and Installation Serving Ottawa Region

Concrete Polishing & Sealing provides the installation and supply of concrete in the Ottawa Region.

You can count on us for professional service and workmanship to install, compact, screed and power finish concrete at your commecrial facility, retail outlet or your home.

We supply ready mixed concrete of different strength (normally from 15Mpa to 35Mpa) with custom color by LaFarge or CBM St. Mary's through Easten Ontario region.

Our crew pours wet concrete in place or into the forms until they are full to the top edge. While the wet concrete is being poured, we use shovels, rakes and "come alongs" (special concrete rake) to move the concrete to make sure there are no voids or air pockets.

Once placed, our company can provide different surface finishes:

Stamped Concrete

This finish commonly referred to as textured or imprinted concrete, is concrete that is designed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile and even wood.

Trowel Finishes

Patterns can be made on the concrete, such as swirls, or different size arcs. The texture created can be coarse, medium, or smooth depending on the tool used to impart the pattern. Wood floats create coarser textures. Aluminum floats or steel trowels create medium or smooth finishes.

Broom Finishes

Broom finishes can be light broom or coarse depending on the bristles of the broom you choose. This is not the aesthetically appealing finish but provides cost effective solution with non-slip surface.

The final step with commercial or industrial floors is troweling, usually with a power trowel, either a walk-behind or a ride-on trowel. Troweling compacts the surface to provide a dense, hard, smooth surface layer.

Any choosen method or finish is followed by curing. The importance of curing cannot be over-emphasized. If the slab surface dries out, the concrete will lose strength and develop plastic shrinkage cracks.

There are three ways to cure concrete: either we add water to the surface to replace the water that is evaporating or we seal the concrete to prevent the water from evaporating in the first place or we do both.



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