Collision Brewery in Longmont. Here is a job that we recently did with concrete polishing, stain and two-part polyaspartic.
Below photos, the owner had an artist come in and paint the floor and then we sealed over it. Amazing work.
Here is a story and some photos of a floor we did for Yogurt Shack – just west of Santa Fe on Belleview Ave.
The owner previously had tried coatings on his floor that required a ton of maintenance to prevent them from wearing down from all of the foot traffic he receives. When coatings wear down, they tend to make the floor look shoddy and old, and this isn’t the look that any small business wants to project to their customers.
After coming in and listening to the owner to determine what he was looking for, we did multiple design mockups for him showing him various options. He ended up selecting one of our designs that had a mottled effect. We ended up spraying in 2 contrasting color to create a very fun and exciting color for his customers. You can see that the floor looks great, and it matches his decor really well.
We’ve done a number of polished concrete floors for yogurt shops, and many more for restaurants. If you’re a yogurt shop or restaurant owner looking for a beautiful, durable floor that will save you a ton of money on maintenance costs over the lifetime of your floor, contact Concrete Floor Systems.
This is a floor that we ground down to large rock to make it look like terrazzo. Our aggregate in Colorado is very hard granite and river rock which makes this a super hard durable floor.
As you can tell the floor was ground down to consistence large rock with all edges done by hand. We added a small amount of a natural earth tone color into the floor.
At Concrete Floor Systems, we provide polished concrete floor related services for many retail establishments – including restaurants. To see our work, view our polished concrete floors for restaurants gallery.