Commercial Concrete Flooring Company
A properly installed and maintained concrete floor can last decades. Installing concrete flooring on a commercial or industrial location is a good choice because it can last many years despite the traffic. This makes commercial concrete flooring a cost-effective choice for flooring material since you don’t have to worry about replacing the floor every couple of youers.
Commercial concrete contractors use high quality materials and have extensive experience installing flooring in many different environments and climates. Hiring a professional contractor ensures that industry standards are being practiced when concrete is poured, ensuring that your floor will stand against the test of time.
Aside from being hardwearing and affordable, concrete is a good choice for many commercial establishments because it is easy to maintain. It does not need special equipment to keep it clean. Best of all, concrete is very versatile so it is easy to personalize.
Anew Concrete Contractors offers the following services for commercial and industrial purposes.
Choosing a concrete floor for your commercial establishment or for industrial use is a good choice. Concrete is not only affordable and durable, it is also chemical resistant, energy efficient and can easily withstand pressure.
Commercial establishments and industries see a lot of traffic, making concrete floors a good choice since they don’t require a lot of maintenance and are easy to keep clean. This gives business owners peace of mind and a cost-effective solution for their flooring needs.
Browse for “commercial concrete near me” to find a contractor that has experience, the right equipment and the best manpower to enjoy concrete floors for many years to come.
While durable and hardwearing, concrete can get damaged or deteriorate over time. Exposure to extreme temperatures or regular wear and tear over the decades can cause your concrete floor to crack, chip, erode or get discolored. Concrete commercial contractors can easily remedy these problems for you.
There are also instances where the concrete slab cannot be replaced due to severe erosion and deterioration. Removing concrete is back breaking work. It also takes hours to accomplish. In these cases, you will need the services of a professional concrete contractor to remove it for you.
We do not only remove the concrete for you. With our concrete installations services, we can also assist you with debris disposal so you don’t have to worry about manpower or equipment.
There are 2 main types of concrete we install depending on your requirements.
You can’t go wrong with flat poured concrete. This is a good choice for industrial establishments like factories because they are tough, resistant to staining and very easy to clean.
This type of flooring is a good choice for commercial spaces and industries that want a neat but classic look. We can install interior or exterior concrete flooring.
Concrete is very flexible so if you prefer a bit of character for your poured concrete, you can opt to have it stamped and colored.
Concrete commercial contractors use patterns or molds to make designs on concrete. This is more cost-effective than using pavers or real cobblestones for your flooring. There are many patterns to choose from such as flagstone, slate, brick and even wood. They can also be colored to match the theme or architecture of your commercial space.
For example, you can opt for a cobblestone concrete stamp for the outdoor patio of your coffee shop. There are also many colors or stains for your retail shop or restaurant. With decorative concrete, the options for patterns and colors are nearly limitless.
We provide concrete replacement and installation services in most towns within DuPage County, as well as villages in some parts of Kane and Cook Counties. Don't see your town? Call us to see if we service your area.
Addison, Bartlett, Bensenville, Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Eola, Fox Valley, Glen Ellyn, Glendale Heights, Hinsdale, Itasca, Lisle, Lombard, Medinah, Naperville, Oak Brook, Roselle, Villa Park, Warrenville, Wayne, West Chicago, Westmont, Wheaton, Willowbrook, Winfield, Wood Dale, Woodridge