Garden Grove, California
Shot Blast, Self Leveling, and Polished Concrete
5,200 sq Feet

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About The Systems

Shotblasting is an environmentally friendly and cost effective solution for preparing concrete floors. This process strips, cleans and profiles concrete surfaces that tend to retain chemicals, oils, mastics and other penetrating contaminants.

Before any coating or floor system can be applied to a concrete floor, the surface must be profiled making it free of chemicals, dirt, and other contaminants that can act as a barrier to proper coating adhesion. This process is considered concrete surface preparation and is the first process that must be completed before contractors can apply other floor systems.

Damaged or deteriorated concrete floors can be costly to replace and replacement may not be an option in some cases. One of the best solutions is to overcoat and re-enforce damage concrete floors with cementitious overlay.

EER, Inc. installs self-leveling cementitious underlayment systems that are designed to level, smooth and repair interior floors. This type of system is typically used before other floor coatings are installed. Cementitious overlays are used to renew the surfaces of floors that are in exceptionally poor condition, repairing heavily eroded surfaces that were exposed to thermal shock, chemical exposure and high impact traffic.

In the past decade, this system has become very popular for residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Polishing is a multi-step process that starts with grinding several layers of concrete and then finishing with a fine polishing technique that leaves a high gloss surface with no wax or additional coatings necessary.

Due to the fact that concrete polishing requires little to no maintenance and is one of the most inexpensive concrete systems on the market, it has become a great alternative to high maintenance floors like tile, carpet, granite, or floor coatings. Concrete polishing is a very versatile application. It can be done in conjunction with other options like concrete staining, engraving, or applied other applications like concrete overlay.