It is always heartwarming to please a customer and “fix” unsafe and unsightly concrete flooring.
Seen below are the photos before and after….
Repair work completed on Concrete Floor areas outdoors. This was done with an aggregate mix, smoothed and polished.
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Seen below is our experiment with white concrete, freshly poured and waiting to dry. Once dry, we will grind and polish it to perfection.
Although white cement has been around for along time, it is only comparatively recently that designers have begun to use it to achieve the striking color effects that white concrete can so ably supply. The product’s major asset, aside form its striking architectural beauty, is its ability to remain white throughout its life. White concrete, obviously, is not a surface treatment that can deteriorate with age.
Experimentation can give big rewards since the color can serve either as a blank unobtrusive background, or be made to create an entirely new overall color effect. It is here that the use of pigments has its main value; a white cement is always preferable as the basis for a colored matrix, both because it is uniform in color to begin with (and therefore makes sample and remix matching easier), and because it allows a larger range of colors to be obtained.
Is dirt accumulation a bit of a problem…? NO WORRIES… the experts say proper clean-up inside and proper drainage outside should take care of normal dirt or contamination troubles. Indoors, the recommended treatment for white concrete surfaces is simply a daily sweeping, damp mopping once a month, and scrubbing with a clean rotary machine every two or three months.
Look out for our next post where we show the Finished Polished White Concrete.
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180 Degrees Concrete Floor Services
A division of Conserv Group Conrete
Fabulous Floors for the Thule shop in Stellenbosch.
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We are very excited to be working at the Harbour Mall in Simonstown, Cape Town.
Our expertise in floor grinding and polishing was required.
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Have you noticed how many new modern homes are built using concrete as the main component.? Complimenting the raw urban / industrial look perfectly is lots of beautiful wood, and also glass.
The benefits of home builders using concrete in this way are endless, but the main ones are:
- Wall thickness, size and shape can be done completely unique – bespoke to the needs or wants of you / your home;
- Walls or panels can be moulded off site, or on-site;
- Construction time can be greatly reduced;
- Insulation and durability are exceptional;
- Fireproof, waterproof, and totally Eco-Friendly;
- Totally BEAUTIFUL!!
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Contrast between two opposite things has been a trend, thus concrete walls have been able to make it to the world of the trendiest designs for 2018. Mixing modern furniture with rough concrete walls can make your bedroom look irresistibly incomparable.
Also called Industrial Design, but we at Conserv Group call it BEAUTIFUL.!
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Grinding substation floors to SABS specification to less than 1 deg of accuracy!
Well done team!!
Seen in the video is how we at Floor Grinding Services – 180 Degrees grind and polish a new concrete floor with a large area.
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Did you know…..?
Concrete is a very popular material for high-end counter-tops, sinks, fireplaces as well as floors
The fact that concrete can withstand water with ease has made it a popular choice for garden décor and outdoor furniture. But concrete can be used to beautify the inside of the home, too. Concrete’s incredible versatility and durability makes it the perfect building material for custom countertops, sinks, and fireplaces.
And concrete floors can be a surprisingly economical way to give any indoor living space a sleek, contemporary look that’s low-maintenance and that will take a lifetime of wear and tear.
and it looks GREAT.!
FYI….. Concrete and cement are not the same.
Concrete is a mixture of 60 – 65% aggregates like sand, gravel, and crushed stone, 15 – 20% water, and only 10 – 15% cement. When mixed, the cement and water harden, binding the aggregates into the solid mass we call concrete. So, there is no such thing as a cement sidewalk!
[Information courtesy of: Tilt Wall]