Perfect CC Midwest inc uses state of the art technology and in-house fabricated equipment to make quick work of concrete grinding and mechanical concrete polishing large commercial, industrial floors in Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana & Iowa. Our trade secrets give our clients competitive cost on highly refined polished concrete installations. We also use modified techniques for industrial warehouse joint fill, flooring removal, commercial cooler urethane mortars, and quick cure self leveling underlayment installation.
Whether concrete polishing services, pouring self leveling underlayment, concrete grinding or applying an epoxy floor- Perfect CC Midwest takes every attention to detail seriously. Not only aesthetic attention to details either- while important, the visual ‘attention to details’ are merely visual. The underlying, ‘behind the scenes’ details can cause future flooring failures if not done correctly. For example; all epoxy flooring installations should involve grinding your concrete floor prior to applying epoxy floor paint or two part epoxy floor coatings. New or old, all concrete should be fully diamond ground prior to the epoxy floor company material application- this creates a rough surface profile that will grab and create the best adherence for the epoxy floor coating. More difficult to the untrained eye- knowing when your concrete floor is correctly ground to take the epoxy floor coating. Merely putting any concrete diamond abrasive under a grinder and grinding the concrete slab is not a guarantee in terms of correctly prepping the concrete floor for an epoxy floor coating. Grinding a concrete floor with the wrong diamond grit and especially bond hardness can do more harm than good. For example, when grinding a hard concrete slab with a hard bond diamond- no matter the grit, the diamond skips and scratches across the concrete surface rather than abrading, removing the cement surface and achieving the correct surface profile for the epoxy floor coating. While you my get some dust coming from the grinding machine, a close look at the concrete slab will show fine pencil like scratch marks that are gray, black in color with no depth. That is because the hardness of the concrete and diamond are not allowing either tool to wear and merely generating heat and actually ‘sealing’ up the top of the surface further.