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Polished Concrete

Looking for a low maintenance floor option that is both aesthetic and durable?

Polished concrete is an innovative, economical and environmentally friendly process of mechanically grinding and polishing concrete utilizing industrial diamonds & impregnating hardeners. It is the perfect application for; commercial & business facilities, industrial plants, warehouses, retail locations, showrooms, schools, museums, and government buildings.

We use the most advanced equipment and constantly update our concrete polishing methods to stay on the cutting edge of this rapidly changing technology. Be sure to utilize our unsurpassed expert advice for your polished concrete floors, dyed concrete floors and acid staining floors.

Indigoin like to involve you in the process from the start, so a member of our team will meet with you to discuss your polished concrete flooring options and any style preferences you might have. Following a consultation, we create a sample, which will be sent to your premises for approval.


Polished concrete does not need to be limited to kitchens and bathrooms. Some people are using it in the majority of their home, while the addition of a polished concrete patio or pathway can make any outdoor area look spectacular. It is also a good choice for the environment because of its contribution to an energy efficient home as mentioned above and because the products we use are certified environmentally friendly.

Polished concrete is cheaper than any other conventional flooring. Architects and home designers are using concrete as a natural modern influence to enhance and increase the value of home.

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