Posts Tagged with "polished concrete floors"

The Art of Polishing Concrete

Monday, September 30, 2013

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The Art of Polishing Concrete

Great designers and artist have a way at looking at older buildings differently.  It is almost a magically ability to see potential, to see beyond the current state of a building and imagine what could be. They are gifted in creating, changing, and impacting the world with their ideas and dreams.  This was just the […]

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The Cost of Polished Concrete

Thursday, March 21, 2013

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The Cost of Polished Concrete

Polished concrete floors have become very popular in the last few years. One of the main reasons these floors have seen extraordinary growth is the long-term durability of the finished surface. Concrete is the most widely used building material for its strength and longevity.  In the past concrete had been covered by another flooring material, […]

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Polished Concrete Condo Floor – Indianapolis, Indiana

Sunday, November 4, 2012

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Polished Concrete Condo Floor – Indianapolis, Indiana

When ripping up a floor covering whether it is carpet, hardwood or tile you never really know what you might find underneath. In this condo the owners found a concrete floor that was covered in glue, grout, and floor leveling compound.  Their home is in a building that initially served as a school located in […]

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Getting an Early Start

Sunday, March 4, 2012

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Getting an Early Start

When concrete is covered by carpet it is always a surprise to find out what the condition of the underlying concrete may be. Our most recent project for Common Ground Church in Decatur, Indiana was no different. My company, Dancer Concrete Design, is providing Common Ground with a polished concrete floor. After being tired of […]

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Clean Freak

Monday, February 6, 2012

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Clean Freak

One of the great benefits of a properly sealed concrete floor is the ease of maintenance and cleaning. Today we did a final cleaning on a project we finished in October 2011. When we left the project back in October the basement walls were nothing more than wood studs and the water was yet to […]

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Concrete & Coffee

Friday, January 20, 2012

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Concrete & Coffee

This fall my company, Dancer Concrete , was able to be part of a project helping a young entrepreneur follow his dreams of opening a business in Fort Wayne. Sean Wang, owner of Trionfale Espresso, has spent his whole life working in his parent’s restaurant but had his own goals of opening a unique coffee shop. […]

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Coming Full Circle

Sunday, July 3, 2011

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Sometime when removing carpet from a basement floor you find concrete that is in great shape, needs little attention, and can be changed into a finished surface in just a couple days. Other times you find concrete that has been painted several times, has holes from carpet tack strips and is in need of some […]

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I Always Use Protection

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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When it comes to protecting your valuables (walls, trim, doors) my company always uses protection. Last week we completed a stained concrete floor in a very impressive residential dwelling. The new construction building is being built as a guesthouse and lounge space for a Lima, OH family. Nestled only a short walk from their house […]

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