Polished concrete takes concrete from its natural state (a porous product that is susceptible to dusting, spalling, and efflorescence that is difficult to maintain) and locks it up, sealing the concrete. This seal helps the concrete fight penetration by liquid contaminants such as oil and water. It makes the floor dustproof and more aesthetically pleasing. Reduced maintenance and a lower-cost life cycle also make polished concrete an attractive choice in the right industry.
Food & beverage
Aggregate options. Denotes the surface exposure after grinding and polishing.
Gloss options. Flat, satin, polished, and highly polished.
- Food & beverage
- Office Buildings
- Aggregate options
- Gloss options
From a visionary concept to a finished building, it takes a range of people to complete a project. Whether working with the business owner or another trade worker on the job site, Müller Surfaces strives to bring solid communication, respect, and appreciation to every project stakeholder. This means that we train our staff to be flexible, adaptable, and professional to everyone, on and off the job-site.
The General Contractor is our main line of communication for most projects. Nearly all communication, decisions, and actions tend to flow through the GC.
While we often receive architectural direction through the General Contractor, we are also happy to work directly with Architects and Designers at any time throughout the duration of a project.
Some owners are extremely hands-on, whilst others prefer to entrust expectations to other capable hands. We are happy to work with both.
Our employees strive to communicate with other trades on-site, ensuring everyone has access to complete their work in an effort to complete projects on time.