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Joint filling: Are the joints currently filled? Do they need to be replaced? Do they simply need to be cleaned and filled.
Edges: Edges are among the factors that can affect the cost depending on the customer expectations. The edges can match the field of the floor or other alternatives can be chosen to minimize the cost.
Surface: Is there something currently on the surface such as paint, epoxy, tile, carpet flooring that must be removed or is there only bare concrete ready to be ground.
Size: Size of the area in question. The higher the total area, the lower the price per square foot.
Configuration: The configuration of the area to be polished. One big large room has a lower average cost than many smaller rooms. Small rooms are more challenging and require more work and preparation and increase the amount of edging required.
Utilities: Are water, electricity, and lights available inside the building.
Of course, there may be more factors to the polished concrete floor cost, but these are the basics.
All life cycle cost are square foot cost. This life cycle cost of polished concrete comparison has been compiled from the National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association, Concrete Construction Magazine, and other independent sources.
For any questions regarding prices and factors affecting prices of this concrete floor treatment you can contact us and ask to speak with an estimator – most estimating can be done with a series of pictures and phone conversations or a scheduled site visit.