Concrete is widely recognized as a sustainable commercial flooring option, and decorative polished concrete has grown in popularity in the past few years for several reasons. As a sustainable flooring option, since it can be cleaned mechanically without the use of chemicals, polished concrete allows a property manager of a LEED certified building to obtain LEED credits when this method of cleaning is used. Polished concrete is also durable, it is pleasantly attractive with a high degree of reflectivity and it is easy to maintain.
Polished Concrete is relatively low-maintenance as it does not require waxing or sealing. There is a misconception that polished concrete floors are “maintenance free”, but in fact polished concrete requires specialized maintenance. Routine maintenance is relatively simple and includes daily dust mopping and frequent wet mopping for removal of dirt and grime that can abrade the surface of polished concrete.
Safety precautions, cleanliness, and maintenance are necessary for any facility. Polished concrete reduces dust mite and allergen problems, another attractive facet to this flooring option. Polished Concrete floors are the type of new trendy attractions that potential tenants are looking for right now. With a clean and simple industrial look polished concrete has become a popular trend at commercial and healthcare properties. Proper maintenance of polished concrete is just one way tenants can see the value in green services. To find new tenants and/or retain them, projecting a green image is relevant in today’s economy and will continue to be important as we collectively look for ways to use our natural resources wisely.
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