Choose your mix
Your mix is made up of the different types of stones and the colour of the concrete. We have a list of suppliers that can help guide you through this process, so you end up with your desired look and feel.
If you are working with an existing concrete floor we have less control over the types of stones and colour - the next two steps is where you can reallly customise your finish.
Choose the level of exposure
The exposure is the amount of stone that is revealed when grinding the concrete back. There are varying options here from full to minimal exposure. Below are some examples of the effect that can be achieved with each level:
FULL EXPOSURE This is the result of a maximum grind (Approx. 4-5mm). Very popular finish as it gives a really dense and consistant spread of stone.
MEDIUM EXPOSURE This is the result of a moderate grind (Approx. 2-4mm). It has a patchier look than the full exposure and a more insconsistant spread of stone.
MINIMUM EXPOSURE This is the result of a light grind (Approx. 1-2mm). This finish has a very dispersed stone effect.
NIL EXPOSURE This is a polish of the surface, with no grinding back. The result achieved is a burnished concrete look.
Choose a finish
Depending on your desired look and also the use for the space, we can finish your floor off in a range of different finishes, from: