1. Do you do residential?
No! We do not do residential work for our flooring removal, concrete, or white boxing services. The only residential work we do is with our custom rug shop. This is due to our equipment size, man power, and insurance policies.
2. Do you have samples?
Concrete Staining: Every concrete poured is different, that is the nature of it! Because of this, we do not have definite samples to show you because how one concrete absorbs the stain will be different than how yours does. Your concrete results will be one of a kind and unique to your space. However we do have color swatches that you can pick from that will show you the coloring your floor will resemble. We are more than happy to sample stain your concrete in your space so you can choose your color choice. Please check out the picture samples underneath the “Concrete Staining” tab to see our past work!
Concrete Polishing: Again, all concrete is different, so the amount of aggregate you will or won’t see is entirely different case to case. We can work to give you the results that you want, but we cannot guarantee that the result you want will be easy to achieve. Please check out the picture samples underneath the “Concrete Polishing” tab to see our past work!
3. How much does it cost?
Our competitive rates are made up by considering difficulty, service requested, whether we can use machines or have to do it by hand, and size of the space. Typically our rates are by the square foot, with possible additional charges for additional necessary work. For a quote on your project, please contact John Rosner and he will be happy to give you a quote!
4. I’m not sure what coating or polish works best for my customers space.
That’s no problem. Contact John with details about your space and he can advise you on what would work best for your space.
5. How can I schedule?
Scheduling our services is easy. Simply call or email John Rosner with details about your project and he will give you a quote, and schedule work for your site.
Have a question not answered here? Feel free to contact us with any further questions you have and we will be happy to help.