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Polished Concrete

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Roadstone Polished Concrete options bring a whole new life to traditional “grey” concrete. Using locally sourced aggregates and sand the highest quality of finish can be achieved via grinding and polishing operations. The result is a transformation of normal concrete into an exceptional highly aesthetic, functional, durable, low maintenance and environmentally friendly floor finish. Suitable for domestic, commercial and industrial applications the choice of colours is only matched by the versatility of finish achievable. Polished concrete floors are natural, highly energy efficient and sustainable compared with other types of floor systems.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Visually pleasing
  • Energy efficient, with good thermal and light reflective properties
  • Very low maintenance
  • Available in a range of colours and finishes
  • Made from local materials
  • Resembles much more expensive terrazzo or marble finishes
  • Durable and long lasting


  • Domestic kitchens, hallways and dining rooms
  • Showrooms
  • Shopping Malls
  • Exhibition areas/halls
  • Public buildings
  • Schools and colleges
  • Factories
  • Hotels and restaurants

Technical Specification

I.S. EN 206:2013 – Concrete – Specification, performance, production and conformity



Are samples available?

Samples are not available through Roadstone, we would suggest speaking to your polisher to see samples

What aggregates are available for use in polished concrete mixes?

We stock local aggregates that meet the requirements of I.S. EN 12620 and SR 16 at each of our readymix concrete plants. In most of our locations we do not have the capacity to stock alternative aggregates and for health and safety reasons do not allow the addition of aggregates to a readymix truck onsite.

Does Roadstone polished concrete meet slip resistance requirements?

The slip resistance of a polished concrete mix is a function of the actual polishing of the concrete. We would advise speaking to your polisher for further information.