Now you can balance sustainability and durability without compromising the aesthetics.
From manufacturing to the application, we do our part to ensure that our products are safe
to use and safe for the environment. Because we believe in building a better future,
we're committed to being environmentally-minded from start to finish.
Our manufacturing facilities use streamlined systems and formulas that eliminate
the creation of hazardous waste during the production process and our warehouses
package those products with recycled materials.
Our densifiers, sealers, and specialty treatments are also designed for the waste-free
application, and floors treated with our
products provide many advantages to both consumers and the environment.
Increased reflectivity of polished concrete reduces lighting needs, resulting in lower energy consumption.
Treated concrete floors decrease energy use by retaining heat during cold weather and staying cooler in warm weather.
The use of architectural concrete or reuse of an existing concrete surface reduces material and energy consumption by
eliminating the need to produce, transport, and install other flooring options. Even old or worn concrete surfaces can be rejuvenated to like-new condition with our products.
Polished concrete floors are more durable and last longer than traditional floor coverings, creating further material and energy savings.
Rinse-free, waste-free application.
Requiring only water or neutral cleaners for basic maintenance, treated floors eliminate the need for continual strip/reseal cycles and the routine use of harsh chemicals.
Regional Materials and Resources
MR Credit 1.1 & 1.2 Building Reuse
MR Credit 5.1 & 5.2 Regional Materials
Indoor Environmental Air Quality
EQ 4.1 Low-Emitting Materials Adhesives & Sealants
EQ 4.2 Low-Emitting Materials Paints & Coatings
EQ 4.3 Low Emitting Materials Flooring Systems
Energy & Atmosphere
EA Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance (Polished surface reflects light reducing the need for lighting fixtures)
SS 7.1 Heat Island Effect