Olathe, KS (PressExposure) May 17, 2012 -- Artistic Concrete Surface, the Kansas City based concrete flooring expert has introduced the new Online Concrete Tool that allows people to experience what their polished concrete floors would look like with different polishing, staining, or exposed aggregate. Users can chain the color, sheen, the type of polish, or make any other adjustment using the tool.
The tool is an ultimate guide to help people customize their polished concrete floors [http://www.kansascityconcrete.com/services/concrete-polishing.html]. They can choose from a wide variety of options that allows them to:
- Choose the Polish Method - Topical or Mechanical
- Choose the Aggregate Options - Cream Finish, Small Aggregate, or Large Aggregate
- Choose the Sheen Level - Matte Finish, Low Sheen, High Sheen, or High Gloss
- Choose Colors - From a choice of more than 2 dozen colors
- Choose the Decorative Options - Logo and Stencil, or Saw cuts.
The user's choice of the different options is reflected on the display; thereby allowing the user to see what the end result would look like.
"Polished concrete floors are extremely flexible; they can be used to achieve almost any style or look. But before spending hundreds of dollars, it is important that clients are satisfied about their choice. They can use this tool to ensure that the end result would be up to their complete satisfaction. "This also comes in handy when explaining about the effect of certain procedures to clients," says the spokesperson, at Artistic Concrete Surfaces. This Kansas City concrete flooring expert also specializes in stamped concrete and has installed stamped concrete patios [http://www.kansascityconcrete.com/services/stamped-concrete.html] and outdoor fireplaces for residential projects. They also undertake commercial projects and have installed floor leveling systems, concrete and terrazzo polishing restorations for hospitals, hotels, grocery stores, malls, schools, etc.
"There's a very high demand for polished concrete floors and stamped flooring because they are fairly affordable when compared to the costs of installing natural stones. It is also possible to mimic a variety of styles," adds the spokesperson.
About Artistic Concrete Surfaces: ACS is a family owned and operated firm that operates from the Kansas City area. They've won several awards including the 2007 Residential Decorative Concrete Job of the Year, and the 2010 ACI's commercial job of the year for the State of Kansas.
To know more, visit, http://www.kansascityconcrete.com