Are Polished Concrete Floors Slippery?
Even though polished concrete can be slippery when wet, it is no more slipperier than vinyl, linoleum, marble, or ceramic tile floors. If you are concerned about the slipperiness, a nonslip additive can be added to the high-gloss decorative sealer. When kept clean, polished concrete floors isn’t any more slicker than regular concrete floors.
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The life expectancy of a concrete floor will far surpass that of most floor covering materials, so it is something to consider even if the initial outlay for decorative concrete exceeds the cost of a low-to-mid priced floor covering, such as carpeting, vinyl tile, and wood laminates. Another thing to consider is that decorative concrete can also endure water exposure from occasional seepage into the basement after heavy rains, unlike water-sensitive floor coverings that can peel up, warp, or mildew. That means in the long run homeowners save money because they never need to rip out and replace worn or water-damaged flooring.
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Can Concrete Floors Be Noisy?
Yes, sometimes concrete flooring surfaces will be loud and provide an echo noise but so will tile, stone, hardwood, and other flooring surfaces.
You can reduce the noise by using sound-reduction items like rugs and window curtains.
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