Concrete Polishing In Cairns
 
 
 
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Floor Stripping in Cairns

 

Removing Tiles, Vinyl & More

 
At Smart Crete Floors, we are experienced in all aspects of floor demolition and preparation. Based in Manunda, we have completed countless commercial, residential and industrial floor stripping projects throughout Cairns and Far North Queensland.
 
 
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Our team specialise in all types of floors. Count on us to expertly remove tiles, vinyl, carpet adhesives, paints and even old epoxy coatings. We also handle the filling of holes, matching aggregate and treating concrete to prepare it for polishing. When looking to spruce up old, chipped, uneven or rain damaged flooring, you can rely on us for a smooth finish.

To help us complete your project in a precise and timely manner, we invest in the latest machinery and technology such as dust-controlled diamond grinding machines and 3-phase vacuums.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
  1. How often should I replace my flooring?

    Some floors last longer than others, depending on the material, maintenance and the amount of traffic it receives. Properly applied, sealed and maintained, your polished concrete floor may last about a hundred years. You may get about 50 years out of your vinyl floor, while carpet may last about 10 years.


  2. Should I install the same type of flooring throughout the house?

    Installing the same type of flooring throughout your home creates a clean and continuous look. However, it’s best to consider the activities you’ll do in the particular area of the room when installing flooring. For example, it may be wiser to install polished concrete in your kitchen, even when the rest of the home has carpet floors.


  3. How can I tell if my floor needs a replacement?

    Damage manifests differently on various types of material. With linoleum floors, for example, you should look out for bubbling or warping, while you should check your tile flooring for cracks.