Polished Concrete Floors for Your Kansas City Establishment
Polished concrete is a durable and cost-effective solution for many establishments. It is a convenient choice for retail spaces, event venues, stadiums, and churches because of how sleek it looks — and, might we add, how easy it is to clean. Get in touch with us, today, for polished concrete floors in Kansas City.
ACS: Kansas City Concrete Polishing and Decorative Concrete
ACS provides concrete polishing and decorative concrete services, in addition to their other residential and commercial concrete design and construction services.
Kansas City Concrete Experts
With work under our belts as far away as Des Moines, Iowa, and as nearby as the church up the street, ACS’ concrete polishing & coatings crew is one of the best in the country. We are well known in Overland Park, Olathe, and Spring Hill, for our services which include surface preparation, epoxy coatings, cementitious coatings, coatings of polyurethane, and of course concrete polishing.
Award-winning projects include high schools & colleges, as well as churches throughout the Midwest. Check out our portfolio of projects to see examples of our quality work and design expertise.
Choose ACS as Your Kansas City Polished Concrete Contractor
Whether beautifying your home, your business, or a commercial or educational location, ACS is known for design expertise, quality workmanship, and a conscientious team who cares about customer experience. We would be happy to provide a quote on concrete polishing, custom stamped concrete indoors or outdoors, or other concrete contracting services. We look forward to providing you with a no-obligation quote for concrete polishing in Kansas City.
The ACS polishing crew knocked out the 10k square feet of polished concrete floors for the new Select Quote offices. The floor was taken to a 1500 grit finish to provide a durable, modern finish. The high level of polish reflects the natural light and LEDs above to help the space feel open.+
October 27, 2017
The ACS polishing crew took over the new Skyline E3 building to grind and polish roughly 12k square feet of concrete flooring. The floor was taking to 3000 grit to provide a salt-and-pepper finish then coated with Ameripolish Stain-Guard for a reflective, durable finish.+
April 3, 2017
The ACS polishing crew is at it again! The floor was ground to a fully exposed aggregate finish, and polished to a level 4-3000 grit sheen. For this high traffic location, additional stringent sheen and slip specifications were met for safety and durability. This project also included custom staining and layout to compliment the Blue Valley Schools color scheme while adding visual areas of interest.+
December 20, 2016
The ACS polishing crew took over Blue Valley Northwest High School this summer to grind and polish 45,000 square feet of concrete flooring. This had to be done in only 6 weeks. The floor was a fully exposed aggregate finish, polished to a 3000 grit sheen. SSCO Dynamic testing and Gloss reading were done to insure safety and sheen level. ACS had to team up with our friends at Royale Concrete to pull this off in time. The crews worked around the clock together and got it done ahead of schedule.+
September 15, 2016
Frontier Justice is a next-generation firearms facility and shopping destination. ACS equipped the Lee’s Summit retail space with 22,000 square feet of stained and polished concrete. This durable, reflective finish prevents cost of additional materials on top of structural slab.+
March 18, 2015
We have built a strong relationship with Johnny’s Taverns over the last five years and have completed renovations at three of the Johnny’s locations. The Shawnee location showcases polished, stained concrete while Lee’s Summit used the wood plank stamp inside and out.+
September 25, 2014
Renamed in honor of legendary head football coach Bill Snyder by a proclamation of the Kansas Board of Regents on Nov. 16, 2005, Bill Snyder Family Stadium sits on the north end of the Kansas State University Campus. To learn more history, visit kstatesports.com+
June 25, 2014