Concrete floor and its proper execution

The concrete floor is gaining popularity in interior design, thanks to its decorative character and ease of cleaning. It can be made in a house or apartment, and its preparation is done on site, avoiding the use of grout. There are two basic types of decorative concrete floors. The first one is a floor with a light texture, which also has anti-slip properties. The second type is a smooth and shiny concrete floor, which can be finished in several ways (light rubbing, grinding, polishing).

The process of making a concrete floor requires time and precision. It includes pouring concrete, leveling and grinding it, and covering it with impregnants that protect it from damage and scratches. The advantages of a concrete floor are primarily its durability, resistance to damage and scratches, and good compression parameters. In addition, the concrete floor is resistant to moisture, so it can be installed even in the kitchen and bathroom. The downside of a concrete floor is that it can be a bit cold to the touch. The solution will then be to use underfloor heating.


The prices of decorative floors made of concrete vary. The quality of the concrete used, the impregnations used and the degree of gloss are taken into account. The average price ranges from PLN 80-300 per square meter. Before deciding to make a concrete floor, it is worth considering carefully whether it is a good choice for a given interior. And also whether the costs do not exceed our financial capabilities.


Concrete floors are an interesting alternative to traditional floors, thanks to their decorative character and ease of cleaning. Their strength and resistance to damage mean that they can be used in many places, including bathrooms and kitchens. However, it is worth remembering that making a concrete floor requires precision and time, and the costs can be quite high. Before deciding to make such a floor, it is worth considering all the pros and cons and consulting with experts.

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