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Floor grinder

DIY Garage Makeover: Tools that get the Job done like a Pro

Is your garage in need of some of some maintenance or repair? Maybe you have decided to spruce it up a little or are even considering turning that unused garage space into extra living space? Whatever the case, most of these jobs can be done by a DIYer with the right tools to get the job done right. Here is some of what you may need. Read More

Effective Tile Removal Methods: And how you can do it yourself!

  • Tile Removal
  • Tile Removal

Removing tiles may seem like a messy and difficult job however there are various methods for removing tiles that anybody can do at home with the right tools and equipment. Whether you are removing tiles from the floor in a large living area or the wall in a small bathroom, getting the preparation right and ensuring that you have the right equipment to do the job is key to getting a great result and having the job done before you know it. Here are some of the most effective methods for tile removal.
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How to Approach Floor Preparation with a Concrete Base

  • floor grinder

Changing a floor covering can be a tedious and challenging process for someone with limited experience and the wrong tools. As with many other restoration and improvement projects, the key to achieving professional looking results is to use the same equipment the pros use. With that said, let’s look at some of the tools and techniques that professionals use to prepare a floor surface.
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New Meteor Floor Grinder Leaves its Mark

  • Concrete floor grinder

In addition to our popular low speed floor grinders, we now offer a more aggressive and efficient Meteor Floor Grinder.  This style of floor grinder is often used by professional flooring contractors  for it’s superior performance and ease of use.

What will it do?
This Meteor Floor Grinder will make short work of paint, mortar and glue removal from concrete floors including hard bonds such as epoxies.  It is also suitable for “knocking down trip lips” where concrete has cracked or there is a slight difference in the height of slabs.
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