Concrete Float

A concrete float is a specialized tool used in the finishing stages of concrete placement. It features a flat or curved surface made from materials like wood, magnesium, or aluminum. Employed while the concrete is still in its plastic state, a concrete float serves to smooth and level the surface, eliminating bumps and irregularities. The tool is available in various types, including handheld floats for smaller areas and bull floats or power floats for larger surfaces. By skillfully manipulating the float over the concrete’s surface, construction professionals achieve a more even and polished finish, enhancing both the appearance and functionality of the concrete structure.