Posts Categorized: Commercial Flooring

Warning. Commercial flooring in food and beverage prep areas, storage facilities, and dining spaces are subject to extreme wear and tear. All vulnerabilities should be addressed prior to contracting for renovation, repair, and new solution installs or risk compliance violations and potential health hazards to occupants and employees.

When constructing a commercial or industrial freezer, it’s always been important to think in terms of health and safety – and it’s even more important with the coronavirus still spreading around the country.  Your industrial freezer must be as safe and free from contamination as possible, both for your sake, as well as the sake…

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When installing proper commercial or industrial floors, an attention to detail is key to ensuring that the floor functions properly for years to come.  One detail which can often be overlooked, or implemented improperly, is the coving.  Despite often being regarded as little more than a finishing touch, proper coves are a necessity – and…

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Yes, there really is a difference between epoxy and self-leveling epoxy. While both are ideal for performance in commercial and industrial spaces, the formulation and application process is slightly different. Self-leveling epoxy is a coating applied to a slab of concrete and, as the name suggests, it’s easy to apply because it self-levels and spreads out…

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There are plenty of factors to consider when building or renovating a grocery store, supermarket, deli, or similar business. You have a lot of compliance regulations to adhere to, plus you have to create a space that’s safe and attractive for visitors.  In these situations, it’s easy to overlook matters like flooring – but you shouldn’t….

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When engineering a cancer diagnostic center and similar clean rooms you must consider the hygienic and compliance that starts from the ground up. A medical clean room must be capable of being completely sterilized to provide a safe and usable floor that both patients and staff can walk upon without incident. There are only a handful…

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One of the most frustrating, and challenging parts of being a flooring contractor is prepping old flooring and substrate for new applications only to see that clearly it hadn’t been maintained properly. This not only creates bottlenecks in installation, but it may require a new strategy when repairing or replacing commercial floors. When customers are asked…

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When properly maintained, resinous coating, such as epoxy or polyurethane, should last decades, making it a cost-effective option for businesses. Maintaining a coated concrete floor is typically easier than maintaining other types of commercial flooring as well. Basic facility maintenance goes a long way towards extending the lifespan of your floor and preventing the need for significant…

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If you’re looking for a seamless floor surface that’s also highly resistant to a wide variety of hazards, from rough usage to chemical spills, epoxy and urethane coatings are a great choice. Either epoxy or urethane can create an absolutely smooth, seamless surface that’s perfect for businesses of all types. A urethane or epoxy seamless floor surface…

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