Posts Categorized: Commercial Flooring

  Capital Expenditures (CapEx) are a crucial part of maintaining and expanding any business. CapEx covers all expenses which are directly related to facilities, buildings, machinery, computers, and other physical things. This is separate from Operating Expenses (OpEx), which covers matters such as employee salaries, insurance, and utility bills. In general, OpEx is predictable and recurring, while CapEx…

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With a wide range of custom color chips blends available, epoxy flooring can be effective and beautiful! When businesses are looking for the best flooring solution which can stand up to intense stressors, while lasting for years with minimal maintenance, epoxy coatings are the go-to choice.  Concrete coated with epoxy creates a single seamless coated surface which is…

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There are numerous options when choosing a flooring for your business or industrial space.  Many businesses opt for resin-coated concrete, due to the single seamless surface it can create, but resinous coatings aren’t always the right fit for an application. Sometimes, basic concrete is called for, or flooring types which are tiled.  In these cases,…

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When you’re looking for flooring solutions for your workspace, particularly if you work in a highly-regulated industry such as food preparation or pharmaceuticals, few options are better than resin-coated concrete floors.  When concrete flooring is coated with a material like urethane or epoxy it creates an extremely hard and durable surface which is also easy…

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  Every commercial and industrial building has a flooring foundation. This flooring is expected to last for a long time but may experience substantial wear and tear. This often happens in an office, factory, or warehouse. Custom epoxy floors and resinous concrete coatings can make a significant impact in commercial applications. Business owners and facility…

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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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