Posts Categorized: Epoxy Floors

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.

Nobody worries about money, right? Wrong. It’s all about the bottom line for companies. And in this tight economy, budgets are being stretched to their limits. Cost matters when you’re building or renovating a new place of business, and every aspect of the construction needs to be considered in terms of its cost/benefit.  When it…

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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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Choosing a flooring for business is anything but a relatively simple process. More than just something customers and employees walk on, there are safety and compliance implications that go into engineering the right commercial or industrial floor. Plus, if you’re in a business that deals with caustic or otherwise dangerous and hazardous chemicals that can…

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When businesses are looking for a long-term flooring solution that is easy to maintain, and hygienic, they often look to epoxy coatings or polished concrete.  However, some businesses believe that if they go with epoxy or polished concrete, they’re going to be stuck with drab utilitarian floors. This couldn’t be further from the truth. There…

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When you’re setting up a cultivation site and dispensary, you have plenty of decisions to make. But, one of the most important is right under your feet. Your choice in flooring can make a huge difference to your business, from ensuring you fall within regulations (such as they are at the moment) to making your…

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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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