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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For those in food and beverage manufacturing, or looking to enter the sector, there are a lot of aspects of your facilities to consider. One critical area that should never be overlooked, however, is your choice of flooring.  Not all flooring will be FDA compliant and meet the regulations that cover food and beverage manufacturing. The…

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The sweet smell of success is in the air as many in the baking world profit from independent retail shops and online fulfillment. From cupcakeries to creative cakes, gluten-free to vegan options, specialty bakeries and confectioners have sprung up in virtually every town to satisfy a resident’s sweet tooth. Whether you have a storefront or a…

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In a saturated market of commercial flooring, how do you know which one is right for your facility? For example, two popular options are Urethane and Polished Concrete. On the surface, both offer the durability and reliability needed, but what distinguishes one from another? High-traffic areas are prone to damage and erosion. Constant foot motion,…

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When the safety and integrity of your business is on the line, it’s a given that you address any concerns immediately and resolve problems before they get out of hand. In the food and beverage industry, questionable flooring could lead to substantial problems for owners and managers. The dangers lurking in deteriorating floors far exceed…

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Certain industries rely heavily on commercial flooring solutions to support the well-being of employees and customers, as well as uphold safety standards imposed by regulatory agencies. Food and beverage businesses fall into this category, and require flooring to adhere to rigorous guidelines. Typically, commercial flooring for food service businesses such as restaurants, grocers, and manufacturing plants,…

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Metallic Epoxy is carving out a name for itself as the flooring of choice in well-known restaurants and food and beverage establishments. This trending floor combines durability and design, which has caught the eye of many interior designers. Already a popular industrial flooring solution for high-traffic commercial buildings, restaurant owners have a new found affinity…

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Today’s market is saturated with industrial flooring options for restaurants and commercial kitchens. Combining substance and style, new technology offers the food and beverage industry longer-lasting products that are both highly functional and visually appealing. The food and beverage industry typically needs to replace commercial kitchen flooring every 7-10 years. As you investigate new or…

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Commercial kitchens in restaurants, cafeterias, hotels and hospitals are subject to constant stress. Harsh cleaning products can damage floors; moisture and food byproducts can seep into substrate and cause bacteria and mold; and buckling and slick conditions can result in major safety concerns. Commercial kitchen flooring has evolved over the last decade. There are numerous…

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Most people don’t realize the implications industrial flooring has on food processing plant. But the fact is, it’s one of the most important considerations manufacturers need to plan for. Food processing plants are held to rigid safety standards imposed by the USDA and FDA. When engineered appropriately, a commercial flooring solution will actually improve hygiene…

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