Posts Tagged: restaurant 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 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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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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This blog is brought to you by contributing author, Amanda Fuller. Amanda is a recent college graduate and avid writer. While her primary focus in college was English Literature, Fuller minored in Design and Psychology and she draws on her knowledge of these fields to create online content that addresses different human needs in a simple…

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The dawn of the craft brewery is upon us. In New England alone, we’ve witnessed a spike in independent brew companies, accompanied by unique flavors that flow across discerning palates craving artisan beers. As eager, would-be crafters seek to create the perfect environment for their new brews, we see function and design collide. Industrial flooring…

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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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Both methyl methacrylate (MMA) and epoxy floor coatings are viable alternatives for a concrete floor. However, each has its advantages and disadvantages. Here are a few tips on which facilities and business environments are best suited for MMA versus epoxy floors. Methyl methacrylate pros and cons – MMA cures quickly, so it’s a good option…

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More and more restaurant owners are recognizing that polished concrete floors are a great alternative for their businesses. From an economic and aesthetic perspective, polished concrete just makes sense. Here are three reasons why you should consider this type of flooring for your restaurant: 1. Durability. Polished concrete is one of the most durable commercial…

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