11 August 2021. By Goran
In the blog last week we covered off things to consider and look out for in buildings, so this week, we thought we would deviate slightly and look at the role of a facilities manager with particular emphasis on flooring maintenance, and the role flooring plays in the industrial sector.
13 May 2021. By Jeff Anderson
You may have noticed (or if you are new to the blog – welcome) our habit in these blogs is to give you a smattering of information about an area we think will add value to you, the reader. We don’t necessarily want to talk about who we are, but in this piece we make an exception. Today, we give you an overview of Remedial.
18 May 2020. By Hamish
When it comes to building and then fitting out a commercial kitchen, we know that very few people/companies have an unlimited budget. You're looking to find optimal solutions that help you produce great quality food at a price you can afford. But as we have discussed before it all has to start with the floor. In this blog we take a look at the characteristics which lead to a commercial kitchen floor that stands the test of time.
28 April 2019. By Hamish
You may not realise it, but the type of flooring you have in your workplace can be a factor in maintaining both the productivity and the welfare of your employees. Don’t believe us? Think about having carpet in a toilet block, or cold, raw concrete without matts behind your bar or in your production facility. In this post we discuss flooring with a focus on the importance of the right Non-slip rating
28 February 2019. By Goran
Ultimately, each type of flooring option has its own merits and there is not a single type that is ideally suited for all conditions, especially since floors serve different purposes in different types of buildings. In this blog, our head of flooring gives you three tips to help you understand why different floors need different solutions.
18 September 2018. By Goran
One of the most difficult things to maintain in a restaurant or commercial kitchen is high-quality standards for cleanliness. Too often, under the stress of delivering great service, employees neglect routine hygiene in production areas. But the truth is in reality, it simply can’t be ignored.
9 January 2018. By Remedial Team
No matter the change in technology, nor the industry the enquiries come from, nor the level of technical expertise of the person enquiring, we have learned that the nature of each and every flooring enquiry can be categorised as one of three things. In this blog we discuss the three ways to classify flooring.
22 March 2016. By Remedial
In the past, for reasons of price or beliefs over the efficacy of the surface traditional flooring options have included sealed concrete, tiles or vinyl, but with technology constantly offering innovations in terms of construction materials and visual appeal, the options available today gives owners and managers, a lot more flooring options to consider.
16 March 2016. By Russell Muller
In the past Workplace safety was something people saw as a necessary evil. Today however, Workplace safety is one of the many aspects that business owners as well as facility managers have started to prioritise, recognising that a safe workforce is more motivated and less of a financial burden. In fact, workplace safetly is not only a requirement by Australian law, but it also has a proven effect in boosting productivity, employee retention and end product quality.