Understanding Flooring Solutions

The dizzying array of flooring options can often be confusing. and all too often clients are unsure of which flooring type is the most appropriate for their building.

Our advice is simple: when it comes to industrial and commercial flooring, resilience and versatility should always be prioritised over aesthetic considerations.

While many of our clients have been drawn to flooring options such as ceramic tiles or a polished concrete floor because of their visual appeal, after listening to their requirements, we advise them to steer clear of these flooring solutions. In the same way that a nice hat cannot offer the same protection as a good quality helmet, a vinyl or concrete floor cannot offer the same protection, resilience and versatility as polyurethane, epoxy or MMA flooring solutions.

In fact, our composite flooring solutions offer numerous advantages over other floor coverings including:

  • The ability to be prepared and installed overnight, limiting the downtime for businesses and causing minimal –if any- loss of trade.
  • Customisation of the colour, the non-slip co-efficient and the level of resistance to traffic, machinery, chemicals and cleaning agents.
  • A range of available finishes; from a showroom quality finish to a hard-wearing factory floor
  • Seamless floors with no grout or welds and therefore no opportunity for bacteria to grow in the cracks.

We have solutions to suit commercial flooring and industrial flooring requirements, be they restaurants, food production, pharmaceutical, showroom or workshop. Contact our team to learn more about the advantages of our composite flooring solutions.

 

EXPRESS FLOORING SERVICES

For many businesses, closing up shop while lengthy renovations are underway is simply not an option. We recognise that for businesses, time is money, which is why we offer our express flooring service which minimises the impact on your business. We can complete the entire re-flooring of your building outside of your hours of operation by expediting the job from start to finish; stripping out machinery and existing flooring, applying the new flooring and finally reinstating your fixtures.

In situations where quick turnaround time is desired, we will often recommend the use of either Polyurethane Polymer or MMA (Methyl Methacrylate Acetate) flooring. As well as being quick to apply and ready to use within a matter of hours, these floors are hygienic, anti-slip, easy to clean and maintain and resistant to a wide range of corrosive products including chemicals, animal fats and blood. Other benefits include:

  • Flexible application with minimal risk of cracking or spalling
  • Can be applied in temperatures below freezing (MMA only)
  • Available in a wide range of colours
  • Available in either non-slip or smooth textures

MMA and Polyurethane floors are suitable for: walkways, showrooms, kitchen floors, warehouses, labs, cool rooms, food processing facilities, hotels and bars, butchers, delicatessens, garages, loading docks, nightclubs, dance floors and more.

If you are interested in MMA or Polyurethane flooring, contact us to arrange a time to visit you and discuss your requirements

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