Commercial Flooring Solutions

A custom flooring solution to meet the unique requirements of your commercial building.

Commercial flooring is particularly vulnerable to deterioration brought about by high density foot traffic, oils and detergents and bearing heavy weights. Damaged or worn floors are more than just an aesthetic concern, they may present a serious health and safety risk.

A damaged floor can:

  • Become excessively slippery, increasing the risk of accident or injury to staff and customers
  • Become uneven, causing staff or customers to trip and/or injure their feet
  • Begin to trap moisture, encouraging the rapid growth of bacteria and making the space unsafe for the preparation or service of food

Remedial has been a commercial flooring specialist for over 50 years. Our extensive experience has made us experts in all aspects of commercial flooring: from investigation and problem identification, through to design, preparation and the final installation of your flooring solution.

We understand that when it comes to flooring, every building will have unique requirements.
Contact us to discuss a customised flooring solution from our range of commercial options:

  • Acid and heat-resistant resin-based floor coating
  • Non-slip epoxy flooring
  • Non-slip polyurethane flooring
  • Methyl Methacrylate Acetate (MMA) flooring
  • Showroom finish, anti-static flooring
  • Pharmaceutical grade flooring suitable for ‘clean rooms’
  • Hard wearing, impact resistant warehouse flooring
  • Chemical and liquid bunds to contain spillages and leaks

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