How to Choose Flooring for Your Restaurant or Brewery

Imagine this common scenario: You’ve spent months of your time and hoards of your cash installing new flooring for your restaurant or brewery. But after a short while, you discover stains, chips, or hardened food ruining the surface. Suddenly, production must screech to a halt. You have to bring in large equipment for repairs, and costs climb.

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Urethane Concrete for Food Processing Facilities

According to the Food and Drug Administration, indoor flooring for a food facility should be “Nonabsorbent for areas subject to moisture such as food preparation areas, walk-in refrigerators, ware washing areas, toilet rooms, mobile food establishment servicing areas, and areas subject to flushing or spray cleaning methods.”

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Flooring Options for a Bakery

They Come Out Just Right Every Time

At Duraamen, we can't tell you how much yeast to put in your bread dough, but we do know everything it takes to provide high-quality, safe, durable flooring solutions for both local and industrial bakeries.

Safety first
Water, flour, sugar, butter and oils are a recipe for risk. With both wet and dry flooring areas to contend with, having a highly slip-resistant floor that adequately protects both your employees and your equipment is paramount.

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Types of Resin flooring in a Food Processing Facility

Resin Flooring and the Importance of Safety in a Food Processing Facility

Food safety has never been more critical to consumer confidence in a brand. The reputational risk of contamination and resulting financial loss can be so great, that best hygienic practices must be factored into the design of a food or beverage facility from the earliest planning stage.

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Resinous Flooring designed for a Food Processing Facility

Safe design in a food processing facility is critical in establishing a hygienic environment. A pre-requisite for producing pure and safe food and beverages, it is vital in forging a relationship of trust and loyalty with consumers. The nature of food products, especially perishable raw materials, within an environment that requires human participation puts the processed food at a high risk of contamination.

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Epoxy Kitchen Floors Coating: What's Best For a Restaurant?

To answer the question we receive on a regular basis being, “What is the best epoxy floor coating for a a restaurant”, there are a number of considerations regarding use. Restaurant floors take a beating from foot traffic, chairs, food grease, citrus, alcohol and lot’s more. Let’s take a look at various areas in a restaurant with the options and a few tips.
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Upgrade Your Restaurant’s Kitchen with Urethane Concrete

After having a successful year in your restaurant business, it’s time to think about how you can take things to the next level. Many chefs find that upgrading their work space is a great way to meet the demands of an increasing number of customers. A new kitchen is also a great way to boost morale and get employees excited about preparing food in the brand new space.

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Restaurant Flooring Options - Polished concrete, Metallic Epoxy coatings

Today’s restaurant customer has an excess of choice and a dearth of time and patience. His or her loyalty is to the brands and the stores that consistently deliver the fastest, easiest and most out of the ordinary experience. Restaurant are increasingly choosing seamless flooring systems like polished concrete, epoxy coatings and urethane concrete in the dining and kitchen areas.

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Polished Concrete using Concrete Microtopping in Coffee Shop in NYC

Combination of self-leveling concrete and concete microtopping was used in Coffee Beans outlet on Broadway in NYC to create a polished concrete floor.

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Remodeling Restaurants in NYC with Polished Concrete Flooring

Remodeling Restaurants in New York City

Urethane Concrete Systems are the perfect solution for commercial kitchens. They are sturdy, non slip and seamless. 

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