Five Priorities for Renovating Hospital Floors

Urethane, Commercial Flooring, Healthcare

Are your hospital floors in need of replacement? Read about these top priorities before making your choice. ...

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Three Tips to Stay on Schedule with Your Next Flooring Project

Epoxy, Urethane, MMA, Commercial Flooring, Industrial Flooring, Aerospace, Manufacturing, Government, Healthcare, Retail, Transportation, Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology, Water/Wastewater, Building Management, Chemical, Auto Dealerships, Hospitality, Education, Distribution/Logistics, Sports/Entertainment, Technology, Food and Beverage, Electronics Manufacturing

Timing is crucial in the world of architecture and design. It means your reputation, your competitive edge, and, as they say, "time means money!" In this post, we'll give you three highly-effective ways to get your flooring project done on schedule. ...

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Top 6 Factors for Grocery Store Flooring

Epoxy, Urethane, MMA, Commercial Flooring, Retail

The right flooring choice for grocery and other retail stores is crucial to day-to-day operations and budgets. Read about the top factors you should consider when making this important, long-term decision. ...

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Life Cycle Costs: Resin Flooring vs. Vinyl Composite Tile

Epoxy, Urethane, Commercial Flooring, Healthcare, Retail, Building Management, Auto Dealerships, Hospitality, Education, Sports/Entertainment

Everyone likes to save money, but going with a less expensive flooring system doesn't provide long-term savings. When choosing a flooring system, you need to consider your environment and what your floor is up against. Heavy traffic, frequent cleaning, spills and splashes? Read our blog post to learn how resin flooring matches up to vinyl flooring for your facility's needs. ...

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Do The Floors in Your Food and Beverage Facility Meet Hygienic Standards?

Urethane, Industrial Flooring, Food and Beverage

In the world of Food & Beverage, plant hygiene is the number one priority. Sanitary design standards are key to maintaining and improving the conditions of food and beverage processing facilities where failures in building design can lead to growing bacteria, like listeria, and ultimately cause product contamination. Product contamination issues can lead to product recalls, revenue loss, brand damage, and consumer illness. In this blog post, you will learn about HACCP, HACCP International Certification, and how your flooring system is a key component in meeting hygienic standards. ...

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