When a business is looking for a hard-wearing, no-nonsense commercial flooring solution, there is normally only one option that comes to mind – concrete. Concrete flooring is renowned for its strength and allows businesses to lay down a tough and damage-resistant floor for a modest cost over large surface areas. However, concrete isn’t without its drawbacks, and a growing number of businesses are now turning to epoxy resin screed flooring as an alternative to traditional concrete. In this article, we’ll explore the main differences between concrete and epoxy resin screed flooring to help you determine the best option for your needs.
Not even the most ardent dog lover will suggest that their canine friends are anything other than messy. As much as we love our dogs, there’s no getting around the mud tracked in from dirty paws, the unmentionables rolled in on the field, the waste products, and the drinks, water bowls, and food items upset by excitedly wagging tails. Dogs are messy animals, and especially so when they are puppies.
Epoxy flooring is a natural fit for the pharmaceutical industry, making it easier for production facilities to maintain the hygiene standards necessary to ensure the quality of their products. In pharmaceutical production, cleanliness, as they say, ‘is next to godliness.’ Each step of the production process must be implemented with the utmost care to avoid contamination and spoilage.
Commercial epoxy resin flooring can now be seen in various business premises, from warehouses and factories to offices and hospitals, but what about retail resin flooring? Does epoxy resin have a place in British shops, supermarkets, and shopping centres as well?
Epoxy resin flooring is growing in popularity among UK gyms, sports clubs, and leisure centres for several very good reasons, which we will explain in this article. From both the customer’s perspective and the perspective of your business, a professionally installed resin floor is the perfect way to ‘resin the game’(sorry!) in terms of service delivery and customer experience.
From epoxy’s strength to polyurethane’s charm to methyl methacrylate’s swift alarm, resin flooring offers businesses a symphony of choice when it comes to a hard-wearing commercial flooring system. In this article, we will wax poetic about the three main types of resin flooring, and how their unique characteristics make each of them an ideal performer on various stages.
The BRC’s (British Retail Consortium) Global Standard for Food Safety is the golden benchmark for UK food processing and distribution businesses, requiring businesses to demonstrate a documented food safety quality management system and established environmental controls throughout their factory environment. A BRC certificate is a strong indication of consumer protection and legal compliance, and to achieve certification, businesses must undergo a stringent independent BRC food safety audit to demonstrate adherence to the required standards.
First impressions matter, especially in the hospitality industry. At a time when prices are high and disposable incomes are squeezed, customers expect flawless service and excellent value for money every time they choose to eat out.
Maintaining a hygienic environment in a food production facility is of the utmost importance. The Food Standards Agency requires all UK food businesses to ensure that hygiene levels are sustained at a high level across all production and storage areas – including warehouses, factories, storerooms, laboratories, commercial kitchens, and so on.
A durable flooring system is essential for commercial and industrial properties that need to withstand daily wear and tear.