A restaurant floor has a lot of standards to meet. It must be durable to withstand the wear and tear of foot traffic and food carts. It must be easy to clean, and able to repel all types of spills, including grease. It must be slip-resistant to avoid injuries to staff or clientele. And, last but not least, it must be designed (colored, textured, or patterned,) to complement the theme of the restaurant.
Few materials exist in the market that can live up to these standards. Most commonly used flooring, (ceramic tile, carpeting, or rubber flooring,) cannot meet these criteria. Some important elements frequently remain neglected: longevity and a custom design. Restaurant floors may need to be industrial STRENGTH, but they do not need to be industrial-LOOKING.
In short, a restaurant floor needs to be:
- Easy to Clean
- Low Maintenance
Using decorative concrete meets all restaurant floor expectations, plus it can be designed to fit any budget. Often already existing as the sub-base of the restaurant, concrete is extremely durable. With the right application of a sealer, it requires little maintenance, and is very easy to keep clean. It can also provide slip-resistance with additives or creative texturing.
Getting a custom look to a restaurant floor is the biggest factor. There are a multitude of decorative possibilities available, ranging from solid and multiple colors, to blends, patterns, graphic inlays, and a host of other options.
Feel free to peruse our website at your leisure; check out our photos, get some ideas… then call Epoxy Works for your free estimate today.