The installation of a seamless flooring system is a big decision to make in your facility. Epoxy and urethane formulations each offer many benefits. Read about the distinctions between the two to make the right flooring solution for your space.
Urethane (or polyurethane) flooring is made from a versatile polymer that creates a durable, thermal shock-resistant flooring surface. Urethane floors can be expected to last 10 to 20 years or longer with proper maintenance.
Floor coving is a type of flooring that involves creating a seamless transition between the floor and the wall. Essentially, the coving is a curved or sloping extension of the floor surface that blends into the base of the wall, providing a smooth and hygienic surface that is easy to clean and maintain. This type of flooring is commonly used in commercial and industrial settings where cleanliness and hygiene are a top priority.
In this blog post, the second in a series on "Water and Your Floor," we discuss waterproofing concrete for industrial and commercial facilities. What makes a waterproof floor truly waterproof, why should you consider taking this step and where is it most beneficial? How is a waterproof floor installed? Our resident expert, Product Manager, Stephen Pattison, answers these questions and more.
Have questions about how to properly clean resinous floors in your commercial facility? We have all the answers in this blog. Read to find out if you're following necessary practices to keep your floors looking nice and new.
When building a commercial kitchen, one of the most important decisions to make is choosing the right floor to install. In this blog, we discuss which materials to avoid, and which ones are sure to last.
When choosing floors for your brewery, you want to get it right the first time. Floor failures can be costly in a number of ways, so it's critical to choose floors that will last, perform, and protect you from potential liabilities and damage to your reputation. In this blog post we discuss important considerations when selecting brewery floors for both back-of-house and front-of-house operations.
How do you meet hygienic standards in your food manufacturing facility, brewery, bottling line, or commercial kitchen? Stonhard addresses your concerns and explains the best solutions so you can be sure you are installing the right product to last and perform for years to come.
Clean does not always mean sterile. If your industrial or commercial environment has flooring with welds, seams, or is composed of fabric, you are running the risk of bacteria finding spaces to harbor and grow and spread throughout the facility. Learn how seamless flooring can reduce the risk.
Cold rooms, like cold storage facilities or walk-in coolers, require specific flooring chemistries and installation procedures. In this article, we cover what you need to know before you make a decision on products and installers.
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.
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.
Poured floors are suitable for both industrial and commercial use. By installing a poured floor you can achieve a number of performance benefits otherwise not available with traditional flooring and have an attractive aesthetic that can be customized for your facility. Learn about the three types of poured flooring and the areas they benefit.
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.
Many factors play a role in selecting the best resinous flooring system for your facility. It's important to understand the difference between a coating and full resinous flooring system when making your decision. Our blog post offers helpful information to get you started with the process.
Selecting the right flooring system is one of the most critical decisions for food and beverage companies. Our “Top 5” list details what flooring systems are best for long-term protection in your specific area of operation.