Epoxy Flooring for Commercial Kitchens in South Lake Tahoe, CA

A focused male chef in a professional kitchen garnishing plates of salad with precision, wearing a white chef's coat and black apron. In the blurred background, another chef is busy preparing dishes, highlighting the bustling environment of a commercial kitchen.Many diners in South Lake Tahoe have a concrete surface for their kitchen floors. Some owners have decided to refresh their kitchens by pulling out their vinyl tiles or flooring to uncover the concrete and apply epoxy coats instead. Some restaurants currently being framed or renovated use epoxy floors for their kitchens as the first upgrade. If you are skeptical however, here is a list of commonplace questions about epoxy coats in the kitchen and their answers.

Isn’t Concrete Hard on the Feet and Legs?

Many are concerned that a concrete floor will be too hard on their feet and joints, perhaps causing agitation while stationary for the long periods required during a restaurant shift. In fact, epoxy floors can assist to reduce this situation. With Nevada Custom Coatings, you can select different levels of height and hardness for your epoxy coats to help with minimizing vibration and shock. With the correct specifications during installation, your epoxy floor can be better and safer for your feet and joints than boring tile or concrete possibilities.

Is Coated Concrete Simple to Clean?

A professional color stained or epoxied concrete base features a polyurethane sealer that is almost just as strong as the sealers we apply on garage floors and business areas with heavy traffic. Carts will not scrape it. Liquids can’t stain it. Falling utensils won’t leave a dent. When it comes to resilience, durability, and ease of maintenance, coated concrete ordinarily comes out on top.

Are Epoxy Floors Okay for Work?

It’s undeniable that shiny epoxy flooring in showrooms and retail stores can be slippery when wet, but their flooring focuses on aesthetics, not functionality. That doesn’t hold true when you apply epoxy topcoats for a kitchen surface. By adding texture or a no-slip finish to your epoxy topcoats, your floor can have more grip than ceramic tiles or vinyl. In fact, many industrial or commercial kitchens in restaurants use epoxy coatings because they offer stronger friction with the proper topcoat.

Opt for Epoxy Floors in Your Kitchen

Of course, you likely have other questions about employing epoxy floors in your commercial kitchen. Nevada Custom Coatings has the knowledge, experience, and skill to answer them all honestly and completely. Please contact our office by phone or use our online form to submit your questions, and we will respond with clear answers. We are happy to help you in achieving the useful kitchen floor that you’ve been looking for!
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