Epoxy Flooring for Commercial Kitchens in Truckee, 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.There are some worries about concrete flooring that we at Nevada Custom Coatings respond to on a fairly regular basis. When a client is entertaining using a color stained concrete floor in a commercial kitchen, for example, they are typically linking it to what they may experience with a tile or vinyl surface. So here are some answers to these ordinary concerns about concrete floors in commercial kitchens that we hear in the Truckee area.

Isn’t Concrete Hard on the Legs and Feet?

Some are anxious that a concrete floor will be too rough on their joints and feet, perhaps resulting in agitation while stationary for the extended periods required during a restaurant shift. In fact, epoxy floors can help to reduce this circumstance. With Nevada Custom Coatings, you can select different degrees of thickness and rigidity for your epoxy coat to help with tolerating impact and vibration. With the right specifications during application, your epoxy floor can be safer and better for your feet and joints than standard concrete or tile options.

Is Epoxy Flooring Easy to Sanitize?

Epoxy flooring has no joints or seams, so there is no place for hair, dirt, bacteria, old food, or other contaminants to get stuck. There’s no grout to clean and scrub. Ordinarily, all epoxy floors need for maintenance and cleaning is a mopping. Adding coved flooring lengthens the durability of epoxy coatings up the walls of your kitchen from a matter of inches to more than a foot, protecting your floors and walls from spills and bumps with carts and delivery dollies.

Is Coated Concrete Too Slick?

Many people think epoxy floors are very slick when wet. A high gloss epoxy floor certainly has that characteristic, but that type of floor is for retail stores and showrooms, not for kitchens. Instead, your kitchen requires an epoxy coating that enhances safety with a no-slip finish, so that you and your staff can maintain a safe grip even if there’s an unexpected spill. And with coved flooring, you do not have to be concerned about a spill causing damage by falling under the wall.

Contact Us for an Epoxy Kitchen Floor

Concrete is never boring when you ask Nevada Custom Coatings to colorize your kitchen floors. For a safe and useful work kitchen, color-stained concrete or epoxy floors can meet your needs with an eye-catching look that competes very well with other floors. If you have other questions about concrete in the kitchen, reach out to Nevada Custom Coatings for more information. We look forward to helping you experience the benefits of concrete flooring with professional kitchens.
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