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The many ways Remedial can help with BCA compliance

As a specialist repair company much of the work we offer spans multiple components of the BCA. So we thought we would give you a quick snapshot into the areas you can call on our team to help

This entry was posted in Cladding, Commercial, Commercial kitchens, Concrete cancer, Fire upgrades, Maintenance, Residential, Strata Management, Structural repair

When You Need Commercial Flooring

When it comes to flooring, here is the truth: Just because something works in a residential setting there is no guarantee that it will work well in a commercial space. Learn why and find out what you need to know.

This entry was posted in Commercial, Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions

Characteristics of a High Quality Commercial Kitchen Floor

When it comes to building and then fitting out a commercial kitchen, we know that very few people/companies have an unlimited budget. You're looking to find optimal solutions that help you produce great quality food at a price you can afford.
But as we have discussed before it all has to start with the floor. In this blog we take a look at the characteristics which lead to a commercial kitchen floor that stands the test of time.
 

This entry was posted in Commercial, Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions

Why Dycem Floors Are a Better Choice for Your Facility Here’s a little know fact, but one which can have significant bearing on your business; one of the factors that affects your product yield and your staff’s productivity is the type of flooring installed in your facility. Find out why Dycem non-slip mats are your best option.
 

This entry was posted in Commercial Kitchen Floors, Commercial kitchens, Industrial Flooring, Non-slip flooring

How to Clean Your Resin Floor Properly Does your business site have a resin floor and you're not sure how to clean it? If so, then read on, as we cover off all you need to know to ensure you get the most from your floor. 

This entry was posted in Commercial, Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions, Maintenance, Tips and Tricks

Three Things You Should Know About Flooring Ultimately, each type of flooring option has its own merits and there is not a single type that is ideally suited for all conditions, especially since floors serve different purposes in different types of buildings. In this blog, our head of flooring gives you three tips to help you understand why different floors need different solutions. 

This entry was posted in Commercial, Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions, Non-slip flooring

The three reasons companies invest in their commercial floor No matter the change in technology, nor the industry the enquiries come from, nor the level of technical expertise of the person enquiring, we have learned that the nature of each and every flooring enquiry can be categorised as one of three things. In this blog we discuss the three ways to classify flooring.

This entry was posted in Commercial, Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions, Non-slip flooring, Tips and Tricks

Why You Should Consider Commercial Flooring Alternatives In the past, for reasons of price or beliefs over the efficacy of the surface traditional flooring options have included sealed concrete, tiles or vinyl, but with technology constantly offering innovations in terms of construction materials and visual appeal, the options available today gives owners and managers, a lot more flooring options to consider.

This entry was posted in Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions, Non-slip flooring

Fitting out a commercial kitchen is not exactly the most affordable exercise. From the ovens, to the dishwashers, to the knives, fridges and all the other accoutrements that go with a kitchen, the costs can run up very quickly. AS such, when it comes to the flooring surface, we've found that many owners tend to go for the 'lower cost' alternative. Too often this means that tiles or vinyl are laid in the kitchen.

This entry was posted in Commercial kitchens, Flooring solutions, Non-slip flooring