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Several requirements need to be met before thinking about a commercial kitchen flooring installation. As experienced commercial flooring contractors, we have considerable experience and know which solutions will deliver the best results.

First and foremost, kitchen flooring for any business needs to be practical. It needs to be safe, and it needs to have traction. Furthermore, it needs to be hygienic and, therefore, easy to clean. Equally important, durability must be taken into account and needs to withstand impacts, heavy apparatus, wear and harsh cleaning solutions. Last but not least, it needs to be comfortable to stand on. After all, workers will spend hours at a time standing on this surface.


When reviewing flooring solutions for a commercial kitchen, it is also worth considering the installation environment and the potential temperature variations. For instance, there is a significant temperature difference between the space under ovens and a walk-in freezer.

Flooring and subflooring will expand and contract differently depending on the solution and temperature. With this in mind, you will need a flooring installation that will cater for all eventualities. Here are some great options worth considering

Resin flooring could be used in a commercial kitchen.


Resin flooring comes in three varieties, MMA, Epoxy and polyurethane (often abbreviated to PU). It is a prevalent solution, and its usage varies from installations within commercial kitchens, factories and food production facilities. Resin flooring is hygienic, easy to maintain, and slip-resistant, and these further benefits make it an ideal choice for any commercial kitchen flooring installation.




Sheet vinyl is a great option to consider. Specialist vinyl safety flooring would add slip resistance. Moreover, it is also low maintenance and easy to clean, making it a very hygienic solution. It is generally the lowest-cost commercial kitchen flooring solution. Finally, it is aesthetically pleasing and can mimic other flooring solutions like wood or stone, but bespoke solutions are available.



Vinyl flooring could be used in a commercial kitchen..

Power-floated flooring could be used in a commercial kitchen.


Because of its smooth, shiny finish, and ability to withstand high footfall, Power-floated concrete is an excellent choice for a range of uses including commercial kitchens. It’s ideal for high-traffic areas, and it can withstand any wear and tear that could be caused by kitchen furniture. Plus, it’s a great choice for areas that get dirty quickly, as it’s quick and easy to clean.



Adequately installed flooring requires skill and experience. Without proper implementation, money spent will increase over time due to maintenance and repair needs. You can rely on us at FSC for your commercial kitchen flooring needs. We ensure a surface that will endure. Contact us today for a no-obligation consultation.

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