Cafeteria Flooring Issues: Heavy foot traffic is common in cafeterias, both in the kitchen and dining areas. Food and drink spills are an everyday occurrence.
Volatile organic compounds, also known as VOCs, are organic compounds that evaporate at low temperatures and release harmful vapors into the air. When this happens out-of-doors, the vapors contribute to air pollution and climate change.
Whether in a coffee shop, café, a pub or bistro, fast food, family, or fine dining establishment, restaurant flooring should be designed in such a way that it complements the overall interior aesthetic approach.
Faded, yellowed, and discolored floors have been a problem in the flooring industry since the beginning. In commercial flooring, discoloration of a sealer or flooring finish is a widespread issue. And often, the only way to get rid of the stain is to completely strip the old coating from the surface.
Floors regularly look dull and worn by winter’s end, especially in entryways and busy corridors. Annual spring cleaning is meant to go deeper than your everyday cleaning and make your floors look like new again.
Your employees, customers, vendors, and patrons deserve to feel secure on their feet. Slip-resistant floor coatings from V-8 High-Performance Floors provide this security. All of our floor coatings meet and exceed the slip-resistance standards set by OSHA for commercial and industrial facilities.