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Different Types of Commercial Flooring for Kitchens July 11, 2012
Image is everything when it comes to running a commercial business and first impressions count. So if you run a hotel or restaurant everything must be immaculate from the curtains to the floors. Grubby, cracked lino on your kitchen floor will not bode well with your customers, so if your commercial kitchen flooring is in desperate need of a spruce up Butler Cox Flooring is sure to have the perfect floor for you.
Here at Butler Cox Flooring we sell a wide range of flooring from lino and rubber, to carpets, vinyl and safety flooring. We understand the importance of needing hard wearing, easy to clean flooring in a commercial kitchen and strive to offer only the best quality flooring to our clients.
Our range of vinyl safety flooring with its high slip resistance finish makes it a popular choice for kitchens and canteens. The Polyflor range of safety flooring is ideal for your commercial kitchen. It is specifically designed for areas that are likely to deal with spillages on a daily basis, and require a high level of hygiene.
Another popular choice for kitchens as it is incredibly hard wearing and very resistant to things like grease. The Freudenberg range is famous for its high density design which repels dirt, making it less susceptible to staining and soiling. It also has advanced hygienic properties making it much easier to clean, and alleviating the need to call in the help of commercial cleaners London.
Vinyl Flooring isn’t so practical as it is beautiful. It isn’t as effective as rubber or safety flooring would be, but the design possibilities with vinyl are endless. The Amtico flooring range is one of our most admired ranges, representing taste and individualism. It is great for a restaurant where the kitchen is combined with the dining area.
So if your commercial kitchen needs some new flooring call us today on and speak to a friendly member of staff.
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