Seamless Kitchen Floor in Morristown NJ
Updated: Jan 18
Installing a seamless resin kitchen floor can be a great way to create a durable, easy-to-clean, and visually appealing floor in your kitchen. Here are the steps you can follow to install a seamless resin kitchen floor:
Prepare the surface: The first step is to prepare the surface on which you will be installing the resin floor. This involves cleaning and smoothing the surface, and possibly applying a primer or bonding agent to help the resin adhere to the surface.
Mix the resin: Follow the manufacturer's instructions to mix the resin and any necessary hardeners or catalysts. Be sure to mix the resin thoroughly to ensure a consistent and strong finished product.
Apply the resin: Once the resin is mixed, use a trowel or roller to apply it to the surface of the floor. Work in small sections, using a straight edge to create a smooth, even layer of resin.
Allow the resin to cure: After the resin has been applied, allow it to cure according to the manufacturer's instructions. This typically involves waiting for a certain amount of time for the resin to harden and set.
Finish the floor: Once the resin has cured, you will want to apply a topcoat or sealer to protect the resin and give it a shiny, professional look.
Keep in mind that installing a seamless resin floor requires careful preparation and attention to detail. It may be a good idea to consult with a professional resin flooring contractor to ensure the best results.
The majority of our kitchen floor clients are replacing their old tile floor with a seamless kitchen flooring system. This project was located in Morristown NJ. Seamless flooring is a much more user-friendly substrate whereas food service flooring is a concern as it makes cleaning a snap.
Furthermore, eliminates seams and mortise repairs for bacteria to fester. In short seamless systems are not only economical but make day-to-day tasks simpler and safer for food safety concerns.
Cost Effective Solution to Commercial Kitchen Flooring
This picture represents the type of tile flooring we often overlay. By using a seamless kitchen flooring based or a urethane cement floor system we eliminate the cost associated with the removal and re-sloping of the substrate.
No labor cost for removal or dumpster rentals. Furthermore, the mess and time associated with removal are very time-consuming.
Before we install our new seamless flooring system we will need to sound test all existing tiles to be certain we are installing our system on a clean and sound surface.
Once all loose tiles are identified we then proceed by removing and filling with the same urethane cement mortar used on the finished floor.
Once we are certain of a solid and well-bonded substrate we mechanically abrade the tile being careful o remove all glazing. We are then left with a clay base that behaves in the same manner as any other cement surface.
Furthermore, this process is a "belt and suspender" approach to ensure no loose tiles remain.
This photo best illustrates our urethane cement slurry with broadcast and the radius cove base. The coving will create a bird bath effect essentially eliminating any corners for bacteria to fester. This food and beverage floor is the gold standard for any SQF or board of health flooring standard.
Here is our completed seamless flooring system. It boasts thermal shock qualities that mimic concrete. That is important as this space will see a lot of cold and hot water cleaning as well as the day-to-day task of fryers, refrigeration, and the full range of wet to dry usage. This quality is vital to long-term bonding. Please note the nonslip texture making this floor far safer than any tile system.