Commercial kitchens are hectic places to work in. They can also be quite cramped with a lot of people working in what is really a small area. When it comes to kitchen flooring, most commercial kitchens rely on tiles, and there’s a number of reasons for this.
Durable, water- and stain-resistant, anti-slip and easy to maintain are all important factors for commercial kitchens. It’s impossible to rank those factors in importance since a commercial kitchen relies on them to help keep everything running smoothly. Ceramic and poreclain floor tiles are popular because they do satisfy those requirements. Granite floor tiles also satisfy those requirements and is used in many commercial kitchens.
One of the benefits of ceramic and porcelain is that you know you’re going to find a floor tile that matches your kitchen. Many commercial kitchens also install ceramic tiles in the dining areas, again because they are easy to clean, are durable, and are water- and stain-resistant – and easy to coordinate with any interior design.
If you are considering a new floor for an existing commercial kitchen, or about to build a commercial kitchen, talk to a tile expert first. They can offer advice on the best types of tile to use in your commercial kitchen. They can also help you find the tiles that best suit your decor, offer advice on how to best install those tiles, and most importantly, advice on how to maintain your new commercial kitchen tile flooring to keep it functioning for many years to come.
The tile experts at Éco Dépôt will be only too happy to sit down and help you plan your commercial kitchen flooring. There is a huge range of floor tiles (and wall tiles) to choose from, including a full range of natural stone, ceramic and porcelain.