We have established the reputation of our business by ensuring every project is completed on schedule and on budget, as the repeat orders from our satisfied customers demonstrate.
A long standing customer of Kemtile returns for another reliable, long lasting ceramic floor. Just like the last one Kemtile supplied!
This well established meat processing company required the installation of flooring to a very high standard at their new slaughter-house facility.
Camden Town Brewery required the installation of a durable, slip and chemical resistant flooring solution with first-class drainage capabilities at its new production plant.
Rhokett's new flooring system had to provide maximum durability, slip resistance, performance and longevity.
Kemtile installed its class-leading Kagetec tiled flooring system for The Blue Sea Food Company in Paignton, Devon.
Grassroots Foods flooring system had to support the most stringent food hygiene standards including BRC Standards in food safety, as well as looking impressive to current and prospective customers.
BPUK required a specific tiled flooring solution that was in keeping with the floors installed in their other plants located throughout France and Spain as well as America - specifically in terms of tile design and colour and most importantly service life.
Kemtile has further strengthened its Dairy sector credentials with the installation of its unique Kagetec ceramic floor tiling system at AJ&RG Barber Ltd cheese producers in Somerset.
Throughout the new dairy Kemtile laid BASF Mastertop heavy duty polyurethane flooring in yellow, installed all the skirtings and put in Wiedemann drainage systems.
KP Snacksnut processing and packing facility covers 8,500 square metres and produces all of KP’s volume of nuts and nut snacks.
Cloudwater Brew co-founders Paul Jones and James Campbell required a significant amount of flooring work and associated drainage to be carried out.
Wrights Pies, a manufacturer of baked goods and confectionery, required a new state-of-the-art floor at its site in Crewe.
Throughout the craft bakery and into the new extension Kemtile installed BASF Mastertop heavy duty polyurethane flooring in yellow and green.
Kemtile was asked to recommend suitable flooring solutions taking into consideration hygiene, cleanability and non-slip requirements.
When GCL Food Ingredients decided to build a new pasta and meat processing plant at its Nottingham-facility, Kemtile was asked to provide a flooring specification that would conform with to their requirements and be in keeping with their existing floors in terms of surface texture and colour.
AAK requested a tiled floor finish suitable for food production. The new 700m2 floor had to include new stainless steel drainage channels and stainless steel kerbing.
As installers of hygienic flooring solutions to food and drink processing and packaging companies, Kemtile has further strengthened its dairy industry credentials with the installation of a BASF heavy duty polyurethane floor in the new Colston Bassett Dairy extension in Leicestershire.