After months of being stuck inside, I think we’re all ready to get out and get back to business!
But is your business safe to reopen in the time of social distancing?
Many cities across the country are starting to loosen restrictions regarding dining out, as long as the restaurant takes the necessary steps to practice safe social distancing. For many, this means limiting capacity and keeping a minimum of 6 feet of distance between tables.
But how do you practically maintain 6 feet of space in a small or medium size restaurant?
Simple. INCREASE CAPACITY.
As the weather continues to heat up, let FloorEXP help bring your bar or restaurant outdoors with our simple and cost effective temporary flooring and fencing solutions!
CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR SOLUTIONS BELOW AND LET US KNOW HOW WE CAN HELP!
When looking for more outdoor space, many restaurants are limited to sidewalks and parking lots. Let’s be honest, who can really enjoy a meal or cocktail on blacktop?
One of the most cost effective ways to spruce up your parking lot or sidewalk is to dress it up!
Outdoor turf is a simple and cost effective way to change the aesthetic of your space, without breaking the bank. When you’re ready to move indoors again, easily roll up and dispose of the turf to get your parking lot back!
Bring some green space to your beer gardens, outdoor patio, lounge, or dining area!
Lightweight and portable, these fence panels are great for temporary dividers for outdoor dining solutions.
While traditional vinyl fencing needs to be secured into the ground and can take days to build properly, these panels can be placed in a matter of minutes with no tools or thinking required.
Fence panels are 42″ tall to comply with state liquor control board requirements to serve alcohol outdoors.
Looking to make your outdoor space really FEEL like the great outdoors?
Try Synthetic Grass to spruce up that parking lot. Ultra plush and comfortable underfoot, synthetic grass looks and feels like the real thing without all those inevitable grass stains on your shoes!
Layout some blankets and allow your guests the opportunity to hold their very own picnic.
Looking for a more industrial feel? Try some traditional bike rack barricades instead of white PVC fences.
These barricades are dual purpose — great for crowd control, and, as the name suggests, make for GREAT bicycle parking.
Since your parking lot is going to be full of patrons, you’ll likely not have a whole lot of room for parking.
So let your locals ride up and park their bikes outside without worry of getting stolen.
We all know that the social distancing rule of thumb is to maintain 6 feet.
But how are we really sure what 6 feet is?
Mark it on the floor!
Whether you need rugs, floor stickers, or are looking for unique and creative ways to mark out 6 feet, we’ve got you covered!
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