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April 2021 Update

February 27, 2024 • By AI Inc.

Contemporary businesses are more popular than ever before. One of the newest venues are breweries. The cool thing about breweries is they often move into larger existing buildings that look a little older but with some new flare to create quite the curb appeal. One of the ways Allegheny Installations brings value is by revamping the floor and bringing a fresh look by installing seamless floors to help with appeal, cleanliness, and ease of operation. Beer is very bad on concrete.

We have installed two floors at the Dancing Gnome in Sharpsburg, PA (conveniently located across the street from our business). One floor was in the brewery house part of the building and was approximately 3,300 square feet. The other room was in the Tap Room and was a decorative quartz. That room was approximately 3,100 square feet.

We also installed the brew house floor at the Mastic Trail Brewery in Glenshaw, PA. They wanted a urethane cement quartz floor. This project was roughly 500 square feet. Another brewery floor we installed was at the Spoonwood Brewing Co. in Bethel Park, PA. This project was roughly 2,000 square feet.

If you live in Pittsburgh, you have probably heard of or even visited Bakery Square. This area is unique because it turned the historic Nabisco Factory into the home of Google, many restaurants, apartments, hotels, fitness centers and other businesses. Allegheny Installations recently worked on a couple of projects in Bakery Square.

We recently removed the old wooden staircase and added new, more modern, concrete steps at Google.

We also recently finished a large kitchen at the Galley at Bakery Square. This project was roughly 2,000 square feet and was done in a gray solid color urethane cement. Not only is our flooring unique, the projects we work on are unique.