With another winter almost behind us, perhaps your company’s flooring is looking a little beat up. Between salt, snow and water, floors can take a beating during the winter months.
So if your business is thinking about purchasing some new flooring, take a look at the following commercial floor options we recommend.
Carpet is a popular choice for those businesses that require some type of noise insulation, particularly in hotels and offices. No one wants to hear the sound of constant traffic coming in and out of a business, so carpet does a nice job of absorbing some of that noise.
In areas with heavy traffic, it’s best to select a carpet that is more durable and stain resistant. And as always, be sure to select a design that works well with the color palettes within your office. Remember, the carpeting is what your employees see every day and your clients will notice as soon as they enter the building.
Vinyl is another great option for areas of heavy traffic due to its resistance to dents, scratches and stains. It’s also great if your have to roll heavy equipment around the office as the floor is durable but also allows for easy movement of heavy objects.
Vinyl can also come in a variety of styles and colors to ensure a stylish environment within your building.
If you really want to turn some heads, hardwood is the way to go. With it’s elegance and style of sophistication, hardwood can elevate your office environment to one of the best.
Keep in mind, however, that wood floors can become scratched and damaged by moisture, but by selecting a hardwood with a strong finish, you can help ensure its longevity. If you’re considering hardwood flooring for your business, please give us a call so we can discuss your office environment and decide whether or not hardwood flooring would withstand the daily conditions.
When it comes to deciding on commercial flooring for your business, it’s best to picture your businesses’ daily environment and go from there. Is there heavy traffic? Will you be moving around heavy equipment? Will it have to endure scratching and moisture?
It’s important to select the correct flooring, otherwise, your flooring may not last long even if you keep up on care and maintenance. So give us a call. We would love to help you select the perfect flooring for your business.