One of the first things people are going to notice about your business upon entering is your flooring. It’s the first to greet and the last to say goodbye as guests, as well as employees, make their way in and out of your business.
The environment of your business will tell people a lot of your company, so you want to provide a great first impression. Let’s take a look at some flooring ideas for your business that will provide a professional appeal, but also welcoming and comfortable.
Carpeting is a fan favorite in office environments, especially in businesses that require some type of noise insulation such as hotels and offices. Carpet tile is a great choice. Not only does it provide noise insulation, but it can create a great visual effect, especially within an office with an open floor plan.
Also keep in mind that carpet tile is easier to clean, as you can simply clean or replace a piece of the tile rather than the entire carpet.
Vinyl is also a huge hit in the office because of its long-lasting durability. If you’ve got a business that encounters heavy traffic on a daily basis, vinyl is a great option because it is very low-maintenance and cleaning is very easy. Similar to carpet tile, you select vinyl flooring with different patterns and colors to create an appealing pattern on your floor.
Vinyl also allows for the movement of heavy equipment. If you’re moving objects on wheels or perhaps dolly carts, vinyl is a great option.
Hardwood flooring isn’t going to be for everyone. If your business environment involves heavy moisture, spills or heavy traffic, hardwood might not be the best option. However, maybe you have a conference room that you want to really impress your guests with. Hardwood flooring will do just the trick. Its beauty and sophistication will grab the attention of your guests as soon as they walk in the room.
There’s many styles of flooring for the office environment. Before selecting your flooring, it’s best to think about the type of business you run, the type of traffic it encounters and what kind of budget you are working with. If you need some advice, we’d be more than happy to help. We are only a phone call away.