When buying or renting a place for business, you seldom begin with the flooring you need to do business. Or maybe you’ve been in business years and your floors are a wreck? At some point, any business with need new a commercial floor covering. So what options will work best for you? Here are 4 materials that can serve you & your business well.
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Modular Carpet Tiles
If you want the ambiance of soft flooring, without the worries of carpet stains, this is your top pick. Modular carpet tiles can be removed when damaged or stained, and simply replaced in any number and configuration, leaving in place all unaffected tiles. The system means you can continually have fresh, clean looking carpet wall to wall, years and years after initial install. This is perfect for boutique shops, hotel lounges, waiting rooms, and more.
Laminate Wood Flooring
The wood in laminate commercial flooring is composite wood with an overlaying hardwood image. Laminate commercial flooring can also be commonly found in LEED-certified buildings, because it has low emissions. The low cost of laminate wood flooring is a major bonus, and the main drawback is that repairing it is not as convenient is it can be with other types of flooring. But repair is possible.
Engineered hardwood flooring is a real hardwood floor, but with technology behind it. The wood surface is thinner that with traditional solid wood floors, backed by quality other materials designed to handle moisture better than solid wood floors do. It’s also more convenient to install, and lower priced that solid hardwood floors. But just as beautiful.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
If you want the look of a tile floor, but you want one that’s ready to handle the demands of a commercial environment without busting the bank, luxury vinyl tile is your new best friend. Considerably more affordable and less delicate than ceramic tiles, waterproof core luxury vinyl tiles are hardworking and aesthetically pleasing. Not just for home use, this commercial floor covering can serve reliably in hectic commercial kitchens, busy restaurants, and more.