Choosing the Right Flooring for Your Commercial Space
What goes to a property’s flooring contributes to a company’s branding, While there are many products offered in the market today, it is best to choose the style that best fits your client’s culture, intention, and style.
We have listed the most common flooring types that can cater to your customer’s specific needs.
Gone are the days when builders use regular tiles in commercial areas. Today, treated wood flooring is used to convey stability, tenure, and sense of tradition in clients. Many variations in grain pattern, tone, and texture are available today that give that rustic, warm appeal in any office space.
These highly dense fiber-filled boards are mostly able to resist impacts, stains, and abrasions in moderate foot traffic areas. Many of these products are made to look like hardwood and bamboo floor finishes. Apart from this, laminate floorings are eco-friendly, mostly made of recycled material.
With its impact resistant and noise cancellation properties, carpets are suitable for low foot-traffic commercial areas. Using squares or modular carpets over rolls or broadlooms are better when considering worn or stained spot replacements.
Some advantages of this product are comfortable and soft to step on, easy to maintain, has noise cancellation properties, and resistant to stain. This type of flooring is suitable for game rooms as it’s nonslip surface and texture compliments activities of building occupants.
We recommend tiles as the best flooring material to handle high foot traffic spaces. These are resistant to stains, very easy to clean, and good at keeping the area cool. While not resistant to heavy impact, tiles can withstand light impact. Replacement tiles though can be troublesome to fix as this requires cement, sealant, and grout.
Knowing the functions of these floor types can help a lot in making well-informed decisions on the general aesthetics and features of an infrastructure. Pick well.