When choosing commercial flooring, you can create a fun and inspirational space for both employees and customers, while blending in practicality for easy maintenance and long wear. Choosing the right commercial flooring depends on a variety of things, including your budget, foot traffic, tastes, care and maintenance requirements.
A medical office will have different needs than a CPA; a retail store will have different requirements than a CEO in a penthouse suite. The most important place to start is by considering how much wear and tear your floors will get every day, then choose from there. With so many styles and options available, there is a perfect choice for every situation.
Carpet or Carpet Tile
Do you need commercial flooring that will provide noise and sound insulation, with an overall softness to walk on? Do you want warm ambiance throughout? Carpeting may be the perfect choice. Carpet or carpet tile is the perfect choice for keeping a low profile and allowing sound to not carry throughout large, open spaces. It’s the perfect choice for hotel meeting rooms, offices and more. Remember that carpet can get stained and may require more maintenance over time. Installing carpet tiles give you flexibility to change out individual tiles on an as needed basis.
Vinyl or Vinyl Tile
Vinyl flooring is durable, resilient, low maintenance, and always at the top of the list when it comes to creating good looking floors. Vinyl flooring offers long lasting performance, making it the perfect choice for high traffic locations, such as hospitals, retail stores, or large open spaces in offices or buildings. When properly installed by professionals, vinyl flooring is resilient and will withstand high levels of wear and tear, dents and scratches. And with vinyl tiles, you can create unique looks that help you create the perfect atmosphere for your business.
Wood floors provide a timeless, classic look with great aesthetic appeal. Wood floors never go out of style. And with today’s options, you can have any look you desire, from country charm, to elegant sophistication. Keep in mind foot traffic when making final selections. There are many options for installing wood, including hardwood, laminate and engineered. Talk with a flooring consultant to help you choose the right flooring option for your needs.