Let us consult with you on picking the right materials for your commercial flooring needs. This article will provide you with some breakdown of various materials and their pros and cons. Your business needs should be a top determinant of what material you use, and we can answer any questions you have.
Style and Purpose
A move to a new space or rebranding an existing business are both big business decisions. The way you present yourself to not only your customers but your staff as well will leave a lasting impression on the company. It doesn’t matter how great your products and services are, if your business’s space doesn’t reflect your company’s values. Flooring is more complex than a fresh coat of paint and is a potentially significant investment.
When it comes to impressing your clients, the right flooring can make all the difference.
Besides the purpose of the flooring area, consider how much foot traffic and wear medical buildings receive from medical equipment. A law firm will have different needs from a medical building.
In retail, companies adhere to their branding standards and corporate identity. While you may not be a franchise owner, you can take these concepts into account for the vision of your company. Some high-end stores with a fashion focus may need hardwood floors to present a sophisticated aesthetic. Other storefronts with budget restrictions may choose vinyl and carpet. Carpet tile is another popular choice for workspaces that need a softer style.
Industrial Commercial Properties
A commercial or industrial property’s floor takes a lot of abuse, especially if a restaurant or manufacturing facility uses caustic chemicals. Your choice of flooring materials has a big influence on its safety, cleanliness, and durability.
Standing for long periods in a tiled floor can be uncomfortable for employees or customers. Opt for an aesthetic choice that fit your business’ needs.
Subfloor and Construction Requirements
There are differences not only for installation considerations, but also materials choice for subfloors made of concrete or plywood. Surfaces above and below grade as well as climate exposure all contribute to which insulated subfloor is most suitable.
We specialize in installing commercial floors that meet your company’s needs.
Our company understands the importance of meeting timelines as well. Your business needs to be running and we’ll keep you updated every step of the way.