Best Trends in Commercial Flooring

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Your choice of flooring will have a massive impact on the look and feel of your space. With commercial floors, you need a material that not only makes your space appealing but is capable of handling high traffic, heavy weights or other forms of abuse. If your flooring can’t withstand your facility’s daily capacity, then you’ll be forced to install new flooring after a few years. As a result, you’ll be losing a lot of time, money and resources. Keeping in mind recent trends, here are the top materials you should look at while shopping for your commercial facilities:

Concrete

Concrete is one of the most durable flooring options. Because it’s so durable, it is often used in restaurants, pubs and even warehouses. Plus, they are versatile, economical, easy to clean and maintain and lasts for a very long time. Concrete floors can also be stained or painted, so it doesn’t end up cold or “prison-like.”

To make the most out of your concrete flooring, we recommend that you apply a concrete sealant over it. The sealant will protect your floor against discoloration, stain, oil, and dirt. Plus, it will also

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guard the floor against wear and abrasion.

Wood

Hardwood flooring is the surface of choice in many offices, hospitals, museums, hotels and other commercial establishments that cater to thousands and thousands of people on a daily basis. Wood flooring is durable enough to withstand your business’ heavy foot traffic. When properly cared for and maintained, wood flooring can last for several decades as commercial flooring. Plus, it has that classic look that never goes out of style.

Luxury vinyl tile

Vinyl is not only a popular option in residential homes; it is also great for commercial flooring. It is durable, low maintenance, water resistant and affordable. What’s nice about this flooring option is that it comes in a wide variety of colors, textures, and styles. Some may even mimic the look of stone or wood. This is why vinyl is an excellent option for those who are looking to install stone or wood floors in their office or studios but are on a tight budget. Since vinyl is water resistant, it is often installed in the kitchen or bathroom.

There are different kinds of vinyl flooring. Some are sold at a more affordable price; while others are a bit expensive. If you are want something that is more durable, then go for luxury vinyl tiles. You get what you pay for when it comes to flooring. You can’t expect your commercial flooring to stand up to high-traffic if you aren’t willing to invest on a good quality vinyl.

So whether you’re a restaurant owner, a realtor, property manager, whatever – we can get you the right flooring for your business goals.

Sources:

  • https://www.thespruce.com/commercial-vinyl-flooring-1314658
  • https://www.bdcnetwork.com/emerging-trends-commercial-flooring
  • https://www.designboom.com/architecture/top-10-restaurant-interiors-2016-12-21-2016/
  • http://freshome.com/2013/08/20/the-11-fastest-growing-trends-in-hotel-interior-design/
  • https://www.homedit.com/19-artists-studios-and-workspace-interior-design-ideas/
  • https://www.pinterest.com/denverflooring/commercial-flooring-restuarants/

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