When you are in the process of constructing or renovating a commercial building, there are a lot of different factors that you have to consider. One of the finishing touches that you’ll have to select is the flooring. In today’s market, there are several different types of commercial flooring options that you can choose from.
Hardwood flooring can provide you with a classic or elegant look that will last for many years. Depending on what type of hardwood you get, you may even be able to sand and refinish it in a few years to give it a face lift. You can choose from hardwood flooring options that come in many different colors, finishes and textures, depending on your preference.
While every kind of carpet would not be appropriate for commercial uses, there are some great commercial carpets that can stand up to a lot of wear and tear. With commercial carpet, you’ll get a very low profile that looks and feels a little bit more comfortable underfoot. Commercial carpet is also one of the most economical choices that is available.
There are a number of different vinyl products in today’s flooring market that are really good for commercial use. For instance, you could get vinyl planks that look like hardwood, but offer a little different texture. You can also get vinyl tiles or vinyl sheets that look like tile, stone and almost any other type of flooring. Vinyl is a good option to consider because it is cheaper than most of the other flooring options and it looks very realistic.
Another option that you may want to consider for a commercial application is concrete. Concrete is obviously one of the most durable flooring choices that you could select for a commercial space. You can stain or finish the concrete and they even make stamps and other solutions to create designs in the floor.
Tile is one of the most elegant and durable flooring options that you could use in a commercial space. It does take a little longer to install because the mortar has to dry, but it gives you a very nice look.
If you are constructing a commercial building or if you are looking to update the look and feel of your office, store, restaurant, church or school, there are various circumstances to take into consideration. We can help you determine which type of flooring would be best for your business. Set up a consultation by calling us at 713.880.2882.