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Commercial Flooring Installation In Westford, MA

If you are finishing a new building or renovating an existing one, eventually the need for replacing the flooring will come into play. Folks often find the process a bit bewildering with the number of choices, factors, issues, and decisions involved, which are usually compounded by not knowing ahead of time what needs to be researched. Every building or facility is different, and how the structure will be used can impact the choices available on a practical level. Understanding how to plan for these commercial flooring decision points makes the process a lot easier overall.

The key factors to watch out for are as follows:

  • Focus on Durability – Commercial spaces have a far heavier traffic, weight pressure and movement than residential flooring. As a result, the construction of commercial flooring is very different. The soft, cushy feel one has with resident carpeting for example won’t happen in a commercial environment because it would get torn up very quickly moving furniture or similar. What is place in a commercial facility needs to be able to take a beating and last for years without showing any deterioration.
  • Easy to Clean – Because there will be so much daily traffic, the cleaning aspect of commercial flooring needs to be able to both 1) resist staining and spills as well as 2) be easy to clean and remove dirt from it. Some residential style flooring tends to be far more absorbent which is the tradeoff for cushioning. With commercial flooring a greater use of synthetic fabric is applied, which is far easier to clean as dirt and liquid don’t absorb into the fibers.
  • Noise Reduction – With multi-floor applications, soundproofing can be a necessary requirement so people can work without distraction from above. This involves using specialized subflooring designed for commercial application and matched to commercial carpeting or flooring. It also helps with eliminating application problems such as moisture entrapment that leads to material rot and bubbles.

Compared to residential flooring, there are key aspects of commercial flooring that are a must in a business facility or workspace. S and R Carpet and Floors can help you match the right flooring type to your building and needs so that the installation works right the first time, not the fifth repair or similar. Let our experts help you choose and install the best selection for your project, which will help you save money and time, as well as produce a high-quality commercial flooring for your building and people.