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Commercial Flooring Installation In Westford, MA

Commercial flooring has to be carefully chosen to withstand the significant foot traffic – and everything else that happens on the floors. Today’s business owners have more options than ever before in order to enhance aesthetics and choose flooring that is capable of lasting for years.

Exploring the top categories will help you to make an effective choice for your commercial space.

Carpet

Carpeting continues to be one of the top choices inside the workplace. It offers warmth to the space as well as comfort to everyone who is walking on it. With so many different choices when it comes to color, texture, and style, you can find a carpet that is durable enough to withstand the kind of traffic you have going on.

Our flooring professionals will help you to choose a carpet that can hold up against excessive foot traffic, stains, and much more.

Carpeting your space is one of the most budget-conscious choices that you can make. That being said, it’s critical that you look at how the carpet is capable of holding up based on all that happens within your space. Our goal is to make sure that the carpet looks great year after year so that you make a worthwhile investment.

Cork

Cork offers a luxurious aesthetic that can be installed in many industries. Natural wood has been used for centuries, though it has recently gained popularity because it is an eco-friendly choice.

The long-lasting flooring absorbs well, and this is the case for both footsteps and sound. People can walk across the floor without making a racket, which may be particularly of interest to you based on the kind of business that you conduct within the space.

One of the reasons that businesses love cork flooring so much is because it is available in an array of colors and shades. It allows you to have a beautiful texture, too, which can welcome guests into your space. Additionally, the flooring can be cost-effective and durable, allowing you to enjoy the high-performing natural flooring for many years to come.

Laminate

Laminate is not the same as it was several decades ago. When we talk about laminate for commercial spaces, we’re not talking about the plasticky feel that was applied with a peel and stick method. Our commercial laminate flooring offers several aesthetics that you can choose from. Whether you want the flooring to look like wood, tile, or even marble, we can show you the laminate that will meet your aesthetic needs.

Commercial laminate flooring can be considerably more affordable than hardwood – and it offers the longer lifespan that you need, too. It is capable of holding up against high-traffic areas, making it popular in showrooms, restaurants, and offices.

Particularly when you’re changing out the flooring across a significant amount of space, you want to consider flooring that is both affordable and can offer a quick turnaround. The installation of laminate is simple, allowing you to get the makeover that you need without considerable downtime.

Porcelain & Ceramic Tile

One of the easiest to clean options that you have for your commercial space is tile. Both porcelain and ceramic tile are versatile – and highly resilient to a significant amount of traffic. Another benefit is that it can hold up in the wettest of spaces, including bathrooms, kitchens, and entryways.

Commercial tile allows you to have full control over the aesthetic of your space. You can choose between such things as textures, polished patterns, and decorative stone. Even the size of the tile and the color of the grout can be controlled so that you have a beautiful space to show off.

You can maintain the look of tile for years by learning to get rid of the dirt and grit that accumulates on the surface of the tile and within the grout. If a tile chips, it’s an easy replacement without having to replace the entire flooring. Plus, you don’t have to worry about staining.

Resilient Vinyl Flooring

Resilient vinyl flooring is another option that you have. This has become a popular commercial flooring choice in high traffic areas, ranging from break rooms to cafeterias. If there’s water spilled, the flooring can stand up without leading to long-term damage – and if moisture has been a problem for you in the past, you need flooring that has a reputation for being resistant to moisture penetration.

This flooring is fabricated artificially, which offers the benefit of countless options. Choose the colors and textures that you want. The vinyl can be cut in planks or tiles, offering you plenty of installation and aesthetic options.

You can have flooring that looks like stone, hardwood, or tile without spending the money on those flooring types. Resilient vinyl flooring allows you to have the appearance of premium flooring without the added cost. And, it’s easy to install, easy to clean, and easy to replace.