Floor Coverings for Commercial Use

Great floor covering options for your business

Flooring may not be the top aspect people consider when designing a new commercial space, but it is actually quite an essential design element to consider. Attractive, durable flooring is essential for establishing and sustaining a professional environment. Below are a few options you may want to consider when designing or redesigning your business.

Carpet Tile

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Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel — Murphy, N.C.

Carpet is a great commercial flooring selection, mainly because of the noise insulation it provides. It can also help to soften a room, giving it a warmer and more inviting feel. Many businesses worry about being able to maintain and keep carpet clean due to spills that cause stains. Carpet tiles offer the flexibility of replacing one tile at a time in case of a stain or tear.

Rubber

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Chico’s — Winder, Ga.

Rubber flooring is perfect for the office as it is both durable and sustainable, which makes it an excellent choice for high-traffic areas. Rubber flooring provides a high level of walking comfort and doesn’t strain joints as much as a harder surface might. In addition, rubber flooring is extremely resistant to stains and easy to clean and maintain.

Hardwood

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Crate & Barrel — Alpharetta, Ga.

Hardwood flooring is not only aesthetically pleasing, but durable as well. It is a great long-term flooring option that will give your business a classic and professional look. Hardwood floors are also easy to clean and maintain. They are not naturally resistant to moisture, but pre-finished hardwood options seal out any moisture, allowing your floors to last for years.

There are many other options, but these are our favorites. Our commercial division would be happy to discuss the various other options we have available. Our very own commercial floors can be found all over the nation in government, higher education, health care, multi-family, hospitality, and many other types of buildings. Visit our Commercial Flooring division website here: www.dcocf.com

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