Whenever your business is choosing commercial flooring, there are certain factors that will need to be considered. Whether you are refurbishing a retail outlet in Dartford, building a new gymnasium in Crayford or renovating a manufacturing facility in central London.
Choosing the type of flooring to install in your property will involve a number of key decisions. We are going to look at the most important of these and discuss how they may affect your decision.
If you would like to discuss your commercial flooring needs with an experienced professional, please call us on 00000000. In the meantime, we sincerely hope that the information in the section below will prove to be useful to you.
How to Choose the Perfect Commercial Flooring for Your Premises
When specifying flooring to be used in a new build or refurbishment project, consider the following factors carefully.
The amount of foot traffic estimated to pass over your flooring over the coming years is crucial in any decision. Traffic plays a major part in determining which materials are ideal for your project.
Refurbishing a luxury retail outlet, calls for a completely different ambience than renovating a warehouse canteen. This is something you need to bear in mind when choosing flooring for your premises. Marmoleum linoleum is a great option for commercial workspaces and is available in a wide range of finishes and colours. For a luxury retain outlet, Haru European oak engineered floorboards could be an excellent choice.
Whether you are near to our Crayford headquarters or on the other side of London, we will be more than happy to show you our selection of quality flooring and help you to choose the perfect product for your property.
Safety should always be at or near the top of your list of factors to consider when choosing new flooring. For example, a new gym for schoolchildren would call for a non-slip rubber floor with excellent shock absorbent properties. On the other hand, a manufacturing facility, would require industrial safety flooring that complies with the latest HSE regulations.
What you are prepared to pay for new flooring is something you should decide upon before approaching any supplier. Your budget may dictate which types of flooring you should be considering. For example, to minimise cost, engineered boards may be a better choice than wooden parquet flooring.
If you would further information on these and other factors which may affect your decision, please get in touch.
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