Hard Wearing Flooring for Business


When it comes to choosing the right flooring for your business, there are a number of great options available to you. It is important to choose the right type of flooring and in a large commercial building several different types of flooring may need to be considered.

Carpet tiles for business provide a good alternative to sheet carpeting and are a popular option for schools and offices. They provide many design options and can be fitted to the most awkward of spaces minimising waste. They also come with an additional cost saving as they do not require underlay. If by any chance a tile is damaged it can be quickly and easily replaced with minimal disruption and effort.

When it comes to other business flooring supplies, it is worth thinking about how you will finish your new flooring. For carpet flooring grippers and edge thresholds provide a professional, neat and safe finish minimising any trip hazards. For PVC flooring in an area that is required to be mopped regularly, the cove former will be the ideal finish for the raw edge of the flooring as it is fitted up the wall to form a skirting and protects the weakest point of the floor coverings.

There are a multitude of other floor coverings that can be considered for business use. Carpet sheet has the benefit of being hardwearing and cost effective whilst minimising joints and seams. Luxury vinyl tiles are the creme de la creme of the flooring world providing endless design options and looks from wood to slate effect and everything in between. They come in tile and plank form and some variants include a mixture of sizes which will provide a unique random pattern layout.

For areas where water is used then it is important to make note of health and safety legislation. Slip resistant safety vinyl would be recommended particularly in places such as wet rooms, care homes and leisure centres to name a few.

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