Running a business keeps a lot on your mind. Spend more time on big issues by picking a floor that needs little care. If your commercial flooring is less than perfect, Hadinger Flooring can help. Start by talking with a consultant about the best material for your store. Once you pick a type, we'll handle commercial flooring installation too. You can get back to the other challenges of keeping your business afloat without a big delay. We have helped business owners across Naples and Fort Myers for years.
Picking the Right Flooring to be Installed
Consider the demands of your business when choosing flooring. Common factors include:
- Traffic levels- Lots of foot traffic means you need a durable material.
- Cleaning and maintenance-You don't want your employees to spend all day keeping the floors clean. Some flooring requires buffing and sealing on a regular basis too.
- Cost- Don't forget your budget. Beyond the initial cost of the flooring, consider the ongoing costs. Maintenance and cleaning fees really add up over the years.
- Installation- Some flooring only takes a day or two to install, while other types need a week or more for adhesives to dry and waxes to set. Check into the time frame on installation to see if the downtime is acceptable to you and your business.
Your Options for Commercial Floor Installation
At Hadinger Flooring, we stock all the major types of flooring. Choose from great commercial options like:
- Hardwood-Tough hardwood and laminate planks handle a lot of traffic when they're sealed. However, they still don't offer the durability of tile and vinyl. The classy look they provide is ideal for offices and high end restaurants. Installation for this type of flooring is fast and simple.
- Vinyl-This category includes vinyl composition tiles and sheet material. Both handle high traffic levels well. Maintenance is minimal and clean up is easy. It's possible to stain and dent vinyl. Unlike wood, you can't just buff out a set-in stain. This is a budget friendly option for all kinds of businesses. Installation begins with a layer of heavy duty adhesive. Our professional installers carefully lay out the material to install it without a single crease or bubble that could ruin the look.
- Rubber- For the toughest floor, pick rubber. It resists spills and heat while looking great. With low maintenance requirements, it is a good alternative to tile. It takes a little longer to install than other materials, but it's worth the extra effort because of its durability.
- Carpet- This classic material is still popular today. With brands like Crimson Carpet, stain resistance is improved and cleaning is easier than ever. Pick this material if sound insulation matters most. Carpet installation is best handled by the professionals because the subfloor and pad need to be perfect before the carpet is rolled out over it.