Hints & Tips
Whether you’re renovating your restaurant after a flood or giving your office an attractive new lease of life, you may be looking for new flooring for your premises.
With so many types of floors to choose from, deciding which is right for you can be a real challenge. Here are 4 questions to ask yourself before making the decision:
How much action will the flooring see?
Take a look at the room you wish to re-floor and consider how much traffic goes through it. If the room is used regularly, look for a type of flooring that’s durable and longlasting.
Quality flooring may initially seem expensive but it’s wise to consider it an investment. If it’s durable and has a long lifespan, it won’t need to be replaced for many years.
How easy will the floor be to clean?
Before making your decision, consider how easy the floor will be to maintain. By choosing something that’s easy to clean, you’ll save time and money.
If the room is used by children or pets, it may be worth avoiding light carpets and floors that show stains easily. Don’t forget to research the manufacturer’s maintenance recommendations to find out how much you’ll need to spend on upkeep.
How safe will the flooring be?
No matter what type of business you have, it’s important to take health and safety into account when making big changes to your premises. Flooring is no exception. Whether you’re managing a warehouse or a school sport’s hall, you’ll need to consider whether your new flooring will complement the room’s use and keep people safe.
How sustainable is the flooring?
If you’re passionate about sustainable or eco-friendly flooring, bamboo, cork or reclaimed wood may be worth considering. Not only are these options more environmentally friendly than traditional materials, they look great too.
Here at Wilmac, we’re experts when it comes to commercial flooring. No matter what industry you’re in, we can help you find the right flooring for you and your business. With our help, you can improve the appearance of your workplace and keep people safe while also saving time and money. To learn more about the commercial flooring options we have available, please get in touch with our team.