Commercial Flooring

Flooring Installation


 Commercial flooring differs significantly from residential flooring simply because of the amount of traffic and wear and tear it handles. 

Commercial hardwood flooring materials, installations, and finishes are different depending on your space—the floor required for a museum may be 100% different from that needed for a daycare facility.

So you must invest in the right commercial flooring for your commercial space to get the most out of your investment!  

When you consider the different types of flooring, the first thing to look at is the function of the space. How the area is mainly used determines the kind of flooring you require. 

Commercial grade floors are designed for the unique scenarios that commercial spaces face. Business owners choosing new flooring for their retail, commercial or industrial spaces need to make an intelligent investment that will continue to serve them for years to come. Commercial flooring differs significantly from residential flooring simply because of the amount of traffic and wear and tear it handles. 


Our team focuses on providing you with top-notch customer service from start to finish. Whether you have a simple or complex job, our installers are trained to work with you on the details of the project to ensure it goes smoothly.

We work with main street-size businesses in the local area to help provide and install commercial flooring. 

If you are a museum, retail store, restaurant, or a similar business, we’re happy to help! 

We take our time to learn more about your specific space

Important Factors to Consider

Selecting your flooring

When determining the commercial flooring types to use in a space, consider the following factors that are unique to this application:

  • Strength and durability: Commercial spaces typically carry much more weight than the average home flooring. In a commercial building, there are many more pairs of feet coming and going — from employees to customers to suppliers, the traffic doesn’t end on any given business day. Additionally, commercial flooring will have more heavy objects applied to it, such as business equipment and office furniture. Therefore, the flooring designed for a commercial space is meant to be strong enough to endure this long-term wear-and-tear.
  • Cleaning and maintenance: Commercial flooring also needs to withstand frequent cleanings often with harsh industrial products — especially in industries like restaurants and food service or healthcare. Some types of flooring, such as wood or tile, won’t hold up as well after years of daily scrubbings. Synthetic flooring designed for commercial purposes can be cleaned repeatedly without wearing out or becoming damaged.
  • Special requirements: Commercial spaces also have unique considerations that commercial flooring can address. Many commercial spaces require sound-proofing, which specialized rubber or synthetic commercial flooring can provide. Additionally, commercial flooring is resistant to moisture, preventing rotting and bubbling in the flooring.

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