Commercial Hard Surface Flooring

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How many times a day to you take notice of the floor where you work? We’re going to guess that it isn’t that often. Still, the kind of flooring you have installed in your commercial building can have a substantial effect on other aspects of your work. Nobody likes to work in an office with an ugly floor, especially not one that actually hinders work flow by not being up to the task. You should make sure that the floor type you have installed on your property meets both practical and aesthetic needs. If you need to have new hard surface flooring installed, but you’re still not certain what kind would serve your needs best, read on for some ideas.

Types of Commercial Hard Surface Flooring

There are quite a few different kinds of hard surface flooring options available on the market. Whether you’re working in a marketing agency or a manufacturing plant, there are plenty of types and styles to choose from. Some of the commercial hard surface options we recommend include:

  • LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank): Luxury vinyl plank is a popular alternative to hardwood flooring, which is more expensive. LVP allows you to affordably give your commercial property a rustic, distinguished look. LVP can also stand up to high traffic well, which is a necessity in many commercial settings.
  • VCT (Vinyl Composition Tile):  Another very popular flooring type in commercial buildings, VCT is a tile comprised of a blend of pigments, binder, filler, and a variety of other materials. It can come in any color you want, and is quite durable. A great option for areas that are expected to see a lot of wear and tear.
  • SVT (Solid Vinyl Tile): SVT is the sturdiest type of vinyl tile, offering the highest durability and lowest maintenance requirements. This is the kind of thing you probably want on a factory floor, or other areas that receive high traffic beyond foot travel. We install both non-static and regular varieties.
  • Hardwood: Sometimes, you just can’t beat the look and feel of real wood under your feet. If you want to go with classic hardwood for the floor in your commercial building, we can offer you a wide variety of options. Hardwood is ideal for offices, and other areas that receive lighter traffic.

Trust Regal with Your Commercial Hard Surface Flooring

No matter what type of commercial hard surface flooring you end up going with for your property, Regal Commercial Services can install it for you. Our experts have years of professional flooring installation experience under their belts. When you contract with us for your flooring needs, you can rest assured that the job will be done right. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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