There’s no doubt, business looks a little different this year. In fact, there are countless office buildings around town that have been virtually empty for months now. Thanks to modern technology, many businesses have been able to carry on as usual with employees working from home. While it may be hard to imagine going back to the office anytime soon. This is a great opportunity for companies to re-think their office space.
If you’re a business owner, now is the perfect time to redo the floors. Especially, if your team is working remotely during the pandemic. After all, with no one in the office, you won’t have to worry about disturbing your employees’ workflow or inconveniencing customers.
At McSwain Carpets & Floors, our commercial division specializes in offering unique flooring solutions for new commercial construction and the remodeling of existing commercial properties. We carry name brand flooring that is performance rated for commercial use.
Our mill-certified installation team uses the patented Levitate system, a piece of equipment specially designed to move modular workstations and office furniture, which allows us to work faster and more efficiently. So, you don’t need to worry about the project taking longer than expected or disrupting your business.
Choosing the Right Flooring
Selecting the right flooring for your office can be a challenge. After all, there is a lot of consideration, including budget (of course), maintenance needs, and durability. Depending on the nature of your business, you may also want to consider the noise level, as some flooring options are better at reducing noise than others. While this may sound like a lot to consider, don’t let yourself get too overwhelmed; our commercial division team is readily available to help you navigate the process from start to finish.
Flooring Options to Consider
Carpet is the perfect solution for those who are hoping to bring a level of comfort to the office space. Not only is carpet comfortable underfoot, but it’s also excellent at providing noise reduction. Plus, it’s relatively easy to care for and maintain.
Laminate can be designed to mimic the look of hardwood, tile, or stone while offering water resistance. Additionally, laminate has a thick surface layer that is formulated to reduce scratches and surface damage. With regular cleaning and maintenance, laminate is created to last.
Vinyl is a durable material that is perfect for high traffic areas. Additionally, it is scratch and stain resistant, so maintenance and care are minimal. Most importantly, it is slip-resistant.
No matter which material you choose, know that they each come in a wide variety of colors, styles, textures, and designs.
If you’re ready to redo the flooring at your office building, contact our commercial division today to get started.