Going For New Floors At The Office

January 22nd, 2016

There might come the dreaded day when the floor gives out beneath you, literally. So when this instance happens in a workplace environment you have no choice but to halt all work and redo the whole bottom of your workplace. So here are some tips for picking a brand new floor to make your workplace look extra professional after the break of work.
● Carpet tiles or actual carpet
Going for carpet is the best solution for many commercial type places as it reduces noise (shoe heels) and also insulates almost any type of noise in the office (Machines and appliances going haywire). But carpets are easy to get dirtied and stained so you will need to put a monthly reminder to get it dry-cleaned.
The alternative to this would be the carpet tile. Retail shop fit outs, usually recommend this to customers who want the carpet look but they always warn of the issue of noise if installing in a workplace. But the tile is cheaper and comes in many patterns and shapes so you can do a bit of great designing with the tiles.
● Modern vinyl
The newest trend is using vinyl flooring in the workplace as it is durable, looks great, resistant to most heavy things, stylish and comes in a plethora of designs for you to choose from (or have a hard time choosing from due to the sheer variety they come in). Vinyl is also easy to clean and hard to stain so you can put this in the break room and have no worries about coffee stains and taco sauce issues.
● Going for the rubber floors
Out of this list the easiest to maintain and also give insulation of some degree is the rubber flooring. Usually this type of flooring is uncommon but high traffic commercial workplaces use this on frequent basis as it is highly durable, sound insulating, comfortable to feet, easy to clean and hard to stain. You can have your own custom designs for rubber flooring as they retail shop fit outs services include custom printing of rubber floors for an office. Just give the specifications for the floor and they will make a printed floor for you.
If you are unsatisfied with these types of floors and want to go classic, then glass floors are the best for you. But these tend to come with a price tag with too many numbers, easy to break (so hard to maintain in proper condition) and are very susceptible for scratches and cracks. Wooden floors are of the same as they are also hard to maintain with their original quality due to scratching and dulling after a year or two.

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