Jun 15, 2023 | Carpet One Floor & Home
Commercial flooring is an excellent option for a variety of businesses and even busy homes. Whether you’re looking to install new flooring in a restaurant, office space, waiting room, spa, or your own home full of messy spills, there’s likely a commercial flooring option out there designed for you.
Not only can you find commercial flooring in a wide range of options, but there's a ton of styles available to suit any space. From ultra-modern looks to traditional, vintage, simplistic, and everything in between, commercial flooring options vary in appearance, function, and durability. But which one is the best option for your busy space?
We’re dedicated to providing you with design inspiration to help you narrow down the broad range of commercial flooring products available today so you can find the right floor to meet your demands. You might just find one you love!
Floor: Design Art by Emser®
Tile is one of the top choices because of its performance, incredible durability, sleek appearance, and long-lasting nature. Not only that, but most tile is water-resistant and easy to maintain. These features make it perfect for spaces where spills and other moisture-prone accidents are likely to occur, such as restaurants, kitchens, dining areas, entryways, and other business spaces.
Plus, not only are the features impressive, but the number of tile styles available can’t be beaten. There’s large format commercial tile, gorgeous backsplash mosaics, and more! You’re sure to find something perfect when choosing tile for commercial flooring systems.
Wall tile: Hangar Sand by Emser®
One way you can use tile to accentuate and elevate commercial spaces is by installing it on walls. This not only heightens the room and draws the eye upward, but it also protects walls from spills and stains, making them slip-resistant, plus quick and easy to clean. Because tile is low maintenance, you can easily wipe walls down when needed.
Floor: Citizen Public by Emser®
Floor tiles are another unique option as they can be found in so many sizes, shapes, styles, and materials. Just like wall tiles, commercial floor tiles are easy to maintain and keep clean, provide a refined look, and can be adjusted to create a number of design styles depending on the look you want to create.
Floor: Separation in Detour by Core Elements
Vinyl flooring is a popular choice for busy homes because of its incredible durability, stunning wood looks that resemble hardwood floors, and easy cleaning, maintenance, and installation. All of these advantages also provide a great option for commercial business flooring projects. High-traffic areas like those found in commercial spaces typically see heavy wear and tear, dirt, cracks, or other damage.
Floor: Coretec ProPlus Enhanced Luxury Vinyl in Rocca Oak
High-quality commercial vinyl flooring can handle the daily foot traffic and possible mishaps that can occur, which is why it’s becoming such a popular option so quickly. Plus it provides life-long ease of maintenance. Additionally, the wood-look floors and other product looks available in commercial vinyl flooring provide customers with commercial spaces a charming, professional look that is adaptable to almost any budget and style.
Floor: Promoter in Booster by Core Elements
Tried and true, commercial carpet tiles have been around for many years and continue to be a top choice for a few different reasons. Easy to maintain, versatile, resilient, plus quick and simple to replace, there’s simply nothing like commercial carpet tiles.
Also available in tons of patterns, colours, and styles, you can find commercial carpet tiles that offer the look you’re aiming for in your commercial business environment. Plus, with heavily patterned carpets and deep, dark colours, it’s easy to hide food and drink spills and dirt, making them an ideal option for all kinds of commercial spaces.
Floor: Design Medley by Core Elements
Are you looking for commercial flooring solutions for your business, commercial space, or your busy home? If so, contact your local Carpet One Floor & Home to find out and learn more about commercial flooring options that are available near you. Or, check out our blog to see more flooring inspiration, design advice, installation, and other tips that might be helpful to you!