Choosing the right flooring for an office space is an important decision with a long-term impact. The ideal office flooring balances design with functionality, and meets many needs, including:
- Matching the company’s brand identity with an appealing aesthetic
- Staying within budget, accounting for installation as well as repair expenses
- Enduring normal wear and tear for the duration of its lifecycle
- Creating a comfortable and productive work environment for employees
It’s essential to work with a commercial flooring company with experience prioritizing these variables for the best results. Facility Flooring Services, a division of Rightsize, provides high-quality flooring for office, commercial, or retail spaces throughout the Midwest region.
Facility Flooring helps clients select and install the right flooring from a wide inventory of competitively priced products from respected manufacturers including:
Mannington, Amtico, J&J Invision, J&J Kinetix, Shaw Contract Group, and BOLYU. Clients can choose from carpet tile and broadloom, as well as hard surface flooring, such as vinyl composition tile (VCT), luxury vinyl tile (LVT) planks, wood, cork, and tile products.
Each office is different, and Facility Flooring experts partner with clients to determine which flooring will provide the best value and functionality over time. Some of the most popular office flooring options include:
Broadloom is a durable and affordable flooring choice. It’s available in a diverse range of colors and patterns, and it can be tailored to an office’s unique specifications. Many companies opt for broadloom because it gives a space a warm and inviting look, while providing necessary noise insulation for busy offices.
Carpet tile is an attractive alternative to broadloom; it has a similar welcoming aesthetic, and it has more flexibility than traditional wall-to-wall carpeting. Installation is straightforward, and repairs and replacements are easy and cost-effective (for example, changing out just one tile instead of an entire carpet).
Wood flooring never goes out of style; it’s a timeless choice for companies that value design and want to make a long-term investment. Wood floors are easy to clean, and with minimal maintenance, are able to keep their classic appeal for years to come.
Tile flooring comes in many different materials and styles – porcelain, marble, granite, metal, glass, and ceramic, to name a few. Tile is versatile, creating a variety of environments, from minimalist and clean, to contemporary and sophisticated. Tile is durable and easy to clean, with a long life expectancy.
Starting a flooring project? Learn more about commercial flooring options available through Rightsize.