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When you look into new flooring for your commercial needs, there are a variety of things to keep in mind. You’ll want aesthetics and functionality to be at the top of the list along with cost and practicality. The flooring styles change rapidly and since you aren’t likely in the market for commercial flooring regularly, you might not be able to keep up with the trends. The flooring company you choose for the project, however, does keep up with those trends and they can give you the advice you need to get the look and feel you want that is both on trend and something that won’t go out of style rapidly. Here are some tips to help you get what you need.
Traditional square tiles have been all the rage in the commercial flooring market in recent years, but now, they are being replaced with rectangular tiles. There are also some flooring patterns that work well with hexagon tiles as well. Even just a small change in shape can make a big difference in the overall look of the commercial flooring.
Hardwood flooring is as hot as ever and continues to drive the commercial flooring market trends to new levels. But there are also options that give businesses the look of hardwood without the maintenance. Wood-like flooring comes in laminate, vinyl, and porcelain, among others. If the business sees a lot of moisture through foot traffic or for other reasons, flooring materials that look like wood, but are actually made from some of these other choices, are the better option.
The environment is one of the driving forces behind the trends in the commercial flooring industry today. There’s a huge demand for environmentally-friendly products for business floors. Business owners know their customers notice a commitment to the environment and that goes all the way into the flooring. Some of the popular options for sustainable flooring include green commercial carpet, bamboo flooring and cork flooring.
While no business is going to want their flooring patterns to be too loud, there are soft patterns that can amp up the style and still allow work to get done with ease. Some commercial flooring patterns include mixing a few dark tiles in at certain intervals within a mostly light-colored floor, using different shaped tiles (like squares along with rectangles) and other unique ideas for patterns that make the flooring stand out.
The experts at Duncan Flooring keep up with the style trends within the commercial flooring market so you don’t have to. All you need to do is ask the professionals for advice and you’ll have the information you need to make the right decisions. When your flooring is starting to look worn, check out the options and consider price, style, functionality, and many other things. But also keep the current trends in mind to give your commercial flooring a fresh look.