Commercial flooring is heavy duty floor covering that is used in industrial and corporate environments. It comes in a variety of materials and is usually designed to offer some combination of durability, cost-efficiency, practical maintainability, and visual appeal. Common types of commercial flooring include laminates and vinyl.
Laminate and vinyl flooring, such as vinyl composition tile (VCT) and linoleum, are some of the most popular types of commercial flooring. They are durable, stain resistant, and low-maintenance. They are also cost effective and attractive, making them popular in the retail sector. They come in an expansive array of colors and patterns and can be designed to replicate the look of tile or hardwood at an affordable cost.
Safety in Mind
In the world of commercial flooring Safety is always at the forefront of our minds, however you may be unsure as to what is the best flooring for your specific requirements, there are many factors which have to be taken into account. We at McCarter Carpets can take away all the stress and strain of researching what floor would be best as our team will be able to tailor a flooring package which exactly suits your needs.
Altro, Whiterock & Polyflor
Altro & Polyflor are modern slip-resistant safety flooring solutions, meeting the highest standards of safety and hygiene.
- Slip-resistant, even when wet, throughout lifetime of floor
- Impervious surface, grout-free
- Coves to wall joints for rounded corners
- Resilient surface, comfortable underfoot, contributes to reduced ambient noise levels
- Homogeneous and heterogeneous options available in high quality PVC, which have aggregates throughout the wear layer of the floor, to guarantee long-lasting performance
- Heavy duty flooring solutions for the toughest environments without compromising on safety and hygiene
Karndean- Vinyl Flooring for Commercial Areas
Karndean Designflooring that is rated for Commercial areas of application is suitable for:
- Moderate use in hotels, bedrooms, conference rooms and small offices
- General use in classrooms, small offices, hotels and boutiques
- Heavy use in corridors, department stores, lobbies, schools and open plan offices
- Very heavy use in multi-purpose halls, counter halls and department stores