Top Flooring Options for Homes, Businesses, and Rentals and More

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Top Flooring Options for Homes, Businesses, and Rentals and More

Are you choosing flooring for your home, your business, your investment property, or anywhere else? Then, let me help. Hello, my name is Sarah. In this blog, I'm going to cover everything from refinishing old wooden floors, to importing rugs, to choosing the most comfortable carpet pad, to selecting colors that make your rooms look perfect. I'm not a flooring professional, but I have installed my fair share of floors. I also love design, and in addition to redecorating my own home, I've helped a lot of friends with their homes and renal properties. As the previous owner of a boutique, I also get how important flooring can be for reflecting your brand and creating the right vibe. Check out my posts -- I hope you enjoy them. Thanks.



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3 Things To Consider When Purchasing Commercial Carpet

Making the choice to remodel your commercial space can be a great way to refresh the look of your company. While there are many projects that can be included in a commercial remodel, the addition of new flooring is an important one.

Here are three things to consider as you shop for new commercial carpet to add to your building in the future.

1. Look for a carpet with a low pile.

When it comes to commercial carpeting, you need to take the amount of traffic your flooring will see into consideration.

By selecting a carpeting with a low pile, you ensure that dirt and other debris from customers and employees walking through your building will not become trapped in the fibers of your flooring. Low pile carpet is easy to clean, allowing you to maintain a professional appearance inside of your commercial space.

2. Look for a carpet in a neutral color.

Another thing that you want to take into consideration as you select new commercial carpeting for your company is the color. You don't want your carpet to show the dirt easily, since this could cause you to spend a significant amount of money on cleaning.

You also don't want a carpet that will distract your customers and employees while they are in your commercial space. Look for a carpet in a neutral color like beige or gray, and you won't have to combat visible stains or distractions on a regular basis.

3. Look for a carpet that comes with a warranty.

Ensuring that your commercial carpeting will be able to withstand the high levels of traffic your business sees each day is important. Investing in new carpeting can be a significant financial investment, so you should ensure that the carpeting you purchase for your commercial space comes with a good warranty.

Take the time to ensure that the manufacturer's warranty guarantees the quality of the carpeting itself, and that the company you purchase the carpeting from will provide a warranty to guarantee the quality of the installation by a flooring contractor. These warranties will allow you to maintain the quality of your commercial carpeting well into the future.

Investing in the right commercial carpeting for your building is important. As you embark on a commercial remodel, take the time to carefully consider the type of flooring you will add. Look for carpeting with a low pile, neutral color, and both a manufacturer and installation warranty to ensure you are satisfied.