When purchasing or leasing a new building, one of the most common renovations business owners make is a new flooring installation. After years of wear and tear, even the nicest flooring can start to look dull. Plus, if a new tenant is entering the building, they may have different operational needs that require a change of flooring type.
If you are thinking about changing the flooring for your business, talk to MaintenX about the best options for your needs and building. If you’re looking for something different to add to the value of the storefront, consider one of these three unique commercial options:
Concrete may seem like a flooring option best suited for warehouses and industrial facilities, but it is popping up more and more in unexpected places. Today’s variety of concrete technology makes it possible for concrete to be styled to look like wood and tile. By raking the concrete for texture and applying a stain, you can get the look of hardwood with half the cost and maintenance requirements. This type of concrete application is useful for restaurants and other high-traffic businesses where aesthetics and practicality are equally important.
Parquet flooring installation is a type of hardwood or vinyl flooring installation where boards are placed to create unique patterns. This can dress up your office space without changing the structure or décor within the space. It can also add to the value of the building and impress customers as soon as they walk in the door.
Most business owners believe they have to completely replace their flooring in order to change its appearance, but there is often a much simpler solution – floor paint. Hardwood, concrete, and even synthetic flooring types can be painted to mask stains, imperfections, or years of wear and tear.
MaintenX offers flooring repair and installation services for businesses across the U.S. To learn more about your local flooring service, contact us today!