Let our experience be your guide when selecting commercial flooring for your business.
One of the mistakes that some business owners make when upfitting or renovating a commercial space is using materials that are not rated for commercial use. At Above Board Flooring, we understand that one of your objectives when selecting flooring for your project is that it will last. To achieve this goal, the best way to go is to select commercial flooring that is rated for the amount of foot traffic and other use you anticipate.
While you might get away with residential flooring in areas that don’t get a lot of use, it makes the most sense to go with commercial flooring rather than have to replace the flooring sooner than you’d like. Since flooring costs involve both materials and labor, it can prove far more costly to do it twice in the same period of time that commercial flooring would only be needed once. Not only that, but you’d also deal with the disruption to your business to have it replaced again.
We understand that it can be confusing when some residential flooring will state it is suitable for high-traffic situations. However, this rating relates only to heavy use in a home, such as hallways and foyers– not the kind of heavy use that a business gets. You can always count on us to give you the facts when choosing flooring for your Ballantyne, North Carolina business. We’ll go over what to expect from the commercial flooring options so that you can make an informed decision. We also offer repair and restoration services for commercial flooring, so don’t hesitate to reach out to us regardless of the flooring services you need.
At Above Board Flooring, we offer commercial flooring to customers in Lake Norman, Charlotte, Cornelius, Denver, Huntersville, Mooresville, Pineville, Matthews, Ballantyne, Sherrills Ford, and Terrell, North Carolina.