We offer a variety of commercial flooring options that are rated to withstand a rigorous commercial setting.
One of the most common mistakes that some companies make when setting up a new location is not selecting the best commercial flooring for the project. There can be a vast difference between products rated for residential use and those durable enough for commercial purposes. When you call on us at Above Board Flooring for a commercial build-out, we take the time to learn about your business, so we can properly advise you on the right flooring for your needs.
Many types of flooring are made in two different levels of durability – one for residential and another for commercial. While you could use commercial flooring in a home, you shouldn’t use residential flooring in a business. You would find that it wears out far too quickly, and that doesn’t just mean the added expense of replacing it, but also the disruption and potential downtime of your business operations during the reflooring process. It makes sense to start with commercial flooring in the first place to avoid this scenario.
You might notice that some residential flooring states that it is suitable for high-traffic areas and make the wrong assumption that it would be suitable for commercial use. The reality is that designation is referring to hallways and other areas of a home that get extra use. A business experiences far more foot traffic than even the busiest area of a home.
You can always count on us to assist you in any way we can, so your Mooresville, North Carolina business has flooring that is both attractive and durable. We are happy to share the benefit of our experience, so your commercial flooring gives you the long life you expect. Contact us today to learn more.
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.