While you may not give much thought to the flooring in your office space, it can have a big impact on your team’s comfort and productivity. If your employees have not returned to the office yet, now is a great time to think about upgrading your floors! 

Below, we’ve outlined a few flooring options that are ideal for office spaces. Contact us to learn more!

Office conference room with carpet tile

Carpet and Carpet Tile

Carpet is a great option for your office space because it’s comfortable under foot and it provides good sound insulation. However, do keep in mind that most kinds of carpet require regular cleaning and aren’t ideal for high-traffic areas. 

If you’re concerned about stains or your office space gets lots of foot traffic, carpet tile might be the perfect alternative. Carpet tile is more durable and better suited to high-traffic areas. Wear-and-tear and stains are also less of a challenge with carpet tile because it’s fairly easy to remove and replace individual tiles.

Hardwood

If you frequently invite clients to your office space, hardwood is a choice that’s sure to make a good impression. It gives your office a classic, sophisticated look that your guests and employees will love. While hardwood requires a higher initial investment, it’s durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of an office and last for decades with proper care. Just note that you should put foot pads on your office furniture to avoid scratches.

Stone

Stone flooring is another option that comes at a higher price point, but will wow your clients and last a long time. While some stone options require a little more caution and upkeep, properly-sealed granite floors are moisture-resistant and durable. That means they’re safe for offices with lots of foot traffic or a risk of moisture exposure.

Luxury Vinyl

Vinyl is an economical flooring material that is comfortable to walk on, durable, and easy to clean. It’s also moisture and stain resistant, which means it’s more suited than hardwood and carpet to office spaces where spills and messy through-traffic is common. With vinyl floorings, there are so many colors and patterns available, including many that imitate the look of wood.

If you’re interested in any of these options or want to learn more about flooring for your office, contact Floor Coverings International® Waukesha for a free consultation. We’ll work with you to find and install the perfect floors for your office space.

 

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