Commercial hardwood


Commercial hardwood

Whether you want to design your work space with a modern or a classic feel, hardwood flooring can be a great choice. Hardwood has a timeless appeal and gains more character over time.

Hardwood can be refinished at any time to look brand new or even stained a different color to give your room an entirely different look.

Where and where not to install hardwood

There’s a place for everything, and hardwood is certainly one of them. There are popular areas where hardwood is typically installed, and a few of these include:

  • Office space
  • Hotel rooms
  • Entryways
  • Lobby
  • Meeting/conference rooms

However, you should think twice before installation in certain areas of the business. For example, the bathrooms or kitchens are not a prime choice if leaky plumbing might ever be a problem.

A flooring professional can help you decide whether hardwood for a specific area of your business would be a good investment and a good choice. High-traffic areas are always a good place for hardwood as it holds up well with heavy foot traffic.

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Style of hardwood available

As you prepare to install hardwood in your business, you can rest assured it will be a project you can have fun with and truly let your business individuality shine. You can choose from a huge selection of finishes and colors as well.

A popular option is solid wood as it’s able to adapt to your the relative humidity in your workspace by expanding and contracting. To accommodate, a gap is left between the floor and wall concealed by base molding. There are many styles from which to choose. Just some of the types of wood to choose from are oak, hickory and maple.

Another hardwood flooring option is to implement engineered hardwood. This option reduces your carbon footprint as the core is made from recycled wood fiber. It differs from products featuring a plywood core as it’s denser, greener, and harder.

However, because of its increased stability, this type of flooring does not expand and contract with seasonal humidity and temperature changes.