Commercial Wood Floor Refinishing

Business flooring has special needs and problems that occur because of the high traffic from customers and employee’s. Whether a restaurant or office, your floors must be ready for the outside environment being brought in to your work space. Ceramic or natural stone entry way’s work best as well as laminate and luxe vinyl. These floor products hold up under demanding traffic patterns. Cleaning regularly by vacuuming or sweeping dirty sand and small rocks off your surfaces will remove a major cause of wear. Walking over these kind of substances will cause them to act like sand paper wearing premature wear patterns into your surfaces. Cleaner and scheduling maintenance should be followed as recommended by manufacturer, this also will insure the warranty is not compromised. Carpet and wood floors are the most challenging flooring surfaces to keep looking like new. Moisture and water combine to damage these kinds of flooring. Daily maintenance such as vacuuming and cleaning and scotch guarding in the case of carpet is a must to offset discoloration and wear. A knock off matt is also great to catch snow – rain – salt and all other forms of derby brought in during the course of daily business. When designing for new spaces keep these tips and floor types in mind when choosing your next floor. Do not forget regular maintenance and care go along way to insure great looking floors.

About the Author

Carl Padron

Carl is the guy to ask when it comes to flooring. He started in hardwood refinishing 30-plus years ago, earned his stripes and used what he’d learned to become an expert on hardwood refinishing, solid and engineered hardwood installation, carpet, ceramic tile, laminate and vinyl flooring installation. You’ll find his work in universities, hospitals, professional sports venues, state museums and theaters, pubs, and of course, homes throughout the state.

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