Do you provide bids and quotes?
We offer bids and quotes for all of our commercial flooring services, including bids on materials and installation specifications.
How can I clean my floors to keep them looking new?
Proper maintenance of newly installed floors is a must to keep them looking and performing like new. In order to keep your flooring looking its best and resisting dirt and debris, you must learn the proper care of the type of flooring that is in use and appropriate maintenance for a specific environment. Before you start cleaning your floors, make sure to understand what type of materials may work best for one’s specific floor.
How often do I need to replace my flooring?
Depending on the type of flooring that has been installed as well as various other factors, the frequency of commercial flooring replacement can vary greatly. If the flooring is not installed with care, it may lead to damage to the floors themselves and potentially the materials. There are a variety of things that can affect the longevity of your floor. For example, weather events and sun exposure can both have an impact on how long it lasts. When considering new flooring, it is always smart to think about different options so you find something which suits what you need for your specific purposes.
What is the best color to pick?
The best color to pick for a design will depend on the specific outcomes you’re trying to achieve. Choose your colors ahead of time so that once they’ve been installed and any potential difficulties are fixed well in advance. Coordinating color, texture, and other design elements can help to give the space a cohesive feel. There are so many colors and materials! We work with suppliers to get you the best quality materials for your project. Let us know and we can provide samples and consult with you about your project upon request.
How much will I pay for flooring?
Flooring is never a one-size-fits-all purchase, and price can depend on many factors. For example, how difficult of an installation it will be, or the condition of the subfloor and how well it will accept new materials. If the current flooring surfaces are cracking, rotting, or in need of repair, that will also affect the cost. There is no general rule for what it may cost you to redo a floor for any given project. We offer competitive quotes, bids, and we never begin working on a project without your prior approval. You will only deal with one company for Commercial Flooring!