When choosing the right flooring type for your commercial space, this is the only pro and con list you’ll need.

Choosing the proper flooring, especially for a commercial setting, can be difficult. Sure, you could research each flooring option, but we all know that time isn’t always on our side when it comes to building. Absolute Floors has you covered, and we’ve put up the only pro and con list you’ll ever need to assist you to choose the best flooring option.


Advantages of Hardwood Flooring: Hardwood flooring is a timeless option, mainly due to its long-lasting quality (when properly cared for). It adds simple sophistication and warmth to any room, regardless of size.

Negatives of hardwood flooring: Despite its high quality, hardwood flooring has a negative reputation for being costly, as both installation and refinishing may be costly. The humidity levels are another challenge that customers experience when installing hardwood flooring in a commercial space. Hardwood floors need to be in a facility with a relative humidity ratio of 35 to 55 percent or they will twist, bow, and cause a slew of other issues. Regrettably, not all commercial structures can achieve ideal humidity levels. As a result, hardwoods are not always the ideal option.


The durability of vinyl flooring is its main selling point. Scratch-resistant and low-maintenance, the material is perfect for large commercial spaces. Another benefit is that it can be a close match for any original, more expensive flooring you like, such as hardwood or marble. Vinyl flooring may now be manufactured to look so much like a genuine thing thanks to developments in digital photography that customers won’t be able to tell the difference.

Cons: Vinyl flooring may appear to be picture-perfect, but it does have certain disadvantages. Preparing a floor for vinyl is a time-consuming process that requires a skill set that not everyone possesses. Finding a team that includes a master of this craft, such as ours at Absolute Floors, is critical to attaining the best outcomes.


Pros: Laminate flooring, which is sometimes referred to as hardwood’s low-maintenance and budget-friendly cousin, is a popular choice for commercial areas that desire the look of hardwood or other real materials without the added burden cost. These items are light and have a durable wear layer, so they won’t scuff as easily in high-traffic locations.

Cons: Unlike hardwood, laminate cannot be refinished. As a result, when it begins to wear, it must be replaced entirely. Another less-publicized disadvantage is that many laminates are advertised as “click and go” items, which means they float over padding. When walked on, this floating installation can make them sound tinny or hollow, and depending on the size of the area, a control joint may be required. In this situation, heavy rolling loads such as paper pallets or office supplies can be a concern.


Pros: Carpet is a popular choice when it comes to creating business office spaces. It’s also come a long way since the 1970s’ shaggy cliches. Consumers may now choose from thousands of colors and woven designs to get the appropriate product for their facility, with carpet tiles ranging from herringbone to checkerboard patterns; the choices are unlimited.

Cons: Carpets require regular deep cleaning, and because synthetic fibers are commonly used, they may not last as long as you’d want. When it comes to the carpet’s lifespan, three aspects should be considered: the carpet’s tightness, the fiber choice, and the frequency of care. These factors will all influence the carpet’s lifespan, which could range from five to fifteen years.

Our crew can assist you if you’ve settled on carpet flooring and want a long-lasting product. We understand the importance of these variables when selecting a product and provide carpets made of high-quality materials that will last in business settings.


Pros: Commercial flooring can be made of a variety of tile kinds, but the most prevalent are ceramic and porcelain tile. Because tile does not absorb moisture or bacteria, it is great for locations that are prone to spills, such as bathrooms, breakrooms, and entrances.

Cons: While the tile itself is resistant to bacteria and stains, the grout between the tiles can become dirty quite rapidly and requires frequent sealing to avoid dinginess. To tackle this issue, an epoxy grout that doesn’t stain can be used instead of regular grout, but it’s not inexpensive and will add to the project’s overall expenditures. Ceramic tile may be the longest-lasting product, but the installation process is complicated and time-consuming. As a result, labor costs make this an expensive option.

Using the services of a professional, regardless of the sort of flooring you choose, is necessary. Absolute Floors can assist you at any stage of the flooring installation process. From selection through installation, we bring our expertise and experience to every job, guaranteeing that it is completed on schedule and correctly.

Do you want to learn more about the products and services we provide? Get in touch with us right away!