Where Best to Use Vinyl Flooring?

Home Improvement

When revamping commercial space, it is important to keep costs in check, especially when it comes to flooring. If you have a lot of space to cover, your budget can be pushed to its limit quickly and yet your flooring can have a big impact on how well the surrounding look, so it is important to get the right balance. 

Vinyl flooring is a relatively cost-effective way to update your environment and has moved on a long way from the 80’s lino look. 

Here we look at areas you can enhance your surroundings without bursting your budget using vinyl flooring (View Products). 

Entrances will experience the most foot traffic in the building and will be the first area potential clients see when entering your building. In this area, you can use high endurance vinyl that won’t break the bank and stand the test of time. 

The quality of vinyl is the best that it’s ever been and can give the illusion of high-quality wood, making this even more pleasing to the eye. 

Not only do you want this room to look nice, but you want it to look nice and clean. 

There is nothing worse than using a shared bathroom at the office that looks as though 20 truckers have used it before you. Easy to maintain and clean, your staff will thank you for it. 

It’s somewhere that might be used as part of your commercial business or where your staff have some downtime and prepare their lunches. Either way, hygiene is something that should be high on the agenda when deciding on flooring. 

Cleaning up after spills here, and let’s face it, they happen, couldn’t be easier with vinyl. 

Just like entrances, this is somewhere that gets the brunt of the foot traffic. 

Using high endurance vinyl will minimize any health and safety risks such as trips and falls that can sometimes happen with another type of flooring such as carpets that can come loose over time. 

Further guidance on flooring and health and safety at work can be found here. 

Office Space 
Office space and large rooms can be very costly to refloor whether looking at carpets or hardwood. For larger spaces, you can make some great savings by opting for vinyl. 

There are so many things to consider when choosing your floorings such as price, durability and the look. If you have your budget under control but are unsure what is hot right now, you can have a peek at vinyl flooring trends to get some ideas on how you upgrade your commercial space.