When it comes to the flooring of public spaces, you generally may not think much about it while passing by, but the flooring in every space significantly impacts its functionality and also its look and feel. Industry professionals must be careful before choosing the flooring.
People share the same public space based on their interests, work, community, location or belief, be it libraries, convention centres or stadiums. Flooring at public places has to withstand wear and tear of the foot traffic and sometimes endure moving machinery or heavy loads, dirt and debris, food and water spills.
Flooring Options for Public Spaces
Timber Flooring– Being adaptable and versatile, timber is a popular choice for public spaces. Some timber combinations such as reclaimed oak are very durable, making this classic wooden flooring highly resistant to scratches.
Carpet Flooring– Carpets are an all-time favourite flooring solution, with carpet tiles being the popular choice these days. Unlike regular carpet, carpet tiles can be installed easily and replacing them is an easy and pocket-friendly solution. On being damaged, you can easily replace the required patch of tiles in the damaged area or the individual tiles as needed.
Hardwood Flooring– Hardwood floors add to your style and decor; wood flooring has a long-term investment value. Hardwood flooring is durable and economical when it comes to repair and refinish.
Vinyl Flooring– With a variety of colour and style options, Vinyl flooring is incredibly versatile. Vinyl is durable and less expensive; they are also easy to clean, making it ideal for public spaces with heavy foot traffic.
Laminate Flooring– Laminate flooring is popular for its aesthetic and natural feels; good quality laminate floors are highly durable. Some may have a 20-year warranty and can serve you for decades. Some laminate floors may imitate natural floors like stone, ceramics, and wood.
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