The Hardwood Flooring Store Announces New Trend of Using Hardwood Flooring in Commercial Properties

While hardwood floors in Toronto are common in residential properties, they may also be useful in commercial properties such as offices and retail spaces.

Hardwood holds up well to heavy traffic, but you must think about the environment where it will be installed.”

— Hardwood Flooring Store

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, June 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — While hardwood floors in Toronto are common in residential properties, they may also be useful in commercial properties such as offices and retail spaces. The Hardwood Flooring Store suggests that it may enhance the look and feel of a commercial space to install hardwood floors. However, the company recommends doing a lot of research before making this decision since hardwood is not right for every situation.

Ron Ander from the Hardwood Flooring Store recommends working with an interior designer or someone who knows hardwood floors when deciding to install the material in a commercial space. “Hardwood holds up well to heavy traffic, but you must think about the environment where it will be installed.” He explains that a quiet office will have different needs than a busy restaurant. While both commercial spaces may be candidates for hardwood flooring, the product they buy will be different. The restaurant will need a durable hardwood which will hold up well to heavy traffic and constant spills and breakage while the office may not have many requirements.

Hardwood flooring has many of the same benefits for commercial customers as it does for homeowners. It is an affordable option which will increase the value of the property for resale. Hardwood floors are also easier to maintain and clean with no special equipment as with carpet or tile. An added benefit for businesses is the fact that hardwood often creates a warm welcome instead of the sterile and formal look of other flooring materials.

Ander explains that it is important to consider several things when choosing hardwood for the floors. Humidity levels will affect hardwood as well as the amount of traffic the space gets. For businesses that have heavy traffic, they may want to avoid wood with a high gloss finish, which will show every mark or scratch. The color of the wood is an important factor as well. “A large space can handle dark wood, which creates a warm impression,” Ander says. “On the other hand, a small office will want to stick with lighter tones to keep the space from feeling cramped.” The shade chosen should coordinate with the image the business is trying to create. It may be modern and trendy or classic and timeless. Hardwood can enhance a homelike feel or tone down an industrial design. Just like with homeowners, the material chosen must coordinate with other aspects of the design to create a cohesive look for the company.

Gone are the days when businesses had to choose either tile or carpet for commercial spaces. Now, hardwood is as popular and available for businesses as it is for residential properties. However, it is important to choose the right material for the environment. Hardwood floors in Toronto businesses can create a warm welcome and enhance the image of the company when the right materials and colors are selected. It is best to work with a professional flooring company to get the right product.

Ron Ander
Hardwood Flooring Store
800-263-6363
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