Cleaning & Care
Taking Care Of Your Floor
- Place mats inside any exterior doorway over your floor to collect sand, gravel, or dirt tracked in the home. You can also place area rugs in other spaces for extra coverage.
- Make sure your rugs have a solid backing, so soil doesn’t sift through the rug to come in contact with the floor.
- Use floor protectors or felt covers on chair legs, sofas, TV stands, tables and other easily moveable furniture so you don’t scratch the floors.
- Replace plastic casters on chairs with rubber wheels.
- Lift, don’t slide, heavy objects across floors.
Working with Installers is important to ensure that your new flooring goes in all the right places in your home. Professional installers will know all of the ins and outs of the installation process and ensure that your flooring is put in the right way the first time.
The best commercial flooring must be durable enough to withstand moderate to heavy foot traffic as well as have design flexibility and easy maintenance.
Commercial grade floors are designed for the unique scenarios that commercial spaces face. Business owners choosing new flooring for their retail, commercial or industrial spaces need to make a smart investment — one that will continue to serve them for years to come.
Typically, homeowners are in search of new flooring when they’re looking to modernize the look of their home.
When searching for the right residential floors for your home, consider the following factors to find the right floor for your needs:
- Options and variety
- Cleaning and upkeep
- Multiple rooms