Choosing a Commercial Carpet
Many people think of carpet as somewhat outdated, and hardwood and tile as viable flooring options. However, carpet should definitely be considered as a flooring option. It is one of the most diverse and useful types of flooring. Carpet is useful because it helps to insulate the floor, and it’s also easy to clean. As people walk around, dirt and dust from their feet collects on the floor. On a tile or hardwood floor, that dust and dirt just sits right on the surface of the floor. A carpet holds onto it somewhat. Then you can vacuum it up, and it won’t be tracked all over your office.
Carpet for Commercial Spaces
Carpet is especially great for commercial spaces because it is easy to clean. With a tile or a hardwood floor, you might have to mop it to get it clean. That means that the entire floorspace will be unusable until it dries. With a short-nap carpet, it will be ready to go as soon as you’re done vacuuming.
The carpets used for commercial spaces tend to be dark, muted colours and have very short nap.
- Dark colours hide dirt very well. That makes it easy to make them look clean.
- A short nap is important because it makes it easier to clean the carpet.
- A short nap allows chairs to roll freely over the surface.
- You can even sweep some carpets that are short enough.
Many Telford carpets used for commercial purposes are similar. A commercial carpet is often a very utilitarian flooring choice; you should definitely consider it.