When you’re a small business owner, you’ve always got a lot on your mind: customer satisfaction, your workers’ well-being, your company’s brand—and, most importantly, at the end of the day, putting food on your family’s table. You’d think there’s often little time to mull over something as insignificant as flooring. But flooring is anything but insignificant, and it’s a topic that deservesto be mulled over, lest you make a poor financial decision and end up having to pay to remodel your floors a second time.
Your funds are limited, but so is your time, and time is money in the business world. How can you quickly pick the best flooring for your small business?
E Hardwoods & Flooring, an online flooring store, is here to help. Below we break down the most durable, economical flooring choices for your small business—in only a few hundred words!
No matter what type of business you own, presenting with at least a substantial air of class is desirable. It soothes customers and lets them know that they are in good hands with your professional, well-organized service. Solid hardwood flooring is always a stately choice, but with a small business’s limited funds, economic constraints might mean that such a luxury just isn’t in the cards.
Luckily, you can affordably lend your business space a high-class air with waterproof wood-look flooring. Its synthetic composition means that it costs less, yet its wooden appearance is still bound to wow your customers and encourage your workers to act professionally. It’s the best of both worlds! As a bonus, cleanup is easy with waterproof flooring, maintenance is practically nonexistent, and it is, of course, resistant to moisture-related damage and stains. All this combined adds up to an affordable gorgeous, and low-maintenance flooring option that’s perfect for the busy business owner.
Yes, engineered hardwoods might be a tad more expensive than waterproof wood-look flooring, but they make up for it in their easy, DIY installation process and the feeling of real wood underneath your customers’ feet. If you simply must have real wood for your business, engineered hardwood makes that much more affordable than solid hardwood flooring. However, it’s important to bear in mind the maintenance requirements and engineered hardwood’s vulnerability to water damage (relative to vinyl flooring).
Save yourself the time of driving to the store and order your flooring online with E Hardwoods & Flooring. Our variety of engineered hardwood and waterproof floorings is almost endless. If, however, you have further questions about our products, contact us here.