Here at Rovins Hardwood Flooring we have many years’ experience of working with large and small business owners, installing hardwearing and professional looking flooring. We pride ourselves on our exceptional customer care skills and have built strong networks with building trade partners over the years. If you’re looking for a reliable, experienced flooring company who are committed to delivering an exceptional service, you can count on us.
Because we know that you’ll want minimum downtime, we can conduct our work overnight so you can open up as normal the next morning. We’re fast, we’re highly skilled, and we’ll leave your place exactly as we found it- only better!
If you’re looking for a natural wood floor in your commercial property we recommend a strong, durable wood with a thickness of at least half an inch. It’s your choice whether you go for finished or unfinished wood. Finished hardwood is more expensive but comes with the additional benefit of a warranty of up to 25 years. An unfinished floor has its advantages too, installation is quicker and you can choose from a wider selection of color stains. Both have their pros and cons, but one of the major benefits of a pre-finished floor is that it can be refinished many times before you need to even think about replacing it.
A popular choice in offices and commercial areas, laminate flooring is smart, functional and easy to maintain. It’s also quicker to install than real wood flooring- although it’s essential to start with a smooth surface. Our engineers will check your sub floor for any levelling imperfections and notify you on your best options.
Laminate floors are typically more resistant to wear and tear than natural wood, but it is worth bearing in mind that if your floor becomes damaged at any time (e.g. fire or water damage) it will probably have to be completely replaced as many manufacturers discontinue their products after a short while.
Engineered Glue Down/floating flooring
As with natural hardwood flooring, we recommend commercial partners choose the thickest possible engineered wood flooring in order to withstand daily traffic. A thinner option may seem more affordable, but in the long run it will end up costing you more as it will need to be replaced more often.
If it’s not possible to build a subfloor and the flooring will need to be installed directly onto concrete, we recommend the glue down variety.