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Expert Advice on How to Choose Commercial Carpeting

Starting or running a business entails constant decision making, and that goes for your business space as much as for your business operations. Whether it’s a retail shop, commercial office or warehouse, you want to create a professional atmosphere. That means choosing basics that make sense for your business. Among the most important of these is flooring. There are a number of options, but carpet makes sense when you want to create a warm, aesthetically balanced space.

Of course, shopping for commercial carpeting is a lot different than shopping for residential carpeting. You need to select carpets that bring decor value but can stand up to the demands of your daily operations. That can be easier said than done, which is why the S&G Carpet and More team is here to help. Check out this short-and-sweet guide to choosing commercial carpeting so you can make the most of your shopping time.

How to Choose Carpet that Truly Meets Your Needs

There are some big, general factors that you should evaluate before you head out to shop for carpeting. Weighing these will help you narrow down your choices and ensure that you’re picking the product that will provide the best investment value. As you evaluate these central factors, keep the purpose of your space in mind. After all, what’s right for a dressing room might not be right for an office supply room.

  • Durability: Choose carpeting with a long life to avoid regular replacement. Make sure that the carpeting you choose is rated for the level of traffic the space will see too.
  • Maintenance: In dry environments, carpeting requires little maintenance aside from regular vacuuming and periodic professional cleaning. Be sure to ask if the carpeting you’re looking at requires any special treatment beyond that.
  • Comfort: Both the type of carpeting and type of padding affect the overall comfort of a space. It’s generally wise to choose cushier floors for offices and firmer floors for more commercial environments.
  • Cost: Be sure that you’re evaluating the cost of installation, upkeep and replacement. Remember that investing a little more now can help you save on replacement costs in the long run.
  • Look: Make sure that your carpeting contributes to the professional feel of your space. Of course, you can also choose colors and designs that reflect your brand identity or the spirit of your company.

You’ll also need to think about face weight, which you may know as pile weight. In general, a greater weight equals greater durability. This is different from density, which refers to the way the yarn was used to make the carpeting. Talking with a carpeting pro is the best way to determine the density that meets your demands.

It’s also smart to consider the fire rating of different carpeting selections. Materials with a Class I rating are better at suppressing the spread of a fire than materials with a Class II rating. That means they’re a safer choice for a commercial spaces and are particularly well suited to corridors, stairways and other exit paths.

Best Commercial Carpeting Options from S&G Carpets and More

At S&G Carpet and More, we’re proud to carry the best selection of commercial carpeting in the North State. Drop by one of our showrooms today to see what we have to offer. We’re here to help you pick commercial carpeting that won’t disappoint. Our flooring showrooms are located in Rancho Cordova, Rocklin, Elk Grove, San Jose, Santa Clara, Cupertino, Pleasant Hill, and Dublin. Being centrally located throughout Northern California allows us to serve the communities of Rocklin, Roseville, Citrus Heights, Granite Bay, Antelope, Loomis, Blue Oaks, Pleasant Grove, Penryn, Lincoln, Rancho Cordova, Sacramento, North Sacramento, South Sacramento, East Sacramento, West Sacramento, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Gold River, Orangevale, Fair Oaks, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Rancho Murieta, Dublin, Livermore, Sunol, Fremont, Newark, Union City, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, San Leandro, San Ramon, Dublin, Danville, Alamo, Blackhawk, Oakland, Berkeley, Walnut Creek, Concord, Piedmont, Union City, Elk Grove, Wilton, Galt, Walnut Grove, Freeport, Lodi, Stockton, San Jose, Morgan Hill, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Campbell, Saratoga, San Jose, Cupertino, Scotts Valley, Ben Lomond, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Monte Vista, Loyola, Fremont, Newark, Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Sunnyvale, Los Altos, Woodside, Redwood City, and Union City.

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