As a commercial flooring contractor, RNB Flooring specializes in the selection and installation of all types of flooring whether carpet, tile, laminate, vinyl plank or specialized applied surfaces. We offer project managers the advantage of working with only one flooring subcontractor for your entire project, rather than a different one for each type of flooring.
Commercial flooring requires different planning, installation, and maintenance than residential flooring applications. RNB Flooring helps you select the best commercial-grade carpet, tile, laminate, vinyl, vinyl plank, or hardwood flooring for your specific needs.
Your knowledge of your workplace’s unique location, traffic, and workflow determine the combination of flooring that will best suit your facility. RNB Flooring can help you create spaces that increase your employees’ pride in their workplace, property value, and even impact customer perceptions of the level professionalism of your business.
Commercial Flooring Types
Commercial carpet is designed, manufactured and installed to meet more demanding applications than typical residential carpet. Commercial carpet provides specific benefits to office spaces, with regular maintenance:
- Noise reduction
- Air quality improvement
- Energy savings
- Professional, up-to-date looks
Broadloom or carpet tile options provide still more possibilities for pattern and wear replacement.
The cost of commercial carpet varies widely based on the quality of the carpet and pad used. RNB Flooring works with you to determine the right type of carpet and pad to use to maximize longevity within your budget.
Tile is a durable and beautiful material for adding distinction to any office space. The vast range of tile styles allows you to aim for anything from a cool, sleek, modern look, to a natural, regional, or culture-specific option. Tile creates areas that have specific benefits, particularly with the simple “insurance policy” of sealing the grout:
- Architectural and design interest
- Strength and resistance to water and stains
- Easy maintenance
The cost of tile varies according to the type that is used. But even with a limited budget, ceramic and porcelain tile can transform a room into an extraordinary space. While tile can reflect noise, it maintains its beauty over time.
Ceramic and porcelain tiles have elegant, vibrant tones and charismatic textures.
Commercial laminate is an extremely attractive and cost-effective way to create an attractive and versatile office or commercial space.
Laminate flooring is designed to look like natural products, such as wood or stone, yet is comprised of synthetic materials or of synthetic materials combined with natural and recycled ingredients. Specific benefits of laminate flooring that make it ideal for commercial applications are:
- Resistance to wear and tear
- Low maintenance
- Highly realistic designs under strong wear layers
- Widely-varied options
Your choices in laminate flooring are not limited to color or pattern. You have options for core thickness (durability), protection against scratching and moisture damage (finish and protection). Some flooring choices have specially padded cores that make the flooring sound like hardwood when it is walked on.
The particular needs of your space and your budget can guide you to the best laminate options for you. RNB Flooring has the experience to guide you in finding the laminate that best meets your needs.
Vinyl sheet floors remain one of the most popular flooring types for commercial applications. A highly affordable option, vinyl flooring is available in a wide range of looks. It comes in 6’ or 12’ widths, so you won’t have seams where you don’t want them.
Vinyl has specific advantages for commercial spaces:
- Toughness and durability
- Variety in color and pattern
- Easy maintenance
- Slip-resistant options
- Resistance to rip, tears, and gouges
RNB Flooring installs Armstrong vinyl floors that come with the toughest wear layers available. What’s not to love? We’ve got your commercial space covered, whether upscale office building or medical office.
When you want your office style to shine, the RNB Flooring is pleased to bring you some of the best of the trendy new floors: luxury vinyl plank or luxury vinyl tile flooring. This flooring material has all of the features that make flooring exciting:
- On-trend styling
- Colors and textures mimic hardwood and stone
- Long life
Your office is the showcase for your business. It should reflect your values and the value you bring to your work. Luxury vinyl tile presents the professional look you want, with the ease of maintenance and excellent wearability you need. Your time is valuable, so an investment in quality at a price point that doesn’t break the bank.
RNB Flooring installs Mohawk Flooring and Parterre Flooring Systems, two brands that are leaders in style with enduring quality.
If you are looking at the possibility of wood flooring for your offices, Mohawk RevWood Flooring may just make your decision that easy. It comes in a variety of hardwood colors and is eco-friendly as well. A laminated product, RevWood uses recycled wood when possible, to reduce excess harvesting.
- Stain and water-resistant
- Scratch and dent resistant
Your office represents your business. Be sure that your office conveys the image that you want your clients and employees to take in. Quality flooring gives both the visual and tactile feedback that says success.
Commercial Flooring Expertise
As a commercial flooring contractor we are able to make product recommendations, provide estimates to fit your budgets and manage the flooring installation project. Contact us for more information. Our goal is to complete your project on time and within your budget.
To top it all off, all installed products come with manufacturer warranties which we will review with you as you make your flooring selection.
– Mitch Rosenberg, Owner, AZCarDeals, March 30, 2010
RNB Flooring’s many satisfied commercial clients include general contractors, architects, and design firms, property managers, retail stores, nursing home and health care facilities, real estate developers, and privately-owned businesses.