Reflooring your office space can have a huge impact on the overall feel of the space. Dingy, dirty carpet that has suffered years of use and abuse may make the space feel dated, but replacing it can bring new life into the office.
There are so many flooring options to choose from, that it can be hard to narrow it down. LVP flooring is a great option for a busy office space, and is available in a wide variety of styles. Let’s look more closely at LVP and how it could be a great fit for your office.
What is LVP?
LVP flooring, or Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood. LVP is designed to look just like hardwood, while being more durable and water resistant. LVP is different from laminate flooring in that it is made up of planks which are put together to look even more like hardwood.
Benefits of LVP in an Office Setting
As noted above, LVP is externally durable and water resistant. This is important in a office setting where there is heavy foot traffic, potential spills, and other mishaps. LVP is also a more economical than traditional hardwood, making it a good option in large office spaces.
If your office space has a common area and kitchen LVP is a great option because it can withstand minor spills and leaks, while also holding up to additional foot traffic.
Designing Your Office
Another great benefit of LVT flooring both in a home setting and a business setting is the diverse options available. LVT is available in a wide variety of styles, colors, and finishes.
The versatility of LVT makes it a great solution in an office space where you are trying to convey a certain feel or style. Do you run a modern, innovative company? By choosing modern, clean, minimalistic flooring you can convey that to your customers through the design of your office. Alternatively, you can create a warm, inviting space by choosing darker more traditional flooring.
If you are in the market for new office flooring in Maryland and are considering your options, give us at Dragon Scale Flooring a call today. We’d love to discuss the pros and cons of different flooring options with you to help you find the perfect solution for your office space.