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Extremely popular flooring materials for commercial, high-traffic environments

Vinyl flooring – is still one of the most popular materials for commercial flooring today as it stands up well to wear and tear and has many versatile choices. It is available in many forms such as sheet, composition and cushion backed as well as tiles, and the very popular Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT). Vinyl flooring is created from layers of carefully selected natural and synthetic materials. Resilient flooring is a highly engineered combination of polymer materials.

Choices – Vinyl Flooring

  • Luxury Vinyl Tile
  • Solid /enhanced/ vinyl composition tile (VCT)
  • Sheet/roll
  • Bio-based and
  • Specialty uses

Choices – Rubber Flooring

Depending on your project specs and budget, Rubber flooring is an ideal alternative solution to high traffic areas and when under-foot cushioning is required. This type of flooring can reduce fatigue and falls, and is often found in gyms, schools, and retail stores.. Rubber is a versatile choice for many commercial settings and comes in a variety of options

  • Rubber floor rolls
  • Rubber floor tiles
  • Rubber floor mats

Associated Floors, We're Here to Help You

To request a sample for your next project or discuss your commercial flooring needs, give us a call at 800-800-4320 or send us an email with your request.

We offer computerized price quotes and precise materials projections. Depending on the environment and the amount of foot traffic, the right choice of flooring can be a sustainable lower cost solution as well as offer dynamic design possibilities. Contact us to get a quote on your next project.

Decades of working with multi-location retailers mean quantity pricing that meets your budget with the best value flooring. We offer line item estimates to simplify your remodeling and construction projects so you can evaluate and calculate your costs on a large scale

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