The process of high-end commercial wood flooring design and proper installation requires extensive knowledge of materials, utilization of up-to-date installation techniques, and the ability to envision and execute complex wood flooring designs. At Mr. David’s Flooring, our customers have come to expect the best when it comes to any flooring solution, so if a client chooses a wood floor covering for their commercial business, they can expect the same integrity, quality craftsmanship, and sustainability we deliver on every aspect of their project.

Commercial wood flooring typically comes in a few different varieties:

  • Solid Hardwood

  • Engineered Hardwood

  • Locking Hardwood

  • Laminate

Solid hardwood floors consist of planks milled from a single piece of timber. The floor has a thicker wear surface enabling sanding many times over. The planks are stapled or nailed to a wooden sub-floor, which creates a beautiful floor lasting for years.

Engineered hardwood floors are made with two or more layers of hardwood in the form of a plank. The Engineered Hardwood floor can withstand higher levels of humidity than a typical hardwood floor, they can be used in just about any space in a commercial business and provide extra stability as well.

Another form of an engineered hardwood floor is locking hardwood. This kind of flooring is economical because it has a locking tongue-and-groove system that eliminates nails, staples, and glue during installation.

Many of our commercial customers choose laminate as their flooring of choice. Laminate is a great option for businesses in need of a low-maintenance, affordable flooring solution for medium to high traffic areas within their commercial space.

Laminate flooring typically simulates wood or stone as the lamination process involves the fusion of multiple layers of synthetic flooring, with a photographic layer under a clear protective layer. The inner core layer is usually composed of melamine resin and fiber board materials. Laminate flooring is a popular choice for many commercial businesses because of the ease to install and maintain, as well as being durable and resistant to typical wear and tear.

Contact Mr. David’s Flooring to discuss the best type of flooring for your commercial business needs.

With decades of experience in the commercial flooring industry, including distribution and installation, we are proud to offer our expertise throughout the entire project, from start to finish.