Commercial flooring

All Seasons Flooring has been supplying businesses with commercial flooring services for many years. Our many satisfied customers can attest to the fact that our work is professional and efficient. We know what a disruption to your business any sort of renovation, including new flooring, can be. That is why we do our best to make your flooring installation as efficient and painless as possible. We will schedule our work to coincide with your off hours to minimize the disruption to your employees and your business.

  • The biggest advantage of vinyl plank flooring is the fact that it is 100% water resistant. This makes it the ideal flooring solution for spaces such as basements, kitchens, bathrooms, restaurants and cafes. It is a great option for those with pets that worry about accidents.

  • Vinyl plank flooring is very durable with commercial grade wear layers that can withstand heavy traffic. Larger commercial spaces can benefit from a glue down vinyl installation.

  • Many businesses and households love that vinyl is durable and easy to maintain. Regular sweeping and weekly mopping is all you need to keep your floors looking great.

  • Vinyl flooring can be installed on nearly any subfloor and can be installed with either a click lock, glue down or loose lay installation method.

  • Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process.

  • Laminate  simulates wood with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer.

  • The inner core layer is usually composed of melamine resin and fiber board materials

  • It is reasonably durable, hygienic (several brands contain an antimicrobial resin), and relatively easy to maintain.

  • Laminate is less expensive than traditional hardwood floors and easy to clean.

  • Its hard-plastic surface means that any dirt or spills just sit on top of the floor and can be swept, vacuumed, or mopped up. And since the boards lock so closely together, spills don’t seep down below the floor where they could cause rot, mildew, or mold

  • Tiles have been around for a long time. In fact, the earliest known tiles were found in an archaeological dig in Egypt, and they date back to about 4,700 BC.

  • Ceramic tiles are the most common type of tile and offer the widest variety.

  • Porcelain tiles cost more than ceramic, but they are stronger and better for higher traffic areas.

  • Real stone and marble tiles are much more expensive and more difficult to work with. They can also be porous and may need to be sealed. There are, however, some very realistic and smart engineered faux alternatives out there.

  • Tile must be installed on a flat surface, or it will crack or loosen over time. Self-leveling cement compounds can fix uneven floors, and walls can be filled or plastered if there are small holes or imperfections

  • Broadloom and modular carpet have similar cleaning requirements: regular vacuuming with the occasional deep clean.

  • Damaged tiles can be removed and then replaced with new tiles from your attic stock, whereas damaged sections of broadloom need to be cut out, removed and then replaced with a new broadloom.

  • The most important element is the backing on carpet tiles: Some carpet tiles have cushion backing, which helps absorb the impact of foot traffic and protects carpet fibers from the wear and tear that speeds up appearance degradation.

  • Carpet tiles offer greater design flexibility than broadloom carpet and even many types of hard flooring.

  • 100% Moisture Resistant

  • Commercial Grade Wear Layer

  • WPC, SPC and Rigid Core Constructions

  • AntistaticNot biodegradable

  • Can be used on cement, granite, tile, laminate and other flat subfloors.

  • DIY Installation – click lock, glue down or loose lay

  • Variety of decor options – wood, stone, cement, etc.

  • Low maintenance & easy to clean

  • Options for any budget

  • Carpets can help reduce asthma and allergies in your home. Carpet acts almost like an air filter that cleans the air in your home. As dust, pollen, and other allergens settle to the floor, they will be trapped in your carpet. Regular vacuuming removes those contaminants from your carpet without kicking them back up into the air, where they can be breathed in.

  • Carpeting helps reduce noise. A layer of carpeting absorbs some of the noise generated by electronics and loud conversations. Fewer echoes in your home means less noise irritation.

  • Carpets resist mold. Unlike most other building materials, carpets are almost completely resistant to mold. Carpets are made of synthetic fibers and provide nothing for molds to grow on as long as they are kept clean and dry.