3. Conference rooms and meeting rooms
Conference rooms and meeting rooms serve as the backdrop for important meetings with potential clients or future employees. Because of this, the design cannot be ignored in them – your choice of flooring should make a good impression and match the overall concept of the room. Reliability should always be considered when choosing flooring, but for conference rooms and huddle rooms, it is less important, as they usually have fewer people than public areas in your office. Design should be your key concern. Here are a couple of materials that work for these areas:
Wear resistance class: 33-43
4. Dining areas
The kitchen in the office is much more than just a place to eat, it can also serve as a place for casual communication and relaxation from the hustle and bustle of the office. However, since food and drink inevitably spills, carpet is not a smart option. When choosing a floor covering for a kitchen, you should pay attention to the following characteristics: slip resistance, pollution and, of course, environmental friendliness.
Kitchen floors should also be easy to clean, maintain and repair, as dirt is common. Here are a couple of materials that will work for your kitchen:
Wear resistance class: 33-34
Naturally, the above recommendations are just some of the most suitable options for each room. There are many more options for commercial flooring. The final choice is only on the desired appearance and your budget.