Broadloom and carpet tiles are specified more than any other commercial flooring type due to their proven performance in a wide range of applications from education to hospitality to retail and beyond. They’re some of the most aesthetically versatile, high-performing flooring materials on the market today — which is why carpet boasts a 45.4% share of the entire U.S. flooring market.
While we provide commercial carpet installation services throughout the nation, our primary mission is to help you choose the flooring material that will provide the best long-term value for your application. This page will guide you through all the design, budget and installation considerations you should weigh prior to purchasing carpet for your facility.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or would like personalized support while you choose the material best-suited for your facility. Or check out any of our free resources designed to educate building owners, architects and general contractors on what they need to know before purchasing commercial carpet for their next project:
Carpet is a sound investment for a variety of reasons: Carpet is more efficient at reducing noise by a factor of 10, it bests other flooring materials in terms of lifecycle costs and the design possibilities on the market today are virtually limitless.
From carpet tile and broadloom to walk-off and static dissipative, we offer a wide range of carpet varieties to fit seamlessly with the design aesthetics of any room. With the floor being the constant visual in any room, it’s important to have one that looks good without sacrificing functionality.
If you’re trying to determine if commercial carpet is the right flooring material for your facility or next project you need to carefully weigh your options. It’s important to fully consider material costs, labor costs, design preferences, performance expectations and other facility-specific considerations before investing in carpet.
That’s why our estimates go beyond analyzing up-front costs of materials and commercial carpet installations. We provide complete life cycle costing to help you assess not only short-term costs but also long-term costs, while providing insight as to the best-value products for your application.
Learn more about how life cycle costing and value-engineering can help save money on your commercial floor. Or, to see a point-by-point breakdown of how to minimize the total cost of carpet, check out this article detailing how to get the best value carpet installation.
With innovative vertical-installation technology (V.I.T.) and our custom project management system, WinBid, we can efficiently complete any commercial carpet installation project. Our experienced team coordinates material procurement so you’re never waiting on a specialty floor, and we can find time-sensitive material alternatives that speed up projects.