Did you know your business only has seven seconds to make a good first impression? That’s the amount of time it takes for someone to decide if they like what they see when they step into your business.

If your flooring looks dingy, dated, or damaged, this can leave people with a bad first impression.

Instead of that, try putting your best foot forward with your commercial flooring. Read on to learn three ways you can easily improve the look of your flooring.

1. Replace It With a Full Chip System

Having commercial flooring contractors come and install a completely new floor is your best option if the flooring seems to be beyond repair. Trying to hold out longer or replacing it yourself can result in disaster.

A full chip system is an excellent option for any business because it’s heat resistant and can withstand common chemicals.

Plus it stays in beautiful condition despite common things that might ruin other floorings like salt, oil, gasoline, and grease. These features make it a good choice for a mechanic’s garage or a restaurant’s floor. 

Whether you’re dealing with hot tires and dripping oil or high foot traffic and scraping chairs, this floor can handle it all. This flooring is 20 times stronger than epoxy, so opting for this instead will undoubtedly save you money in the long run.

2. Get a Medici System Coating

This option is perfect if you want to fix the floor and be open for business as quickly as possible. It’s ready for traffic 24 hours after installation, which is incredibly fast in comparison to many other flooring options.

This concrete-like finish comes in multiple colors, so you can find one that suits your business best. You won’t have to worry about waxing or recoating it either, so you can focus on growing your business instead of worrying about the floor.

3. Install a Quartz System

If you need commercial non-slip flooring, this is the option for you. You’ll enjoy many great benefits, but the best is a colored quartz granule finish that adds texture, meeting OSHA slip requirements with ease. You can still customize it by choosing from 11 colors, so it fits in with the rest of your business.

You won’t have to worry about employees or customers falling on your watch, and it’ll look great too!

The Bottom Line

Getting a commercial epoxy floor coating might seem like a good idea because it’s trending right now, but it won’t last long. After waiting for it to cure, you’ll deal with slips, chipping, fading/yellowing, and more over time.

Opting for one of the above three options is better for longevity.

Good Commercial Flooring—Good First Impression

As we mentioned at the outset, the commercial flooring you have installed can make or break your first impression. You not only want people to think your business looks great, but you want the floor to perform great too.

If you install one of the three options mentioned here, you will enjoy a durable, time-tested floor without worrying about upkeep. 

If you think it’s time to get new flooring installed, please don’t hesitate to contact us today to see what we can do for you!