If you have been considering replacing your current commercial flooring in Boston, determining your budget is one of the first crucial steps. By taking the time to make these decisions and planning out your costs correctly, your flooring installation can be time and cost effective while being a great investment for your business. Before deciding your budget, GreenSource Solutions suggests answering these questions.
What characteristics do you need in your flooring?
Many of these decisions are industry related. Will there be a lot of activity on these floors, such as a gym, where you need durability? Maybe you are in a medical space that needs anti-bacterial properties. Consider your field of work and problems you notice with your current floors. Then, create a list of must-haves before researching your options.
What are your space’s measurements?
Just as every home is different, every commercial space is as well. Get your space measured for new flooring a few times to remove the error and remember the dimension numbers as you begin to shop around. Careful planning can quickly determine which flooring options are out of your price range and which are affordable.
What will be the labor cost of removing your current floors?
If you have ever seen floors installed in the past, you know that hard surfaces like tile or wood take much longer than carpet to put down. The same goes for removal! Replacement costs can quickly add up if your current flooring is a hard surface and your subfloors need patching from the abstraction.
What must come out of your facility?
With all of the excitement surrounding your new floors, have your considered who is going to remove your furniture and other objects from your commercial space? Whether you pay employees overtime or hire professionals, be sure to factor this decision into your budget to prevent overages!
Luckily, when you work with a company like GreenSource Solutions for your commercial flooring needs in Massachusetts, you will be working with experienced manufacturing representatives who can help you determine which flooring works for both your needs and your budget.
If you have more questions, please contact us today by calling (617) 513-6339.