Commercial Flooring Contractors Leicester

Forester Flooring Co is a specialist commercial flooring contractor with over 20 years of experience, based in Nottingham and covering the East Midlands, particularly Leicester, Derby and Sheffield.

Leicester/Leicestershire
Leicestershire is home to more than a million people but as more than half live in the Leicester urban area, there is a lot of open countryside and outdoor space within the county for everyone to enjoy with their friends and family.

From a commercial point of view, Leicestershire is served well with great transport links and is a thriving county with opportunities for business growth. The Highcross Leicester shopping centre is a state-of-the-art shopping complex. In the field of science, there is the National Space Centre on Exploration Drive, which attracts many young visitors. Some of our biggest flooring customers have been in Leicester and we feel we have a special bond with the city and the wider county of Leicestershire.

Customers and Clients
Reassuring all potential customers and clients that we are a professional commercial flooring business is not always easy. No company wants to take a risk by trying out a new firm, it’s always easier to stick with who you know.

But we offer so much more than other commercial flooring contractors. Whether we're working on big or small contracts, our existing customers and clients know us and trust us to do what we say we’ll do. They also know that we’ll always go the extra mile with our levels of service and promise never to leave a job until they're totally happy.

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Commercial Flooring Contractors Leicester
  • Based in Nottingham
  • Teams from across the Midlands
  • Very happy to work UK-wide
  • 3rd generation family business
  • Plan to cause minimum disruption
  • Every job personally run by a Director
  • And peace of mind – guaranteed!

Flooring and Floorcoverings
Forester Flooring Co can supply and professionally install all types of quality flooring and floorcoverings to a very high standard. We specialise in supplying all top quality flooring products into all types of commercial buildings and these include carpets, carpeting, carpet tiles, vinyl flooring, vinyl tiles and LVTs.

We’ll happily offer suggestions which products will stand up to the footfall in your building if you’re not totally sure which floorcoverings would be most suitable, so don’t worry about being overwhelmed with the job of choosing your new flooring. We’ll make it a lot easier than you think.

Professional Commercial Flooring Business
By taking a professional approach to our commercial flooring business we know that you will be impressed with the way we work, the quality of our work and our commitment to customer service.

We are also committed to growing our business and know that the most successful way to do that is to retain clients, so we guarantee that we will be working especially hard to exceed your highest expectations. And we also know how important a word of mouth recommendation is to a business, so we will be keeping an eye on every step of your customer journey with us, to make sure that you feel happy to recommend us if ever the occasion arises.

Project Management
On every project we guarantee to only ever use the best installation teams (who are all insured and fully trained), only top quality flooring products (whether you choose carpets, carpet tiles, vinyl flooring or vinyl tiles) and one of our directors will oversee each installation. This personal level of project management is why our reputation is growing so fast as experts in the specialist world of commercial flooring contractors.

So, if you need to install new flooring into any commercial premises, just email or phone to let us know how we can help. You won’t regret it, we promise.

What is the best flooring for a commercial office?

The most popular choice for a commercial office is carpet tiles. Carpet tiles allow easy access to the void beneath raised access computer floors and their modular construction makes them economical to use compared to broadloom carpet. They can be lifted and replace easily and worn tiles may be rotated to prolong the life of the floor. A nylon tile has good recovery capability once pressure is removed thanks to the memory properties of nylon. A solution dyed yarn is coloured all the way through rather than just on the outside, so solution dyed tiles can be cleaned aggressively.

What is the most inexpensive flooring?

Our range of recycled (reclaimed) carpet tiles provides a floor finish with many of the qualities of a new tile for around one quarter of the new cost. This is probably the cheapest way to cover your floor, but the price needs to be considered alongside the required performance of the floor covering. The cost over the lifetime of the floor should be considered – a £5000 floor that lasts 20 years is better value than one half the price that lasts a quarter as long.

What is the difference between residential and commercial sheet flooring?

Residential vinyl tends to be less substantial but softer and warmer underfoot to satisfy the homeowner’s need for a product that is both comfortable to walk on and aesthetically pleasing. Local Marketing Reports (local-marketing-reports.com)strength cleaning products. Commercial vinyl can be hot welded to create watertight seams and coved vinyl skirtings which protect the bottom of the walls from moisture.

Is vinyl flooring good for commercial use?

Vinyl is an excellent choice for commercial installations. Vinyl flooring has always been durable and tough, if a little functional, but with modern manufacturing processes, more attractive and authentic-looking designs are available. Commercial vinyl is water resistant, hygienic and easy to maintain and, when looked after properly, can retain its appearance for many years.

What is commercial vinyl flooring?

Commercial vinyl flooring is available either as a tile product, a single-layer sheet (homogenous vinyl) or multiple-layer sheet (heterogenous vinyl). Homogenous vinyls provide great depth of colour, heterogenous vinyl is available in a wide range of designs replicating wood plank and ceramic tiles. Both may have their seams hot welded, which prevents moisture from penetrating the sub floor and emulsifying the adhesive. Commercial vinyl is also available in different tile formats which allow endless design possibilities.

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