Commercial flooring applications include shopping malls, retail, hospitals, institutional environments, office space and reception areas.
Things to consider:
Materials with a high abrasion resistance rating are less likely to scratch than marble, limestone, onyx, slate, etc. Materials with a low abrasion resistance rating will scratch with exposure to sand and other abrasives. The finish will patina or dull over time as a result of this scratching.
Materials with a minimally absorbent rating (i.e. Porcelain tile, some engineered stone) are virtually non-porous. No sealer is required, they are less likely to stain, and they are typically easier to maintain. Materials with a moderately absorbent rating are resistant to staining due to low porosity, but not impervious.
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