A full-service approach to your project.
Our team of commercial experts is available to help enhance your business space and give you efficient, quality flooring solutions. No matter the size or scope of the project, Century has the experience and knowledge to provide you with solutions that outperform our competitors.
We’ll help you select the right flooring for your business.
Choosing the right flooring for your commercial space can benefit many different aspects of your business–from improved employee health, morale, and comfort to noise reduction, increased safety, and employee productivity.
Our expert team of commercial installers are trained, experienced, and capable of executing your installation quickly and efficiently so as not to disrupt the normal business activity.
Our commercial team provides flooring solutions for various types of environments including:
• Office and Corporate
• Hospital and Medical
• Schools and Classrooms
• Manufacturing and Warehouses
Featuring flooring products from
We provide the finest selections in commercial flooring solutions.
Vinyl Composition Tile A popular option for a wide variety of commercial uses. Easy to install, extremely durable, heat-resistant, and cost-effective. Sheet Vinyl Available in sheets up to 15' wide for efficient installation, and the lack of seams eliminates cleaning issues. Requires a bit more maintenance. Linoleum Synthesized from wood, cork, limestone, and various resins – damage-resistant and looks similar to vinyl with greater durability. Rubber The pliable composition of rubber is comfortable to walk on and slip-resistant. Typically used in airports and other high-traffic areas. Carpet Known for its warmth and ability to conserve energy. Variety in texture, pattern, and color make carpet a great solution for the workplace. Ceramic Tile This durable material can be purchased both glazed or unglazed; both easy to maintain and come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Concrete Most often applied in retail, warehousing, and manufacturing facilities. Concrete is strong and requires little maintenance. Hardwood Although wood floors are not always the most cost-efficient in large spaces depending on the type, they are classic and are easy to maintain.