Let’s take a look at what makes quartz tile such a resilient flooring material and, therefore, ideal for your warehouse.
Are you ready to replace your retail flooring? Here are three things to think about.
Quartz tile is one of the most resilient flooring materials available, but that doesn’t mean it’s impervious to damage.
There are many reasons why Rikett Quartz Tile is ideal for commercial flooring. But just like any flooring material, it won’t perform at its best without proper care and maintenance.
Selecting the right retail flooring can be challenging. It has to be a material that is both functional and attractive. Store owners don’t want to spend the time and money to replace their floors every few years, but they also don’t want something bland or unpleasant-looking that will ruin their customers’ experiences.
School flooring undergoes a lot of wear and tear throughout the course of the school year. If it’s been a while since you replaced or repaired your school floors, their age is probably noticeable, especially in those high-traffic areas.
The choice of flooring materials in assisted living facilities is critical in creating an environment that is safe, comfortable, and easy to maintain.
In an era when asbestos and other harmful chemicals were commonplace, Rikett’s founders brought their enlightened environmental vision to the commercial flooring industry with Rikett Quartz Tile.
When choosing the material for the flooring in a commercial space, there are multiple options you can consider. They all have their pros and cons, but there’s one that stands out from the crowd: quartz.
In the winter, salt and sand tracked in from outside can make a mess of your commercial flooring. With Rikett, it’s easy to keep them clean.