Our in-house installation crew: turnkeys with no guessing, ever

At In Line Tile of Greer we boast turnkey installations. You may be familiar with the term, but if not, it's when a company takes full responsibility for a project, whether it's big or small. Our highly skilled and OSHA 10-certified crew members will handle everything from bid set up to the final result. When the project is completed, the client only has to "turn the key" and walk-in.

As a commercial flooring retailer, we know the vast number of decisions to be made when you install any flooring, but especially so when it’s a commercial flooring installation. We know it's not enough to just look at the overall industry, but also the type of business. For instance, a doctor's office is going to have different concerns, challenges, and priorities than an advertising one.

Never any guessing when there’s an in-house installation crew

When a crew is in-house, they are part of the company and its reputation. Credentials are checked to be sure they have the experience to spot potential problems and handle them if they do occur. You won't guess either. Bids are exact, so you'll know deliverables, schedules, and deadlines. After all, we know that when there's a delay in one area it can affect the entire project.



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The best commercial flooring installations

Carpet has a commercial grade. There are extra durability and enhanced stain resistance, and it comes in the same wide assortment of colors, patterns, and styles as a residential rug. It's not uncommon for commercial soft surfaces to be used residentially. Commercial carpets are always of low pile construction, as that is more durable and easy to clean. While broadloom rolls are always popular, hotels and restaurants often use commercial carpet tiles. They use them as they are stylish, affordable, and are more water-resistant than some others. Luxury vinyl flooring is a favorite among restaurant designers and that will certainly highlight its durability. It is also stylish, waterproof, and very budget-friendly. For commercial installations, get the thickest vinyl and wear layer possible, at least 20 mils or over. Laminate has an AC (abrasion class) rating, a numerical grade from one to five, which indicates durability. AC-5 is meant for commercial floors. Tile also should have a grade level of five for commercial installations. For more information about commercial flooring, visit us today at the In Line Tile of Greer showroom in Greer, SC. We service Greer, SC, Greenville, SC, Travelers Rest, SC, Lyman, SC, Duncan, SC, Spartanburg, SC, and Taylors, SC. Ask about our estimates.
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