When you need flooring
for a rental property, you have specific requirements in mind, and we're here to make sure you have the products that match them. With more than 40 years of service experience, we understand your needs as a property manager, and we can help speed the process by narrowing your options. When you're ready to find the perfect materials and services, be sure to visit us.
In California, landlords must replace carpeting every ten years, and you'll want to choose the flooring that is both durable and cost-efficient for the best results. Nylon is a reasonable choice, but it doesn't provide extended stain protection from a polyester polymer. Of course, your options will depend on other factors, but durability is a great starting point.
Hard surface flooring can be easier to clean and maintain. Still, the comfort and noise reduction available from carpet is well worth the effort, especially if your rental unit has upper-level living spaces. If you also rent commercial spaces, carpet is still an excellent choice, especially in healthcare, hospitality, or educational locations.
When hard surface flooring is the preferred option, we suggest luxury vinyl, especially when extensive durability is required. These floors provide excellent protection against fading, scratches, dents, and dings that can last up to 20 years or more with proper maintenance. Another great option is laminate flooring, providing the same beauty, durability, and ease of installation, so your costs remain reasonable, especially over time. If you'd like to see more flooring options, or discuss your specific needs, be sure to visit us
at your convenience.