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The flooring industry is a sector that has seen constant growth and is projected to continue to grow in the coming years. However, its offerings tend to change with consumer flooring demand, market size, and industry trends in order to stay competitive.

The flooring market tends to overlap with other industries, like the construction industry, since it is an important component in most construction projects. The flooring industry includes a wide range of flooring materials, types and services. The best flooring installers take great care during the installation process to ensure a long-lasting product and professional finish. For example, ceramic tiles can last between 75-100 years with proper installation. Wood flooring can also last 100 years or more when properly installed. No matter the flooring choices, people who truly understand their craft in the flooring industry want the job done right.

Types of flooring within the industry

As consumer trends change, the types of flooring provided by companies also changes. Listed are some of the most common flooring options and materials:

  • Hardwood flooring
  • Engineered hardwood
  • Carpet
  • Ceramic tile
  • Vinyl flooring
  • Laminate flooring
  • Stone and concrete
  • Linoleum
  • Resilient flooring

Types of services within the industry

  • Installation
  • Removal and residential replacement of floors and floor tile
  • Sanding and refinishing
  • Cleaning

No matter the type of material, or the flooring project, Trimaco offers a range of surface protection materials and floor coverings from breathable floor protection boards to water resistant options that will protect any type of flooring product or hard surface, even in high traffic areas. We also provide a safe, non-slip shoe cover that prevents further damage.

Trimaco and the flooring industry

Be sure to explore our full line of floor covering and protection solutions, as well as a range of shoe covers to keep your non-resilient and resilient flooring safe. Listed are some of the more popular products in the commercial flooring and residential flooring industries:

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