In addition to our extensive collection of residential flooring options, we also offer commercial grade flooring. When updating the flooring for your business, you need products that are durable and long lasting, but also add a sense of style to your office or retail space. For commercial businesses, the type of flooring you choose impacts the look, feel, and sound of your space. The experts at Migala Carpet One, located in Portage and Kalamazoo, MI, have you and your business covered when it comes to helping you choose the right floors.
Having a quick turnover time for installation is important to a business, so we only provide contractors that can get the job done right and on time so your business isn't disrupted.
Our team of flooring experts is here to help you through our selection of commercial flooring and to answer questions you have. From our expert sales team to our trusted installers, you can be guaranteed that your business will be in good hands.
We offer a full line of commercial options ranging from carpet tile, luxury vinyl, and linoleum products. Be sure to contact Migala Carpet one at 269-743-0254 and ask for a commercial flooring sales associate.
We are proud to service commercial spaces in the areas of Southwest Michigan including Kalamazoo, Portage, Battle Creek, the Lakeshore, Niles, Sturgis, and Three Rivers.
Some of our commercial work includes:
Consider carpet tiles for your next commercial carpet project. Carpet tiles are easy to clean, stain resistant, and incredibility easy to replace. There are several different colors, patterns and more to choose from, so you can choose a pattern or style that reflects your business and impresses your customers.
Just like commercial carpet tiles, commercial carpet flooring is made to be stain resistant and wear resistant, making it a great choice for commercial spaces like offices and waiting rooms. These carpets run wall to wall and create a uniform look in your commercial space.
Commercial vinyl flooring is made to handle everything from dirt to rolling traffic. These floors can handle even the toughest of challenges when it comes to commercial spaces. Vinyl flooring features surfaces that are resistant to scratching and staining, and many options feature moisture resistance.