The benefits accrue. But it almost certainly depends on the setting to which the hardwood floor must make its first appearance. It would almost certainly depend for which purposes the actual premises have been prepared for. And it would most certainly depend on the property or business owner’s own aesthetic aspirations. So that being said, there is hardly a chance of him not liking a hardwood floor. Because who doesn’t like wood?
Wood always conjures up positive images and feelings. Even in an industrial setting, you sometimes get the feeling that you are stuck somewhere out in the countryside. And who would not want that? Open clean fresh air, always surrounded by mountain cliffs and of course, forest firs. You get that feeling too that you are right at home, whether it be in a log cabin or a countryside or village town cottage.
This works well for service-oriented businesses that do need to entertain clientele on the premises on a regular basis. You would usually find that special emphasis would be placed on the reception area or lobby hall of the business premises. And of course, it makes good business sense to ensure that the property’s exteriors are looking attractive to passersby. But would it be practical to have hardwood flooring out of doors.
Because now the business owner has got to watch out for the weather. It will not last. The wood will not last if it stretches out of doors. There is rain. And there is sunshine. Wood exposes to both elements would not last as long as wood secured indoors. Unless of course the smart business owner is prepared to put aside a little additional expense for the maintenance and cleaning work that will surely be required.