Commercial Flooring

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Are your floors outdated?
Is your business going through a design change?
Are you looking for updated flooring options that suit your needs and budget?

If any of these situations sound familiar, you’re in luck, you’ve landed in the right space!

At Jack Laurie Group, we’re the commercial flooring experts. From the installation to the best floor care practices, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to learn more about some of the flooring options available to you and a few reasons why each option may be the right fit for your facility.

Every facility has unique needs when it comes to the type of flooring they choose. Getting to talk with our experienced team members will provide you with the best solution, the right materials based on usage, budget, and design so you’re satisfied when it comes to making such a big decision for your business.

Below you’ll see some of our regular commercial flooring options. In addition to these options, we offer specialty flooring options that you can find on our Epoxy & Resinous Flooring, or Sports and Athletic Floors page.


Carpet is one of the most popular and frequently-selected flooring options for all types of commercial spaces.


  • Very versatile
  • Soft surface
  • Economical, affordable price
  • Easy installation process
  • Design friendly with a limitless amount of colors and options to choose from

Our high-quality carpeting products ensure that your carpets perform and look great for longer than ever before. Our carpets are stain-, soil-, and fade-resistant and respond amazingly to our floor maintenance program. They also never “zipper,” edge-ravel, or delaminate. We ensure that our clients are provided with carpet that performs and appears great for 10 to 15 years.

Our innovative technology provides unlimited choices when it comes to style, patterns, and colors. We provide only the finest and highest-quality commercial carpets, including Mohawk, Lees, Interface, Shaw, and many others.

Ceramic Tile & Stone

Ceramic tile and natural stones are one of the fastest-growing segments of the market for a reason and they’re a great option for a variety of commercial uses.

  • Ideally used for restrooms, commercial kitchens, cafeterias, foyers, and throughout commercial facilities.
  • It is the most durable and easiest to clean of all commercial floor products and is the fastest-growing segment of the market.
  • This flooring product has also dropped significantly in price, making it a competitive product in the market.
  • Ceramic tile and natural stone options include glazed and unglazed floor tile, glazed wall tile, glazed and unglazed ceramic mosaic tile, porcelain tile, quarry tile, marble, slate, and granite
The team at Jack Laurie Group are experts at hard tiles and frequently receive training at DalTile and Mapei to stay up-to-date with the latest ceramic tile products and installation techniques. We are focused on helping you find the best type of ceramic tile and stone product for your budget and goals.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles & Planks

  • Economical and affordable
  • Easy to install, second only to carpet
  • High durability and resistant to abrasion
Our team offers both vinyl tile and luxury vinyl tile (LVT), giving floors a unique look such as natural wood, stone, metal, and other exotic visuals. Our focus is to ensure you receive the best type of vinyl flooring based on your targets, expectations, aesthetics, and performance requirements. We install products from the very best manufacturers, including Amtico, Captiva, Altro, and Partarre.

Sheet Vinyl

  • Frequently used in healthcare environments, hospitals, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and medical office buildings
  • Seamless flooring so it’s hygienic, easy to clean and maintain
  • Excellent for high-traffic walkways as it’s able to withstand heavy rolling loads and heavy static loads
  • Resistant to indentations, gouging, and staining
Our team is uniquely qualified to install sheet vinyl products, as these have a complex installation process. Our team includes the largest pool of skilled sheet vinyl installers in the state, and we successfully execute hundreds of sheet vinyl projects each year. We guarantee the highest satisfaction with your installation, as we focus on tailoring our service to your needs.


Hardwood floors have increased in popularity in commercial applications as they beauty and warmth to facilities. Our team installs solid hardwood floors, engineered hardwood floors, and laminate floors (hardwood floor imitators), each of which has its advantages and use-cases. Why might these be a great option for you?

  • With proper maintenance, hardwood floors can last a lifetime
  • Offered in a variety of different styles, grades, and colors
Our highly-skilled contractors will help you sort through the hundreds of different styles, grades, and colors to help you select the best options for your needs. Our team is certified by the top wood floor manufacturers Kahrs, Hartco, and Bruce, as well as the only commercially-rated laminate manufacturer, WilsonArt.


Rubber is popular in healthcare facilities, schools, and public buildings such as airports and museums. Why might rubber be a good choice for your facility?

  • Rubber flooring products are eco-friendly, tough, hard-wearing, and often last up to 20 years.
  • The product is made of sap from tropical rubber trees, which is a sustainable and natural raw material.
  • Its need for removal and disposal is infrequent, and old rubber products can be recycled into other rubber products.
  • Rubber flooring products are an excellent option for commercial spaces with a “green” focus
Jack Laurie Group has the highest-skilled talent for these often difficult installations. Our team has been performing rubber flooring installations since 1950 and has installed this product in a wide range of commercial spaces.

Safety Flooring

Safety flooring improves traction in both wet and dry conditions and is the best option in any facility where slip-and-fall issues are a top priority.

  • Great for locker rooms, shower areas, restaurants, commercial kitchens, indoor pools & spa decks, and automotive repair shops.
  • This type of product also provides a visible exit pathway and is useful in the event of a power failure, smoke, or any type of disaster where visibility is obstructed
The JLG team has successfully sold and installed hundreds of safety flooring products and has true expertise in this type of installation. We are certified in Johnsonite’s manufacturing Safe-T-First and Stride Products, and our team of experts is up-to-date with all of the latest products and innovations in the safety flooring industry.


Linoleum isn’t as popular in today’s world, but being over 100 years old, it’s resurgence is due to Leadership in Energy Design (LEED). Why might linoleum be a good choice for your facility?

  • More popular in schools, healthcare facilities, and restaurants
  • Natural-made product from linseed oil, wood flour, rosin, jute, and limestone
  • Can withstand heavy rolling carts and high foot traffic
  • Made with non-hazardous and renewable raw materials
  • Durable, decorative, and fire-resistant
  • Our team members are experts at completing linoleum floor installation as we’ve been installing this type of flooring since the beginning
Our team has expertly completed countless linoleum projects, as we are one of the few contractors in the state of Indiana that has the skilled talent to take on these difficult installations. We are certified by Forbo, the largest manufacturer in the world, and will ensure the best linoleum installation for your facility.

Green & Sustainable

Companies and organizations have an increased focus and demand for “green” flooring products as the world becomes more environmentally conscious. This is led by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) initiative, which has certification levels for new construction, commercial interiors, and existing buildings.

Our team offers a myriad of products that count toward your organization’s LEED certification. These include:

  • Carpet fibers made from recycled pop bottles (polyester fiber)
  • Carpet fibers made from starch-based agricultural waste products (polylactic acids)
  • Carpet backing made from recovered automotive windshields (polyvinyl butyls), among others

We are highly skilled in sustainable flooring installation and on the cutting-edge of all sustainable floor coverings. We’ve installed several floors in projects that have received the platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system, and we strive to provide the highest-quality installation for your facility and assist you in achieving your LEED certification goals.