Commercial Flooring Systems Commonly Used

Flooring has become more and more popular over the years for kitchens, bathrooms, and even other rooms throughout the house.

A commercial floor system is basically a group of components that are locked, connected, or tied together. After completion, the system makes the floor in a commercial building such as offices, factories, or other properties. Here are some types of commercial ‘raised access floor’ (also known as ‘ชั้นเข้าถึง’ in the Thai language) systems commonly used today.

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Wood dimensions

One of the most common types of commercial floors is wood dimensions. Usually, this will include three elements:

– Balok.

– Jois.

– Subfloors.

Each of these elements has certain goals and functions. The beam extends all floor-length and to provide strength throughout the system, especially in the middle. 

Jois is much shorter and runs perpendicular to the beam. The middle points must rest on the beam to add stability to the structure. 

The subfloor is just a layer of plywood or an oriented strand that is attached to the beam with glue and screw, with the floor above.

Concrete system

Concrete is very popular as a commercial floor system. Concrete can be easily installed by pouring it into the building frame. Besides pouring concrete, other general systems are concrete cast.

Raised floor system.

The system structure that is increased is very fundamental and standardized. When using a base, they will sit in landing in the pattern or grid plan. From there, the panel was above, supported by the base itself. This structure provides support and stability.

There are various types of floors to be chosen for your commercial building. Consider the way it is produced, installed, and the care profile before making your final decision.