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Whilst carpet, in my opinion looks good initially. In a commercial environment wood flooring would be far more suitable and robust.
Maintenance is simple and although a little noisy runner rugs can be a brilliant foil.
Carpets should also be treated regularly with anti-dust mites cleaner as it saves you from ripping out the entire <a href="http://triad.floorcoveringsinternational.com">flooring</a> due to infestations.
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