Hello. I have a DIY question. We are going through a 3-floor remodeling project and nearing the end of the quest (we are not doing the work ourselves). One of the last features is moving the washer and dryer from the basement to the second floor and then using that space to MAKE MY WOODSHOP BIGGER!! I'd like to put a nice but very durable floor down. Currently I have a bunch of old rubber interlocking tiles on the floor -- very durable but shabby looking, especially alongside what we have done to the rest of the house. The floor is concrete. One wall is adjacent to the garage, a second wall is adjacent to the basement proper and the two outer walls are basically at ground level. No water problems or moisture noticed in 20 years. My heaviest machines are the drill press and lathe - they will be stationary. The table saw is on a wheeled-base that I sometimes need to move to accommodate a full sheet of plywood. I want a wood-looking floor, likely vinyl plank (reclaimed chestnut, for example). I would appreciate suggestions for the choices I will have; floating vs glue-down, residential vs commercial; which brand/line, etc. Thank you!