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Professional Flooring Installation
Looking to refinish your existing floors or maybe a whole new look? We're experience and ready to tackle our greatest flooring project yet.
New Floors For A New Look
Creating The Vision
You most likely already have an idea of what kind of flooring your wanting. Make sure you’re taking the time to research the quality of flooring types prior to committing to a particular one.
You can always ask us.
Next, let's schedule a time to discuss your ideas and get to know each other. This allows us to ask appropriate questions and visit your home or property to better serve you. It's ok to bring samples if any, photos, among others things that will help explain your ideas.
A genuine flooring expert will give you a detailed plan and show you how they’ll handle the mess that goes with the work. It’s your contractor’s responsibility to put together a plan that provides an overview of the entire flooring process. We'll make sure we have decided on the type of flooring material, the work needs to be performed and timeline - A complete scope of your project.
It's A Messy Job
Exposed nails can be a danger to youngsters who are not effectively supervised. It’s up to a professional flooring contractor to prevent such an injury. The last thing you need to happen is for a contractor to create a potential hazard for your children.
Your satisfaction and our reputation are two things we take very seriously; that's why we personally manage every project we take on and work with safety in mind.
A new floor is ready for you to enjoy for many years to come!
We will do a final walk-through with you, jump up and down to check everything is in working order, and sign off on your new floor.
Common Flooring Questions
With most of us having a busy lifestyle, having one less thing to clean is a must. Sweeping, vacuuming, and maintaining your floors should be the least of your worries when you’re trying to get the most out of the time you have. We hand picked 3 flooring options that will save you time, money and headaches.
Looking for a durable flooring style that will last decades to come, consider engineered hardwood. Planks are designed to withstand above average pressures including heat, moisture, and weight. The surface is so strong, you won’t accrue the same amount of scratches or denting over time that you might experience with a softer wood floors, which means you won’t have to worry about refinishing your floors. Maintenance is easy with this one. Simply sweep and dry mop weekly.
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Ceramic tile floors are hard and durable. They won’t scratch or dent, and they’re resistant to water as well. Ceramic is very stain resistant, so you don’t have to worry about set in spills, and you’ll be sure to find a ceramic tile flooring that matches your style since it's one of the most versatile flooring options on the market. Very low maintenance just like concrete.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
Luxury vinyl tile, or LVT, is a form of vinyl flooring that brings together the cost-effectiveness of vinyl, with the look and strength of tile. Very easy to maintain as it only requires regular sweeping to keep them looking like new. Vinyl is water and stain resistant as well, so feel free to use it in rooms where spills might be more common.
The short answer: it depends.
Things to consider are is it a starter home? Meaning is the home for an entry level first time buyers? Do the rest of the homes in the neighborhood mostly have laminate floors? If you answered yes to both of these questions then, possibly yes, laminate could increase the value, but not by much.
If the home is a larger in a "more upscale" neighborhood, then probably not. Appraisers are attune to the “value” of certain options and analyze the sales of similar homes in the area. They note what amenities are common and add or subtract depending on what is in your house. So you are essentially competing with neighbors based on what was in their house and what it sold for.
Yes in deed! Hardwood floors have a much higher return on investment
Hardwood flooring just seems to impress more. New buyers will tend to pay $10,000 on the price of a $200,000 home if you have hardwood flooring over carpeting. If your investment was only $4,000 for the hardwood upgrade over the cost of new carpeting, you’ve made $6,000 if you sold your home!
Hardwood floors are much cleaner than carpet. Carpet is impossible to fully clean. Dirt, dust and dander will accumulate under the padding and weave over time. With hardwood flooring, all is needed is a vacuum and mop to last you many years to come.