There's a Right Way and a Wrong Way to Install Hardwood
There are many installation methods out there, and it often depends upon the type of hardwood. As they have the training and flooring experience, professional hardwood installation teams know exactly when they need to staple, glue, or nail down wood flooring.
A Proper Estimate, Not a Guesstimate
When you call in the pros, they'll spend the time to accurately measure the space where they'll be installing flooring, and provide you with a service estimate. In the end, you'll save money since they know precisely how much flooring, subfloor, quarter-round, and adhesive they'll need for the job.
Expert Hardwood Installation Team Means Expert Tools
Since an installation crew spends their work hours installing floors, they'll obviously have the necessary tools to do so. If you were to install your hardwood flooring yourself, you'd be stuck buying some expensive tools that you may never use again.
Protect Your New Flooring Investment And Your Home
Regardless of your home reno savviness, you may end up inadvertently ruining your new floors or damaging your home. Instead, if you hire an expert hardwood installation crew, you'll be assured zero hardwood and structural damage, proper plank flooring alignment, and no unsightly inter-plank gapping.
Are you looking for full-service hardwood flooring installation? Do you need hardwood flooring recommendations and advice? Then you'll want to visit the Hardwood Floor Company showroom in Juno Beach, FL to see our wide variety of flooring, or talk about hardwood installation. If you live in the Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach, Juno Beach, Palm Beach, or West Palm Beach areas, then come over and check us out!