Home Flooring Installation
The independent business providers we work with take great pride in their work. They are qualified to install all types of floor covering and perform many types of home renovation projects. Our list of clients includes nationally well-known stores such as Lowes, Carpets of Dalton, Becklers, ProSource, and Myers as well as many insurance companies, realtors, general contractors, designers and thousands of satisfied homeowners through the southeast and midwest.
We believe that the flooring installation company you choose is just as important as the carpet you select. Make sure you select a professional company with a strong reputation, experience, insurance, industry certifications and a warranty to stand behind when it comes to your carpet. installation. Our installers are all CFI certified and use the latest in Kool Glide seaming technology to reduce VOCs that you get from traditional seam tape.
Wood and Laminate
The right hardwood, engineered wood, or laminate subcontractor can be the difference between 2 months of beauty or 20 years. Many pre-finished hardwoods out there today are warranted for greater lengths of time due to the advancement of the stains and finishes to the hardwood, but these warranties are only good if the installation is done correctly.
Many styles of laminate are sold as or thought to be do-it-yourself (DIY) installations because they are installed as floating floors and do not require glue, staples, or nails. Actual installation, however, is not always as simple as it sounds, especially with a product that still has to acclimate the same as wood flooring. Laminate installation requires a skilled professional just the same as a hardwood installation or other flooring installations.
Tile & Marble
Floor, wall, and backsplash tile installation can vary as much as the imagination, but you need the right company to carry it out. Transitioning from layout to finished product is both timely and complex, especially when dealing with patterns, under-floor heating, crack suppression, and enhancers. Additional materials for tile installation can vary greatly depending on surface application or sub-floor composition and conditions. Tile installation can be messy, but the finished product is always beautiful!
The biggest thing that has not changed about vinyl is the need of precision installation. Vinyl is a product that once it is cut, it is extremely difficult to patch or repair. The initial installation is vital to the life of the vinyl and its installation. Proper floor preparation is an absolute must when working with vinyl, especially sheet vinyl. And installing underlayment, when needed, is just as important as installing the vinyl.