Floor & Tile Installation FAQs
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We offer a variety of flooring options, including hardwood, laminate, vinyl, carpet, and various tile types (ceramic, porcelain, natural stone). We’ll work with you to determine the best fit for your space and needs.
Absolutely! Radiant floor heating is an excellent option for added comfort, especially for tile floors in bathrooms. We can discuss the various systems available and their benefits during our consultation.
Proper floor preparation is crucial for a successful installation. Our team will assess the condition of your subfloor, level uneven areas, and recommend whether old flooring should be removed or if installation can occur over it.
Both are types of ceramic tiles, but porcelain tiles are denser and less porous due to being fired at higher temperatures. This often makes porcelain more durable and water-resistant than standard ceramic tiles.
Yes, we stand by our work. We provide a warranty on installation in addition to any manufacturer’s warranty on the flooring material. Specific terms will be outlined in our contract.
Our experienced design consultants will guide you through the selection process, considering factors like traffic volume, moisture levels, aesthetics, and budget to help you choose the perfect option for your space.
Use protective pads under furniture legs, avoid dragging heavy items, sweep or vacuum regularly to remove debris, and consider using area rugs in high-traffic areas. We’ll provide more detailed maintenance advice upon completion.
Solid hardwood is made from a single piece of wood, while engineered hardwood has a top layer of natural wood bonded to multiple layers of plywood. Engineered wood tends to be more resistant to changes in humidity and can often be installed in areas where solid hardwood might not be suitable, like basements.
Yes, for wet areas, it’s crucial to choose tiles with low porosity and high slip-resistance. Porcelain tiles are a popular choice due to their low water absorption rate. We’ll guide you through selecting appropriate tiles for specific areas.