Hardwood floors are an investment in the value of your home as well as beautiful when they are properly installed. Many believe they can save money on their new floors with some elbow grease and a DIY instructional video. However, installing prefinished hardwood flooring in Kennesaw, GA, is not as easy as you might think. The experts at Emperial Hardwood Floors have a few good reason why you should consider a professional installation.
You’ve picked out your new flooring but what happens to the old flooring? Carpet isn’t too difficult to remove but there is still the matter of dragging it to the dump for proper disposal. Removing tile is difficult, back-breaking work, and the grout that remains must be sanded away with a buffer to ensure a level surface for your new wood flooring. Subflooring must be installed to ensure an even surface before the new floor is put into place. There is also the task of moving your furniture and disposing of all construction waste. Many professional flooring contractors offer these services as well so you don’t have to.
Wood floors are durable and guaranteed to last a lifetime. Many homeowners only have to go through the installation process once during the life of their home. A professional flooring technician will oversee many installations during his or her career and gain considerable expertise in the craft. Many flooring providers require educational training through a vocational school but hands-on experience is key to ensuring a proper installation, problem solving, and regular maintenance. Always inquire about the educational qualifications of your flooring technicians. Their expertise and professionalism will be reflected in their work as well as client reviews on websites like the Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List, and Google.
As mentioned above, removing old flooring is labor-intensive and installing new floor is no small project. A team of professional flooring technicians will see your personal project through to completion quickly and safely. Safety is always a priority, especially when handling high-powered construction tools and caustic chemicals necessary for the construction process. Verify that your flooring company is properly licensed and insured. Their business insurance protects you from liability in the event a technician is injured in your home.
Have peace of mind when you hire a professional for your hardwood flooring installation in Kennesaw, GA.