Hardwood Floor Installation

With the proper installation and care, hardwood floors are an investment that will last for a long time. Installation can be a painstaking process but we take pride in leaving your home looking as beautiful as we found it. There are different modes of installation for engineered wood strips, solid wood strips, and parquet. With all modes of installation moisture testing is imperative to ensure proper installation.Our expert technicians have seen every situation and are proficient in different types of installation for hardwood flooring.

Why Install Hardwood Floors?
Wood flooring is the most abundantly renewable flooring material available. Sustainable forest management makes it possible to harvest wood without any serious impact on the environment, because trees are a renewable resource that can be replaced time and time again. Read more about  Why Hardwood Floors....



Installing hardwood floors in your home is a big decision to make, and with so many options available this task can be daunting. One of the biggest concern in hardwood floor installation is whether to use pre-finished hardwood flooring, or unfinished solid hardwood flooring. Both kinds of wood flooring has its advantages and disadvantages but none the less, both will give your home the added beauty and value that only hardwood flooring brings. Read more about Installing Pre-finished Hardwood Flooring Vs Installing Finished Hardwood Flooring....

Installing Pre-finished Versus Unfinished Hardwood Floor 

Hardwood Floor Terminologies for Newbies

Hardwood Floor Terminology for Newbies


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When faced with the dilemma of figuring out the best way to go about your hardwood flooring project, it is best to know what are things called and what they mean in the world of wood flooring. This way you understand better what the professionals are talking about.This article aims to put some technical words used by hardwood floor contractors or technicians in lay mans term.


Sub floors or sub flooring is the floor that the hardwood flooring will be installed on. It can be wood, cement, or beams. Hardwood flooring can be glued or nailed down to.... Read more about Hardwood Floor Terminologies for Newbies

Different Types of Hardwood Flooring Installation
There are different methods of installation for hardwood flooring. Factors such as the kind of hardwood flooring you prefer or what kind of sub flooring you have in your homes, a professional hardwood floor installer should be able to determine for you the best way to do it. Make sure that when you hire a hardwood flooring contractor, they will be able to provide you with quality wood floor installation and can provide you with a service that is based on your hardwood flooring needs. Read more about the Different Types of Hardwood Flooring Installation....
Different Kinds of Hardwood Flooring

Wood Flooring adds beauty and value to your home. With so many options to choose from, we would like to help make that decision easier by offering some basic information about your wood flooring options. The main choices include:

Solid Hardwood Flooring

A solid piece of hardwood, generally cut into 3/4" thick planks. Recommended for above ground; not recommended for concrete slabs.  Read more about Different Kinds of Hardwood Flooring ....​​

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