Wood Flooring

Durable and beautiful, wood flooring is a popular choice for modern and traditional homes. Soft, hard and engineered wood are used for flooring. Wooden floors come in a wealth of colors, finishes and styles. They are typically sealed with to protect the wood from moisture, scratches, and general wear and tear. Improperly installed or repaired wood flooring disturbs the look of a space and can be costly to repair. Getting an experienced, insured and qualified flooring expert to work on wood flooring will leave you with a professional finish that adds value and enjoyment to your property.

Qualifications and Certification

Choose contractors that have extensive experience with the type of flooring you are installing. You should also look for contractors that are members of a national or State trade association such as the Flooring Contractors Association (www.fcica.com). Membership in one of these associations generally means the contractor is serious about maintaining industry and service standings. Contractors should also be listed with the Competent Persons Register, which means they have received proper training. When selecting a contractor, ask for references and samples of past work as well as proof of their qualifications and insurance.

Get Multiple Quotes

Get at least three quotes from different contractors. Estimates should include all costs of the project, including labor and materials. Use these cost estimates with other information you gather about your short-listed contractors will help you determine which one is best suited for your project.

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