Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer warranty for your work?

Yes. 1 year. We follow industry guidelines and manufacture specifications above all.

How long does it usually take to complete a project?

Timing vary depending on size and complexity of the job. We can install 700sq st to 1000sq ft of flooring in one day.

How late do you work?

We put on long days. We usually start working between 8am and 9am. And finish after 6pm. You certainly don’t want us in your house for a month, so the more we can squeeze out of a  day the sooner we finish your project.

Are you insured?

Yes. we are insured for residential and commercial jobs. Proof of insurance can be provided per customer request.

Can you install if I’m buying my floors somewhere else?

Yes. We are certified installers and happy to help regardless where you buy your floor

Do you offer free estimates?

Yes. We offer free Onsite Estimates.

How much do you charge?

We charge on a per square feet basis. Prices change depending on installation procedure and material type. Call us for a free consultation.

Do you do repairs? from other people’s work?

Yes. Believe it or not a lot of our work is repairing others job. No warranty on repairs.

Do you do small jobs?

We have a minimum 350 sq ft project. Or we will charge a minimum installation charge.

Does my floor need to acclimate?

Most hardwoods, Laminates and Vinyl floors do. Always follow manufacture instructions.

Solid wood floors Vs Engineered wood floors?

An engineered wood floor is constructed of layers of both hardwood and plywood, where solid hardwood is a solid piece of wood with no layers.

Which is better engineered or solid hardwood flooring?

Engineered wood is better than solid hardwood at dealing with moisture. Its plywood base is dimensionally stable, meaning that it warps and flexes less easily upon contact with moisture than solid wood. Fibers in plywood run in cross-wise layers, a far more stable structure than solid wood’s parallel fibers

Do hardwood floors increase home value?

Hardwood floors (solid or engineer) are the only surface that can add up to 2.5% to your home’s value.