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Hardwood Floor Installation
Planks from a single piece of wood are machined to make solid hardwood floors. Solid hardwood floors were initially installed perpendicular to wooden support beams of a structure known as joists or bearers for structural purposes.
Engineered Hardwood Floor Installation
Engineered wood flooring has a surface appearance that is nearly comparable to that of solid wood, but it is actually built of a high-quality plywood core with a thin layer of solid wood flooring on top.
Hardwood Floor Refinishing
The process of refinishing include sanding the floor's top layer and covering the pre-existing wood with new stain and lacquer. Your floor can be restored to its former gleam with just a drum sander, stain, and lacquer.
Vinyl Floor Installation
A synthetic flooring option made of polyvinyl chloride plastic is vinyl flooring. Small colored polyvinyl chloride pieces are heated, pressed into thin layers, and then attached to create flexible vinyl sheets that can be used as-is or can be divided into tiles or planks.
Laminate Floor Installation
Laminate flooring is a synthetic floor covering that has been designed to look like wood flooring or sometimes stone flooring. It has been a popular choice with DIY enthusiasts for decades. Traditionally it offered a cheaper alternative to real wood.
Luxury Vinyl Plank Floor Installation
Luxury vinyl is a long-lasting, waterproof flooring material that resembles stone or hardwood. Multiple layers are used in the engineering and manufacturing of luxury vinyl to help with design, durability, and maintenance.