When shopping around for the perfect floor for your home or business, it’s important to remember your floor is only as good as the installation. A poorly installed floor will cost you more money than a properly installed floor ever will. Flooring is a huge expense in a home or business, so it’s imperative to protect that investment by having it properly installed.
An experienced flooring installer knows how to properly prep your slab or subfloor for the new floor’s installation, and if you’re installing over an existing floor, they will know how to do that as well. While installing a floor may seem easy, it’s a complicated process that only an experienced flooring installer will know. You may not know how to handle problems that could creep up as a DIY installer.
A poorly installed floor will not only create issues with the flooring, but can look cheap no matter how expensive and luxurious the flooring actually is. An experienced flooring installer will know the ins and outs of matching seams in carpeting, finding the best way to lay and pattern a tile floor in your bathroom or kitchen, and will be able to notch around doorways and baseboards with minimal waste.
While the initial investment of having professionals install your floor may seem a bit much, the cost savings over time add up. An improperly installed floor will cost you more money in repairs and maintenance than a properly installed floor ever could. It will last longer, look better, and protect your investment in your home or business than a poor installation.