Our Installation Services Make Your Floor Look It's Best
In addition to helping you select the perfect flooring for your home, we also pride ourselves in our installation services. From engineered and solid hardwood floor installation to carpet or laminate flooring installation and everything in between, you can rest assured that our experts will install your floor correctly, professionally and as quickly as possible. They'll also mind their mess and clean everything up before the job is done.
Despite the prevalence of do-it-yourselfers, it's important to hire a certified professional like San Jose Hardwood Floors for carpet and hardwood floor installation for two reasons:
If the floors are installed incorrectly the wood can have more problems with expansion and contraction.
If the carpet or hardwood floor installation isn't done right the warranty can be lost. Regardless of who you hire, make sure you always ask for credentials.
The entire staff at San Jose Hardwood Floors, including owner Butch Kirk, take the time to stay up-to-date on the latest trends in the carpeting and hardwood floor installation field with ongoing education opportunities both on- and off-site. All team members are certified in most manufacturer installation guides and practices including carpet, vinyl, hardwood (both finished and prefinished) and other types of floors.
At San Jose Hardwood Floors, our focus is doing the best job we can so your life is as easy as possible. Whether you buy your floors from us or not, contact us to help with your hardwood floor installation! Visit our showroom to find out more, too.
Why is Sub-Floor Leveling Important?
It's extremely important to prepare the sub-floor correctly for a couple of reasons. The moisture membrane and sub-floor leveling play a vital role in making sure your floor is level. Without both of these steps, your floors are more likely to expand and contract due to moisture. For wood, this can break the tongue and groove when the floor expands, turning your beautiful hardwood floors into an uneven, hazardous surface that is costly to fix.
Are you assuming the warranty will cover sub-floor leveling? Think again. To keep the warranty valid, your floors need to be installed properly by a certified professional. If the sub-floor isn't properly prepared according to the technical specifications, the manufacturer will void the warranty completely.
The good news is you have a lot of options! Before you hire a flooring contractor, make sure you ask to see their certifications. For example, our entire staff, including owner Butch Kirk, takes the time to stay up-to-date on the latest flooring news and techniques with ongoing education opportunities both on- and off-site. All of us on the San Jose Hardwood Floors team are also certified in most manufacturer installation guides and practices including carpet, vinyl and hardwood floors (both unfinished and pre-finished), which includes proper sub-floor leveling methods.