Tile & Floating Flooring Installation Services
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When it comes to upgrading your home or business one of the most cost-effective and eye catching options you can do is to install new floors. Whether you want to natural stone or hardwood flooring, these options rejuvenate your home or business and have huge upsides financially. Allow our tile and floating flooring installation service to make your dream floors a reality.
When you choose our team to install your brand new floors, you’re protecting your investment and ensuring your floors are installed properly. We make sure to properly and completely remove your old floors, prepare the subfloor, and install your new tile flooring so that it is even, level, and doesn’t leave any large gaps through which water and dirt can affect your subfloor. We are your flooring experts and we look forward to working with you.
Tile Flooring for your CT or RI home or business has been used for centuries due to its construction and fantastic looks. It is truly one of the most widely used materials for all types of applications.
Tile flooring boasts the most wide array of materials used in its construction. The most popular of which is porcelain. Porcelain is extremely cost effective, looks great, and is very strong. Manufacturers have been increasingly proficient at making their products to look almost exactly like natural stone.
Tile can be installed on floors, walls, and showers. It is truly the only product that can be installed with the end result of being completely waterproof. This is a large reason that it is used in bathrooms and kitchens, even in commercial settings. Tile is one of the only products that can meet the rigid health standards of commercial restaurants in the CT & RI area.
Solid prefinished hardwood flooring gives you a similar end product as the sand-on-site hardwoods, with none of the smells, mess, and issues. As well as cutting down the installation time frame considerably. The solid prefinished hardwoods of today are documented to be 10 times more resistant to finish abrasion due to the advancement of aluminum oxide polyurethanes. Aluminum oxide is a factory applied polyurethane that is baked onto the hardwood, and can be applied in varying levels of finish gloss, or “shine.” This assures that under normal wear and tear, you can see a much longer finish life, resulting in fewer costly and inconvenient refinishing projects.
Most prefinished hardwood flooring is also UV treated to minimize the amount of finish color change from sunlight.
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