How Are Hardwood Floors Installed?

Hardwood Flooring is elegant, chic, and versatile. It’s timeless. If you’re thinking of investing in hardwood flooring for either your home or your business, you’re in for a real treat.

Before you get started, you may be curious about how it’s all going to work.

What are the steps that you need to get ready for your hardwood flooring contractor? What steps will your hardwood flooring contractor going to take to provide you with your new hardwood floors? Let’s find out.

How Are Hardwood Floors Installed

How Do You Get Started with Hardwood Flooring Installation?

The first step to your new hardwood floors is choosing the right boards for your space. You’ll need to think about the color, width, and pricing for your boards. Then, you’ll need to measure the room.

Accurate measurements are going to lay the foundation for the success of your hardwood flooring installation, so make sure everything is exact.

When Does the Actual Installation Start?

Before you can have a successful hardwood flooring installation, you need a detailed plan. Once the plan is set, we’ll get started on your actual installation.

The first thing to do is make sure the whole area is cleaned and cleared. This will including moving any furniture and potentially clearing out the original floor so we can get to the sub-floor.

Any issues we find with the sub-floor will be solved before laying down the floor’s under-layers, and then finally the new boards.

Is There Anything Else You Need to Do?

After the flooring is successfully installed, you can opt to have the floor protected with polyurethane. Fresh, unfinished hardwood can benefit from this process specifically.

This flooring finish will help your new hardwood floor look its best while also providing a protective layer to keep your new floor going strong for years to come.

Call on Dragon Scale Flooring for Your Hardwood Flooring!

Dragon Scale Flooring is here to help you with every step of the hardwood flooring installation process. We are a trusted and experienced hardwood flooring contractor with a wealth of experience and industry knowledge. Give us a call at 844-2DS-FLOOR to get started.

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