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Hardwood Floors Installaion
Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring is fully licensed and insured, and with decades of experience, we can deliver professional quality artistry. Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring experts have advanced training, years of experience, and natural skills amplified using high-end products, tools, and equipment offered only to licensed professionals. Continuing to uphold our high moral standards and work ethics, along with executing friendly customer service, your experience with Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring will be memorable, so much so you will count on us for all of your projects.
Types of Hardwood Flooring Installs
Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring provides installation services for commercial and residential properties that are truly exceptional, offering multiple methods, including nail-down installation, glue-down installation, and floating installation for various hardwood floor installation. We install the natural, prefinished laminate, vinyl plank, and many other types of wood.
Nail Down Hardwood Floor Installation
Hardwood floor installation in your home or business is commonly installed with the nail-down installation method. With Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring performing the service, you know it will be done the first time correctly. The nail-down installation method is ideal for both solid and engineered hardwood floors and if the subfloor is constructed of wooden materials. With Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring, the nail-down installation is performed with a systematic strategy to ensure maximum results.
Glue Down Hardwood Floor Installation
Glue-down installation methods are frequently used in commercial businesses, and residential homes are most effective on concrete subfloors. In most cases, the concrete slab needs to be pretreated to ensure it is evened out. Once that procedure is finished, Mr. Rogers Hardwood Flooring begins carefully gluing down your hardwood floor with precision and smooth techniques.
Floating Hardwood Floor Installation
This installation procedure is often used with the hardwood flooring designed to click and interlock with each other. It may or may not be required to be glued to each other. Floating installation indicates that it is not secured to the subfloor. Most floating hardwood floor installations are for engineered wood.