Denver Hardwood Floor Installation
Installing hardwood can really transform a room. New hardwood installation can mold to any design style making it a timeless addition. Wood isn’t a new trend in flooring, its been a popular choice for hundreds of years. Wood flooring is durable, beautiful and a great value. Hardwood isn’t one size fits all, it comes in an endless amount of options when you combine different species, stains, finishes and plank sizes.
When choosing a hardwood flooring installer you should look for a company that adheres to the strict polices the NWFA sets. The NWFA is designed to protect tradesman as well as homeowners. Our employees are trained in both installation and finishing techniques. With countless years of experience amongst our team and a list of satisfied customers we know you will feel confident in your choice to have our team work on your flooring project. We have the expertise and experience to be true craftsman of the hardwood industry. We provide our customers with beautiful installation because of our experience and training and well as our desire to provide a forever floor to our customers.
When installing hardwood flooring you need to follow strict guidelines to really provide a forever floor. Nailing properly, following nailing schedules, using proper gluing techniques and other factors create a perfect installation job. When installation is done properly and your floor is cared for properly it can last for 100 years or more. While we cant keep for your kids from damaging the floor or your pets from scratching it we can keep it from shifting or gapping excessively. We want your floor to be a treasure in your home that doesn’t require worry or concern.
- Follow guidelines set by NWFA
- Cleanup behind themselves each day
- Boarders are installed properly at hearth or fireplace
- Installation is tight
- High Quality wood mill products only
- Use glue as needed
What to Expect From Colorado Hardwood Floors
- On Time
- Answer questions and responds to concerns
- Follows NWFA standards
Exotic vs. Domestic
The two big categories of hardwood are domestic and exotic woods. Depending on where you live and the climate you may be able to use only specific types of wood. Domestic hardwoods are safer choice for most homes because they remain more stable but domestic woods still offer a lot of options and variety. An estimator will be bale to discuss hardwood species with you and what domestic and exotic woods are good choices for your lifestyle, home and climate.