To get an idea of how important professional flooring installation can be, we need to consider what you’ve gone through up to this point. You’ve researched all your options, visited flooring showrooms and shopped around online. You’ve spoken with various flooring professionals and read extensively on the ups and downs of all your favorite materials. When it’s all said and done, and you have purchased the flooring you’re satisfied with, the next feasible option is the professional installation of the material.
At Allstate Flooring, we offer more than ten years of experience in the flooring industry. Along with high-quality materials and extraordinary customer service, we also offer professional services to include installation. We appreciate the opportunity to serve the communities of the Tri-State Area, including New Jersey, Upstate New York, CT, Hamptons, and Long Island, and we’d love to serve all your flooring needs as well. To find out how we can do so, we urge you to stop by our showroom, located in New York, NY, at your convenience. Our flooring specialists are standing by to assist you in any way necessary.
Going with a handyman service or a novice installer for your flooring installation can leave you wishing you’d given more thought to the process. Not only can inexperience lead to premature aging and wear for your flooring, but it can even void your warranty. It seems worth it, in the beginning, to shave a few dollars off your budget, however it may create more problems than it solves.
Professional flooring installation means you’ll work with experts in the field. They have the necessary experience, having done the same job hundreds of times before. And they also have all the necessary tools to get the job done perfectly. This is very important, especially with materials such as carpet, hardwood, stone, and tile. Carpet, for example, absolutely must be stretched to avoid bunching and balding of your floors. Without this all-important step, you could be replacing your carpet far earlier than you should have to do. If tile, stone, or hardwood are improperly cut or damaged during the cutting process, there’s nothing left for you to do but purchase more product. In the end, this can create a much higher budget than necessary.
For more information about how our professional flooring installation can be of benefit to you, contact us or stop by our showroom today.