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Five Benefits of Hiring A Licensed Contractor to Install Your Floors

When it comes to remodeling a room in your home, it can be tempting to want to scratch your DIY itch. All those renovation shows make it look so easy! But, when it comes to laying flooring, there are many compelling reasons why you should trust an expert to do it for you. 

Licensed flooring contractors can bring professionalism, superb customer service, knowledge, and organization to your project so you get the floors you want done right, the first time. 

5 Benefits of Hiring a Licensed Flooring Contractor

1. Faster, Better Installation

Hiring a professional flooring contractor is crucial if you want your project done quickly–and correctly. When you don’t know what you’re doing, many DIY-ers will end up stretching their timeline or blowing their budget as there are many complications that can occur during flooring installation. This is important when you consider that flooring is literally the basis of many renovations. It has to be done before trim, cabinets and work on the walls – meaning this stage can delay others and once passed it is very difficult to fix any mistakes.

Things like not considering the proper preparation steps, measuring and cutting wrong, not buying enough material, or simply realizing you’ve taken on more than you can handle: these slip-ups can all add up to big, costly, time-consuming messes.

No matter what space you’re re-flooring, hiring a licensed flooring contractor helps guarantee your job will be done on time, barring unforeseen circumstances. These pros have the experience and know-how to navigate even the most complicated project.

2. Project Management

Sometimes half the battle of flooring is the planning stage. Knowing what flooring type is best suited to the space/occupants, how to demolish, repair or prepare an area for new floors, sticking to a budget and timeline, and what to expect throughout the flooring installation: you have to have a handle on these things to ensure a smooth project.

A seasoned, trustworthy flooring contractor can help guide you through the decision-making process to determine the best course of action for your renovation. 

3. Trustworthy, Accountable, and Certified

Perhaps one of the main reasons you should consider hiring a licensed flooring contractor is that they are fully accountable (and insured) for their work, meaning you can trust that they have your best interest in mind! 

The trouble with hiring unlicensed contractors or a friend to do your floors is they’re more likely to cut corners just to get the job done faster. Worse yet, should you encounter a problem like improper installation, an unlicensed contractor is under no obligation to fix it, so most won’t — sadly, you get what you pay for.

A licensed flooring contractor, on the other hand, is registered, properly trained in both technique and method, and applies current industry standards (rules, laws, methods, techniques) to every project they do for a flawless flooring installation. 

4. Satisfaction Guaranteed

Hiring a trustworthy licensed flooring contractor means you’re hiring a professional who works with you, values your opinion, and provides you with outstanding customer service. Because licensed contractors put a premium on your happiness you know that they will work with you to ensure you’re satisfied every step of the way.

To help you select the right flooring contractor, start by asking them these 5 questions

5. Tricks and Tools of the Trade

Just the same as any other profession, to become proficient at anything you need to understand how the process works. There’s a lot that can go wrong with flooring installation. Many people underestimate the time, skill, and mastery that goes into laying flooring so they assume anyone can do it (there will be exceptions of course) but laying flooring isn’t as straightforward as it seems. 

For example, hardwood flooring needs to acclimate to the client’s home before it’s installed to prevent gapping or warping when the temperature in their home drops or rises, causing the floor to expand or contract. 

Another inconvenience to laying flooring is knowing what tools you need to complete the job. Some tools carry a hefty price tag or require renting; this can add to your cost or timeframe if you plan on installing floors yourself. 

Many of these pitfalls can be avoided by hiring a professional flooring contractor. And as an added bonus, licensed contractors are fully liable so should anything bad happen on-site, they’re insured.

Benefits of Hiring a Licensed Flooring Contractor

Licensed flooring contractors are all about pleasing their clients by providing both exceptional flooring and customer service. So if you’re considering refreshing a room in your home, it’s always worthwhile contacting the professions, like us, to see if they’re a good match for your project.

Drop us a line. We’re happy to help with your flooring installation, be it the project itself or questions about the project. 

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