When you hire our New Jersey flooring installation contractors for your project, you are guaranteed to achieve the best possible results. At Floor Town, we have the knowledge, skill, and experience necessary to achieve all of your goals in the most customized manner. We can guide you through every stage of the effort, including the critical demolition and sub-floor preparation phases.
If you are planning a flooring installation project in New Jersey, call Floor Town today. Our courteous and polite staff would be happy to assist you in any way that we can. We can schedule your appointment today.
One of the most often overlooked aspects of any flooring project is the demolition and disposal of the old floors that must be removed. Our New Jersey flooring installation experts are here to help you with this entire process. We can quickly and easily demolish, remove, and dispose of these unwanted materials for you. As always, our professionals are focused on making your flooring project as easy and as rewarding as possible.
Selecting the best flooring materials is only one aspect of having a successful project. Preparing the surface upon which the floor will be installed is just as critical to the end results. Depending on the type of sub-floor and flooring materials that will be used as well as the method of adhesion, be it a nail down, glue down, or floating installation, the preparation effort will be different.
At Floor Town, our New Jersey flooring installation experts have the knowledge, skill, and experience necessary to ensure that your sub-floor is prepared in the best and most customized manner possible. In this way, we can ensure that your flooring will look its absolute best and will last for the longest time period possible.
In glue-down flooring projects, our New Jersey flooring contractors will expertly skim-coat your sub-floor or the existing old floor over which your new floor is to be installed. The goal is to create a strong bonding surface for your new floor. In every instance, we will repair and make flat and uniform the surface upon which your new flooring will be installed. The strong bonding, fast dry cement-based material we use achieves the most exceptional results.
In instances where we are installing interlocking flooring materials designed to float over the surface, such as laminate, vinyl tile, and some hardwoods, our professionals will install the best underlayment possible for the project when required. With our expert assistance, your sub-floor will be perfectly prepared to ensure the beauty, longevity, and functionality of your new floors.
The NWFA* admits to an estimated $1 billion** a year in moisture-related damages to flooring. If you want to avoid the many hassles tied to natural moisture fluctuations in your home, it behooves you to choose a professionally trained installer from the get-go. Before ‘breaking ground’ on your flooring project, a well-trained flooring installer will […]Read More
1. How long have you been in business? The longer a local flooring store has been in business, the greater the likelihood it has been ‘endorsed’ by the community. Notwithstanding the larger ‘Big Box’ stores (which benefit from greater buying power and marketing support than their less-known counterparts) smaller and privately owned flooring stores must […]Read More