However, what does that really mean? Let's look at few issues that consumers need to know when it comes to new flooring installs.
If your new carpet is not stretched-in properly, it will soon develop a saggy appearance. A loose carpet will not only look bad, but it will also lose much of its integrity, meaning it will not last for as long as it should.
If your wood or plywood sub-floor is not nailed down securely before your new hardwood floor is installed, you can just about count on having a “squeaky” floor in the near future. Securing the sub-floor is a fairly simple process, but if it is not done, then problems are likely to occur.
If your new carpet pad is not stapled down or glued down properly, your new carpet might develop humps and bumps if that padding moves under the carpeting. Again, a professional will know this beforehand, and will do what is needed to ensure that padding is secured correctly before laying out the carpet.
These are only a few of the many, many things that need to be done if one wants the best flooring installation. Seattle homeowners and business owners deserve the best, and that is exactly what we deliver.
If you need the best flooring installation Seattle has available, come to Completely Floored in Everett, WA and let us show you what we can do for you and your new flooring systems.