Are appliances moved when a floor is installed in a kitchen?

Flooring your kitchen is an exciting remodel that you can look forward to with great expectations. But we know you have questions about the service, and today we will discuss whether appliances should be moved to install your new flooring, so read along to find out more.

Installation services are essential, especially in the kitchen

Installation services
should be trustworthy, and that's one of our primary concerns as we install your flooring. That's why we answer all your questions to alleviate any worry before the start of your remodel.

When installing your floors in the kitchen, arguments can be made for and against flooring beneath significant appliances. Your final decision will hinge on your personal preferences and requirements, so it's essential to consider future events and decisions when flooring this area.

For instance, if you forego under-appliance flooring, it could later affect your plans to remodel the space and move those appliances. However, if you have 50 square feet or more of floor space covered by appliances, cabinets, and counters, you could save quite a bit of money by choosing not to floor these spaces.

When you're ready to make this critical decision for your home, we'll be there to help. Stop by today to discuss the issue in more detail.

We are your go-to company for flooring installations in Everett, WA

You should know that Completely Floored offers reputable flooring installations in Everett, WA, no matter which floor covering is purchased. We provide excellent materials, outstanding customer care, and all the services you need to create successful results, especially in the kitchen.

If you live in Everett, Marysville, Lake Stevens, Monroe, Arlington, or Mt. Vernon, WA, we encourage you to visit us at our Everett, WA showroom at your convenience. We look forward to being the flooring store you turn to again and again for satisfactory results.