Flooring Installation requires a bit of preparation

When you’re ready for the flooring installation that goes along with your brand-new floor
covering, you’re going to need to know a bit about the process. We will, of course, take care of
all your installation needs, but there are some things you may want or need to do.

The more preparations you take before the professionals arrive, the shorter the overall process
will be. That means you won’t spend as much on labor and you’ll be able to walk on your new
floors sooner. Let’s find out more!

Your choice for quality flooring installation
You’ll find plenty of high-quality flooring materials as well as an amazing design team when you
visit Completely Floored. Our showroom is located in Everett, WA and our associates are
always ready to work with our customers to meet all their flooring needs.

The same is true for floor installation as well. No matter what type of flooring you choose, or
how large or small your project is, we strive for complete customer satisfaction, in every home. If
you’d like to know more about how we can assist you, stop by at your convenience.

Floor installation procedures for the homeowner
Once you've scheduled your laminate flooring installation or any other installation project, there
are a few things you should do right away. First, make sure the rooms where your laminate floor
installers will be working are clear of furniture, wall hangings, knick-knacks, and anything else
that could be moved or damaged during the installation process.

If closets will be re-floored, be sure to pick up anything on the floor. You can also make sure
pets and children are kept away from the installation areas. Safety is an important priority to us,
and we want to make sure there are absolutely no accidents during your installation.

Your installation team will need access to electrical outlets or extension cords and some areas
where flooring can be cut, if necessary. Making sure those things are ready before they arrive
can save a lot of time.

If you have more questions or would like to know what else you can do to prepare for the arrival
of your installation team, feel free to contact us.