When it’s time to have your new floor coverings installed, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Is it the possibility of finding the perfect tutorial on YouTube or Pinterest, so you can accomplish the job yourself and save some money? Or is it finding a reputable, professional flooring installation service near you? While saving money certainly sounds appealing, the professional service will probably leave you with far fewer regrets in the end.
Completely Floored just happens to be a flooring company with plenty of years of experience in flooring installation. In fact, we strive to make sure our customers know that we’ll treat their floors like they were our own, from start to finish. And with free estimates on the job, you’ll know up front exactly what you’ll be paying. For detailed information on your very own project, just stop by our showroom in Everett, WA, so we can get the process started for you.
Flooring Installation is a Big Deal
It’s true that some flooring materials are easier to install than others are. However, it’s always a good idea to allow the professionals to carry out your floor installation. Even the best handyman can make mistakes when it comes to floor coverings, and very few people have all the necessary specialty tools it takes to get the job done right the first time. In flooring, experience goes a long way, especially when it comes to materials such as carpet, solid wood, and tile.
Even laminate flooring installation isn’t something you want to take on all by yourself. Experienced laminate floor installers can get the job done quickly, efficiently, and with great results. Besides, after all the time and effort you’ve spent researching, shopping and finally choosing the perfect floors for your home, you deserve a break, while someone else does the work of installation!
An even better reason to utilize a good professional service is that some flooring manufacturers will not honor their warranties if someone else installs the product. In other words, you might find the perfect laminate flooring and then install it yourself. However, when a problem arises that may not even have anything to do with your installation job, the warranty can be void.