If you needed more reasons to choose a professional for your hardwood flooring installation, we’ve got three more. We already talked about how you need to ask yourself about what kind of flooring are you looking for, the difficulties that can arise with room shape, and disposal considerations. Now it’s time to consider these other benefits.
Not only does a DIY flooring installation take time and effort but any problems that arise are on you. Many flooring manufacturers will guarantee their product free from manufacturing problems. However, that warranty is often voided by self-installation. Having professionals install your new flooring maintains the warranty that includes damage and defects in installation.
Don’t Over Pay
Your time is money. Not only will you be able to save your time but you will only have to pay for what you need. For a professional flooring installation job, contractors take very accurate measurements and know what they are going to need. No need to go searching for receipts to return boxes of unused hardwood or risk the supplier not taking it back. Also, professionals have already invested in the tools for the job. Tools can get very expensive quickly and having the right tools for the flooring installation job is critical.
Insured and Bonded
Choosing a hardwood flooring installation professional can be tough with all the options out there but it is of the utmost importance to chose one that is insured and bonded. Not all states require that flooring installers be insured but many will be. Ask about a professional’s credentials and coverage because they will be working in your home. You want to make sure they are covered just in case something happens.