By choosing professionals to handle your new flooring installation, you ensure that you'll have top quality work, prevent costly errors, save time and stress!
Let's assume that you've chosen the floor covering product that you prefer, had your rooms measured and the only thing that remains is to arrange for the flooring installation. Many homeowners do not realize that this could be the most important decision of the entire flooring project. House of Floors has the expertise necessary to professionally install your new floors the correct way. We serve homeowners residing in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Cedar Crest, Los Lunas and other local New Mexico areas for all their flooring installation needs. This includes hardwood, ceramic & porcelain tile, laminate, vinyl and carpet. Our insured and licensed expert installers will install your floors with a flawless look and for a long life. The reality is that having experienced professionals put in your flooring will change how long it lasts and how the final product appears to your family and guests.
Most people will tell you that effective project planning beats being uninformed during a long remodeling process. Preparing for your flooring installation is also important. It can make the process go smoother and faster, once the installers arrive at your home.
- Make certain somebody is at home - This may seem obvious, but if you have a busy schedule, it would be all too easy to miss the arrival of our installers. Our motto is to follow the deadline closely, so we do our best to get your installation project on time. If you live in a gated community make arrangements to let our installers have access to the community.
- Arrange options for children and pets - If you have youngsters, locate a babysitter or keep them busy someplace away from the installation area. Pets are also a concern and should be put in areas away from the installation, maybe a crate or carriers or in your yard. We want everyone safe, including you, your family, animals and the installers.
- Remove everything inside the room – The room where the flooring is being installed should be completely emptied—furniture, appliances, electronic equipment. It is also a good idea to take painting and plates and fragile items off the walls and shelves. Just to be safe.