Hardwood flooring is timeless. Hardwood floors are supremely durable. If your hardwood floor starts to look worn, you can sand and refinish it.
If you’re looking for a less expensive alternative laminate flooring is a great choice. Modern laminate flooring looks very natural and contains a surprising amount of wood!
A less popular option, but still viable is vinyl flooring. Vinyl flooring is softer than laminate so it can be more comfortable to walk on.
In bathrooms, tile flooring is a popular choice because of its water-resistant qualities. Kompan Home Improvement is a licensed, bonded and insured tile contractor [link to tile page].
New flooring is one of the upgrades that has a significant impact on the value of your home. Hardwood flooring has the most profound impact on your resale value, but other materials can increase the value too. Regardless of the material you choose – the important thing is keeping the flooring consistent throughout your home. This especially goes for the kitchen, living/family rooms and hallways.
The most important part of the project seems simple but taking appropriate and accurate measurements of the renovation area should be done by a professional. Kompan Home Improvements can help you take accurate measurements of the room’s overall size and account for things like door clearances so that your new flooring exceeds your overall expectations.
Adequate preparation is the key to starting a successful flooring renovation. Kompan Home Improvements are experienced, insured, licensed and bonded contractors that will make sure the job is done right.
Most of the time old flooring will need to be removed before new flooring can be installed.
During this step we will ensure that areas of your home that could be impacted by the project are covered in plastic or drop cloths to protect them from debris and dust. We will also remove any trim or vent covers that may impact the flooring.
In some cases, a subfloor will need to be installed so that you floor looks great. Kompan's Home Improvements can advise you if this is necessary for your flooring installation project.
This is where the actual new flooring material will be measured, cut and installed
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