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New Homeowner’s Guide To Working With Flooring Professionals

Whether you’re building a new home or installing a new floor in a well-loved home, there are a few key steps you’ll go through with flooring professionals.

As a new homeowner, you can expect something like the process below when you hire your expert.

Evaluation

Your flooring professional will evaluate the project, how much material will be needed, the cost per square foot, and whether or not it’s going to fit into your budget. This is the key time to make your final decisions. The professional will provide you with a quote (make sure it’s all expected costs up front) and a date for the project. And, of course, you will want to make sure they offer warranties/guarantees on materials and work.

Ask your professional about cleanup and what kind of machines they have available for the project. This will give you an idea of how much you’ll have to do yourself once the project is finished.

They will also tell you if you need to remove any furniture, cover utilities, or vacate certain areas during the project.

The Project

The project length will vary depending on the size and depth of the project. The professional will have given you an estimated quote before they begin work so you have an idea for the length of time.

If unforeseen issues arise, such as mold, pests, or corrupted foundation arise during the project, the project length may be extended and other professionals brought in to treat the issues. Though this may seem like an expensive problem, it’s actually a lot better to address the issue at this point than it would be waiting until it became a major problem.

Post-Service

Once your floor is finished, they will perform any clean-up that was agreed upon and offer you a receipt and warranty. The warranty is an important part of the whole process as it guarantees you’ll get any fixes on issues that arise from their work.

Overall, flooring professionals will make fast work of your project with their expert knowledge and practice. Schedule a flooring professional today to help you with your next project.

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