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A Quick Rundown of Flooring

A Guide to Hardwood Floor Installation Today most modern homes have hardwood flooring as part of its interior design. When a home has hardwood floors, we can call it a stylish, high class home, and these floors are also very durable. Installation of hardwood floors is not easy. Although some people can do it themselves, other requires professional help. Installing a hardwood floor requires that the installer have adequate skills and proper equipment. If you want to get the best results then the installer needs to comply with these requirements. There will be disastrous results if you do not install it properly. Before setting up a hardwood floor, it is recommended that a subfloor is fixed. You need a subfloor that is leveled, and it should be made of good material. A subfloor is a more secure platform for a hardwood floor than a concrete slab is. Moisture, which can damage your hardwood floor is locked in by the subfloor. Areas with a lot of moisture, like bathrooms, should not have solid hardwood floors but instead, you can install laminate hardwood flooring. Laminate hardwood only looks like hardwood but it is not a real wood floor. Gluing or nailing it plank by plank to the floor is how to install hardwood floors. There are different types of hardwood floor available in the market. Those floors that do not require subfloors are easier to install. There are well engineered floors that can stand up to a certain amount of moisture. There are some floating hardwood floors comprising planks incorporated with tongue-and-groove joint style. Others have more complex installation processes. If properly installed, this type of flooring will last longer than the cheaper ones. Better to make a one time expensive investment, than keep on repairing your floors for the rest of your life.
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It is a tedious process installing a hardwood floor and you need to know much about it. Hire a professional installer if you are not confident of doing it yourself. Although professional may be more expensive you are confident that it will be properly installed without any need of redoing. When the floor is set up the actual hard work begins. You will be required to sand out the entire floor to smooth the rough spots, hide the nails, and polish it. If you want your floor to have a perfect polish then you need to spend a lot of time to finish it. Until the whole floor is dried out, and it still can’t be used.
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Doing the proper floor installation is always advisable. Hiring a professional can be costly but it will assure you of great results that will make your home a beautiful one and something to be proud of.