There’s no way around it—installing a new floor is a construction project and like all construction projects, that means dust, noise, and debris. Of course, if you’re building a new home, you may never even notice. Our installers take pride in cleaning up after they’re finished and your builder will likely do a thorough cleaning before they hand over the keys. On the other hand, if new flooring is a part of your renovation plans, you may want to prepare. Here are some important things to keep in mind when it comes time to install your floor.

  • Most flooring choices require a lot of cutting and our installers will need space to set up tools and equipment. Let our staff know if you have any concerns about where they set up and about any sawdust or other debris that may be created in the process.
  • Installing new floors can be also be quite a noisy process. Ideally, we’ll be able to install the floors when you’re away from the home. Plus, it’s always a great feeling to come home to a brand new floor.
  • The installation area can be a dangerous place and we don’t want you or your family getting hurt. If you must be around during the process, please take special care to avoid power tools and cutting equipment, the installation area, debris, etc. This is especially important if you have young children at home.
  • We’ll do our absolute best to protect your possessions and clean up after the project is complete, but it’s important for homeowners to remove any valuables, sensitive electronics, and furniture possible. Be sure to let us know if you have any specific concerns.