Proper installation is critical to creating the look you want and making sure it stays that way for years to come. And we believe, nothing says peace of mind like freeing yourself from the stress of completing the project on your own and by hiring a professional. And, with Avalon Flooring your installation is backed by a 3 year warranty!
In the case that you are considering a DIY project, we ask you to consider the following:
- How complicated is the floor installation project?
Now, this is where many homeowners get themselves into trouble. A project that might seem simple and straightforward on the surface – like installing a new floor – can easily turn out to be more complicated than it initially seemed. When you rip up an old floor, you can uncover many issues that you weren’t prepared for or equipped to handle.
- Do you have the time to devote to the installation project?
If you work full-time, you are only really able to work on the flooring installation project on the weekend or during the evenings after work. If the project you’re thinking of starting is pretty large scale, such as replacing the flooring throughout your entire house, a professional would be able to get the job finished much sooner than you would be able to if you only worked on it in your spare time.
- Do you have the tools & supplies on hand to install a floor?
The reality is – yes; you can potentially save money by just purchasing the flooring materials at your preferred retailer (…cough, cough, Avalon Flooring!) and passing on the installation services offered to you. But, when you get home you will have to spend time researching the right tools and supplies needed for the job (ie. Cutters, Saws, Miters, Kickers, Seam Cutters, Tackers, Spacers….etc.) It all adds up very quickly, increasing the cost of the project.
On top of that, now you have to invest time making sure that you can use the tools correctly and safely. A professional has all the tools and supplies needed to install your flooring and you can avoid the additional expense of purchasing them and then storing them when not in use.