Hardwood and Laminate Floors
HC Professional Carpet Cleaning & Restoration professionals know how to install laminate flooring. These floors feature, the industry’s fastest and easiest installation system. The laminate planks fit together and lock in place, creating a floating floor.
Laminate flooring is stain and fade-resistant and has a tendency to repel water. It has an extremely hard and durable surface, so with proper care your laminated flooring will look like new for years. These floors are easy to maintain. Just sweep or vacuum regularly and wipe up spills right away with a damp cloth or sponge.
Laminate flooring allows homeowners to get the look of genuine hardwood or stone in areas they never thought possible. Laminate can withstand spills, sharp claws and heavy traffic. It also resists the toughest stains from makeup to Merlot.
Our laminate flooring offers these features and more:
- Beautiful, realistic designs
- Best residential warranties
- Resistant to scratches, stains, scrapes, and spills
- Easy DIY installation
Discover how to choose the best laminate flooring for your home to ensure you and your family are happy with the final results.
Consider your hardwood floor installation options as you make your flooring selection. Installation methods vary depending on the width, thickness, and construction of the hardwood product, and where it’s being installed.
Typically, solid hardwood flooring is nailed or stapled to a wood subfloor. Because solid wood reacts to changes in temperature and humidity, it’s not recommended for below grade. (below ground level)
Engineered hardwood can be stapled, glued, or installed as a “floating floor”, depending on the product selected.. They’re the fastest and easiest to install without glue, staples, or nails and are perfect for DIY hardwood flooring installations.