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Floor Installation

Floor Installation in Sarasota, Florida

Make a statement. Flooring is one of the first things you see when you walk in the door. We can help lay your own metaphorical red carpet at Rose Pro Handyman. With a number of premium grade flooring options and design choices, we know what it takes to make a floor look great. For proper installation of a floor that will resist heavy foot traffic over a long period of time while looking fantastic, look no further than the professionals at Rose Pro Handyman.

Quality flooring is an incredibly important part of a complete, safe, and comfortable home. The qualified industry professionals at Rose Pro Handyman are well-versed in the art of building and flooring, and have a wide range of experience in all flooring types, such as laminate flooring, stone flooring, tile flooring, hardwood flooring, and more! We have helped many people with their floor installation in Sarasota, Florida – it’s what we do.

We help our clients select flooring that matches the overall color, feel, and character of the room. Deep hardwood that is rich in character, stunning tile that reflects the brilliance of the sun, and laminate that is characterized by stunning graining are all within your reach. We’ll help you achieve the perfect color scheme and can choose flooring that will complement your existing interior design. We used to be part of an epoxy flooring company in san jose and have lots of experience in flooring.

How Do I Know If I Need New Flooring?

How long has it been since your last flooring installation? Are your hardwood floors scuffed and lack-luster? Does it seem like you can’t get a few stains out of the carpet? Whatever the case may be, if you’ve been thinking of making a change  – it might be a better investment to just replace years-old flooring with something more acceptable. If you’re not sure if it’s time for a new flooring installation, here are a list of telltale signs that your floors are in need of replacement: 

1. You’re not sure when the floors were replaced last 

If you have no idea when the floors were replaced or installed, it might be a good time to consider a new floor. Signs of wear and tear are inevitable and the longer you wait – the worse the floor will begin to look. The longevity of a floor depends on a few things. When was the floor installed? What flooring substrate was used (carpet, tile, hardwood, etc)? How much damage has the floor been through over the years? If it’s been well over a decade, or if the floor has experienced significant damage, it might be a safe bet to consider a new flooring installation in Sarasota, Florida. 

2. Your floors have significant damage 

This rule applies to essentially every type of flooring. Floors with deep cracks, jagged edges, and significant damage can pose a safety hazard towards you, your family, and your guests. Plus, damaged floors generally do not look very good. 

Cracks serve as a breeding ground for dirt, dust, insects, mites, and general grime. If enough cracks begin to form in a stone or concrete floor, it can create allergy issues and tripping hazards; plus, large cracks tend to create more cracks as time goes on. If the grout on your tile has stains that cannot be taken out, or if the linoleum is peeling, it may be time to replace your flooring. 

Whether it is a rental property, a personal home, or a place of business – cracks can pose safety risks, irritate allergies, and make the space less hygienic. The same holds true for carpets. Carpets should be replaced every 10 years, as dust and dirt buildup is inevitable – and we’re sure that a 10 year old carpet is bound to have a couple unsightly stains.

3. Your carpet has expired 

Carpet does not age like hardwood or solid types of flooring. Carpet is going to age, regardless of how well you maintain it (which is why it is so important to vacuum and clean carpet regularly). Generally, the manufacturer will set an expiration date on carpet, because carpet tends to repel spills and stains less and less as the years go by. If there is major carpet shedding, tears, or pilling, it is probably time to replace your floor. 

4. Serious water damage

If there was a major leak in the ceiling, a burst water main, or some other household disaster (such as your 4 year old running the bathtub for an hour), a new flooring installation is probably needed. Major flooring damage can create mold or unsightly water damage on many types of flooring, which is why repairing and fixing ceiling leaks and general water leaks should always be done with haste. Major water damage can cause rotting and water staining, which can pose as a safety risk the longer time goes on. 

5. The previous owners had pets 

As much as we love animals, they can sometimes wreak havoc on flooring and other parts of the home. Untrained pets can do serious damage – and you may not even realize it (especially if the previous owners had pets). Some stains and chips are nearly impossible to repair and some carpet odors seem to stay indefinitely. If the damage seems irreversible, it’s time to hire a flooring installer. 

6. There have been many restoration jobs 

A great hardwood floor can be restored a few times before it needs to be replaced. However, you can only re-sand and refinish wood floors so many times. When homeowners purchase an older house on the market, they may be unaware as to how many times a floor has been refinished. Once too many restoration jobs have occurred, the wood will begin to lose its integrity and start to creak, have structural problems, and serve as a tripping hazard. 

7. You’ve found mold 

If you have found mold in the floors, ceilings, or walls of your home or building – there may be a chance that there will be mold underneath the floorboards or carpet. Mold can often stem from improper flooring installation or household insulation. Mold is one of the most dangerous things that can fester in a household and needs to be treated as soon as it is spotted. Any sign of dampness – such as dark spots on the floors, wallpaper bubbles, or a persistent musty smell – may indicate that there is mold in the building. 

“I called Matt when I wanted to have a few things fixed in the kitchen without having to call a general contractor. He recommended a couple of appliances, worked within my budget, and completed the job well ahead of schedule! I couldn’t be happier. I’ve already recommended the service to a few of my friends. ”

Katy C.

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