Sacramento’s Hardwood Floor Installation Experts
Trust Blue Ribbon Flooring to bring your ideas and vision to life with expertise, care and quality craftsmanship. Installing hardwood floors with staples, nails or glue can be a challenging undertaking that can challenge even the most seasoned DIY enthusiasts. Consider requesting a free quote for our services to handle the procurement, preparation, and installation of any hardwood flooring you desire.
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Hardwood Floor Installation
Attention to detail, outstanding customer service & unsurpassed quality is what sets Blue Ribbon Flooring apart from the competition. People take great pride in their homes and we want to put a smile on their face when they see the level of quality we provide. Help, guidance and the realization of all the effort and hard work makes it truly a fulfilling business for the people at this company.
We Install All Hardwood Flooring Products
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Talk to the hardwood flooring installation on our team about the pros and cons of every type of wood. We offer a wide variety of unique installation methods that can truly make your home stand out.
How long should the wood sit and acclimate in my house before I install it? Do I really have to do this?
Most estimates say to have newly manufactured wood acclimate for about 3 days, but this can depend on the moisture content of the wood and your home. In some cases, wood preparation can occur offsite at a similarly acclimated location. Be sure to discuss this option with your contractor.
Can we put hardwood flooring over an existing floor?
In some situations an engineered wood floor can be floated (or glued down) over the top of an existing floor. The existing flooring has to be fully adhered to the sub-floor and be compressed enough so there is no bounce. Be sure to read the manufacturer’s warranty to see if installing over an existing floor covering is covered under the warranty.
Is it safe to use hardwood flooring in a kitchen?
We suggest you exercise caution and get an extra coat of sealant in kitchens. A kitchen is prone to food and liquid spills which can raise the wood’s grain or permanently stain or damage a hardwood floors finish. Be sure to wipe up spills immediately and use a gentle floor cleaner when cleaning up.
What is the most durable hardwood floor available?
Most hardwood floors are treated with up to 10 coats of an aluminum oxide finish. This can help give softer species of wood a more long lasting durability. You should think about the style and color of your wood first and leave durability to be a secondary factor. We can help decide what kind of strength your wood will need depending on your home or business.