Flooring Installation

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Professional Flooring Installation

For over 50 years, our experienced team has been installing flooring in Edmonton and providing you with a finished product that we know you’ll love. We’re committed to providing every client with a positive and professional experience, backed by the best warranty in the business.

 

The flooring installation method depends on the type of product used, the needs of the space, type of subfloor, and sometimes even the wood species. The acclimatization process and humidity requirements also vary between product types and species, and if done wrong, in some cases can actually destroy the product.

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Hardwood Installation

Hardwood Installation

Laminate Installation

Laminate Installation

Tile Installation

Tile Installation

Vinyl Installation

Vinyl Installation

Carpet Installation

Carpet Installation

Using a pneumatic or manual nailer, or staple gun, the hardwood is fastened securely on to the subfloor, fitting together (usually in a tongue and groove formation) as it is installed. Not surprisingly, this method takes the most physical effort and a moderate amount of time to complete. Nail down installation is the most common for solid hardwood floors, and generally not recommended for engineered hardwood.

Using a strong adhesive, the hardwood is adhered directly to the subfloor. The main advantage of glue down installation is that it can be done on almost any subfloor, including concrete and plywood. This installation method is most common among engineered hardwood floors, parquet flooring and cork flooring and generally not recommended for solid hardwood products. It is arguably the most durable and longest lasting of all the installation methods, but because of the permanency of the adhesives used, this method is not recommended for areas where the subfloor needs to be preserved.

The fastest and easiest method of installation, floating installation involves putting a pad over the subfloor to protect against moisture and reduce noise, then laying the hardwood or laminate floors overtop. That involves either adhering the boards together or snapping them together depending on the individual product. The floating method is most common for laminate flooring installation, but can also be used for some engineered products. Because a floating installation can be done over almost any surface, it is ideal for basements or other areas where there is no subfloor to nail to.

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Types of Flooring Installation Techniques.

The flooring installation method with vary depending on the type of hardwood floor product, the needs of the environment, type of subfloor, and sometimes even the wood species.

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What Our Customers Say

Tanya Hulsemann

Tanya Hulsemann

Customer

"They went out of their way to make sure the job was done perfect"

We had the pleasure of working Lowell and the rest of the ReNew Floorcovering team on a recent project. Making sure we had the correct product for our project was very important. They went out of their way to make sure the job was done perfect and our customer was very pleased with the final product. We would highly recommend ReNew Floorcovering and look forward to working with them on future projects.

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