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Columbia SC Hardwood floors are one of the most
important design elements in your home or
business. No matter what your lifestyle,
Columbia SC wood floors add value and comfort to
any décor, but with all the choices available
today, how do you know which kind of wood
flooring will be right for you? No other
flooring offers the warmth, beauty, and value of
wood. Wood flooring enhances the decor of any
room, and provides timeless beauty.
Solid Wood Flooring
Columbia SC Solid wood flooring comes in three
main types. Each type is available in both an
unfinished and a pre-finished version.
Unfinished flooring must be job-site sanded and
finished after installation. Pre-finished
flooring is sanded and finished at the factory
-- so it only needs installation.
Columbia Parquet Flooring Replacement and Repair services
Columbia Parquet floors have a very different look from
typical hardwoods. They are made up of geometrical patterns composed of
individual wood slats held in place by mechanical fastening or an adhesive.
Columbia Tile Flooring Replacement and Repair
For the best functionality, it’s important to select
the right type of tile for the job. Tile flooring comes in both glazed and
natural finishes, in earthy neutral shades or in bright colors and intricate
designs. There are three main materials used for tile: stone, ceramic and glass.
Non-porous or glazed tiles are best for use in a kitchen or areas with
high-traffic because they won’t absorb dirt and spills easily and can withstand
regular cleaning. All types of tile are durable by nature, but stone and
unglazed tiles should be reserved for areas where the need for durability is
less of a factor.
Columbia Laminate Flooring Replacement and Repair
Laminate Flooring can give you the look and feel of
wood at a fraction of the cost, and laminate wood flooring doesn't need to be
refinished like natural wood flooring does. Consider laminate flooring in
areas of your home with high traffic, like hallways and common areas. While
laminate will not hold up as well in wet areas, like bathrooms, it also can be a
very attractive option for bedrooms. Have a small area of laminate that is
damaged? If the selection is still available, or if you kept enough stock from
the original install, we can often patch in a new piece to save the cost of
replacing the entire floor.
Columbia Linoleum and sheet vinyl Flooring
Replacement and Repair services
This pliable plastic is perfect for well-used rooms
including foyers and corridors, rooms where spills are frequently a problem like
bathrooms and kitchens, or any area that might benefit from a tough, robust
Vinyl floors are called" long-lasting" for a reason; not
only are they long-lasting, strong floors that call for minimal care and upkeep,
their layered structure gives them a smooth, malleable feeling that is sturdier
than carpet and less cold than wood. Vinyl can be installed on top of almost any
other sort of flooring without complication, or placed over patchy subfloors.
The maintenance required to keep vinyl well-tended is easy; simply sweep away
soil with a broom, and clean up any sticky spills with a dampened mop.
Subflooring Replacement and Repair
The most common place for damage is the
bathroom floor and frequently the damage extends under the wall to
the bedroom. If the wall is not resting on a joist and you cut the
flooring at the bathroom edge of the wall, the wall is no longer
supported properly. • Remove/replace sub-floor • Remove/replace
floor coverings • Remove/replace drywall • Remove/replace
trim/baseboards • Remove/replace wallpaper • Painting.