One of the first things you should expect is your flooring installer to visit your home. He or she will inspect the flooring of your home and look for any and all imperfections. The installer will also measure the floors at this point. This is a great time to ask any questions you may have about the installation process to ensure you know what to expect concerning your new floor. The installer is going to be able to tell you how long the entire process is going to take and what rooms will be taken care of first.
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Surely we’re all familiar with what can happen if you don’t have flooring that can withstand water. No matter how fast you can wipe it up, the liquid will quickly seep down into the floor, leading to staining, warping, mold and even damaging the ceilings below in extreme circumstances. If you’re looking at installing new flooring, consider the options available to you in both traditional and newly developed surfaces! You may end up waterproofing your whole house!