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Hardwood Installation

Hardwood Installation

Installing hardwood can change the look and feel of a room drastically. Hardwood flooring has stood the test of time for durability as well as style. This isn’t a trend that is going to disappear when the next big trend comes along. Hardwood flooring is durable, beautiful and can be a great value over time. There isn’t just one look to hardwood flooring there are different species, stains and finishes you can choose.

When you choose a hardwood flooring installer for your hardwood flooring you will want to choose a NWFA installer. They follow specific policies and guidelines that the NWFA has set forward. The NWFA was created to protect consumers and contractors alike. We have provided beautiful installations to hundreds of customers over the years and our goal is to ensure our customers feel safe entrusting their project to us. We use our expertise and training to install your flooring properly. Great installations don’t happen by luck but rather from experience and training.

Installation is vital to creating a forever floor. The right nails, nailing schedules, glue and additional products are needed to create an ideal installation. We use the right techniques to ensure your floor can last for decades to come with proper maintenance. We cannot control how your floor will be treated but we can help prevent or limit gaping, moving or other factors. Your flooring should be worry free and with expert installation it will be.

OUR WORK

Installation Expectations

  • NWFA guidelines followed
  • Cleanup jobsite each day
  • Tight installation
  • Best wood products used
  • Borders used when needed
  • Glue used when necessary

What to Expect From Delaware Hardwood

  • On Time
  • Careful to contain sawdust
  • Able to answer any questions or concerns
  • NWFA standards followed

Domestic Vs Exotic

The two main categories for hardwood flooring are exotic and domestic. The climate of your home will dictate what flooring types and species will work in your home. The relative humidity and humidity changes throughout the year may make some species and plank sizes a bad choice. Domestic hardwoods are generally a safer choice because they are more stable. Exotics can be an option for meeting with an estimator is the best way to know for sure.

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