Full-Service Wood Flooring Solutions
Full-Service Wood Flooring Solutions
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FLOOR REMOVAL | TEAROUT
We anticipate the removal of a pre-existing floor as part of any new flooring installation project. We can remove flooring such as carpet, hardwood, laminate, VCT, vinyl and tile. After the old flooring has been removed, we then clean the area in preparation for the installation of your new flooring.
Floor Removal Q & A
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Do you have to remove the baseboard to my floor?
Do my cabinets need to be removed if they're on top of the floor?
How much will it cost me?
How long will it take to remove my floors?
What happens with the waste?
Concrete grinding is a service that preps your floor for resurfacing. We make the layer of concrete smooth and grind it down to keep it even. As a professional concrete grinding contractor, we strive to make every grinding job as stress-free for the client as possible. We have many years of experience and own our own grinding equipment. We feel it’s important to start with a good base before laying any type of flooring on top.
Colorado Wood Floors is your answer for self leveling concrete floor solutions. We specialize in a variety of concrete sealing, concrete grinding, and self leveling underlayment. Our seamless, durable, long-lasting concrete flooring solutions are designed for industrial, commercial and residential markets.
Installations We Offer!
Hardwood flooring provides a natural warmth, elegance, and style to a home – nothing truly compares to a hardwood floor. Unlike carpet, hardwood flooring does not harbor those dust allergens or microorganisms being tracked in from outdoors. We specialize in many types of hardwood flooring installations; solid and engineered wood floors, factory finished wood floors, and even laminate wood flooring! Our goal is to provide you with a quality hardwood flooring installation from start to finish. We will assist you in selecting the right type of hardwood flooring for your home and make the process as seamless as possible.
Types of Hardwood
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Solid Hardwood Flooring Installations
Solid hardwood flooring is a solid piece of wood from top to bottom. The thickness of the hardwood can vary, but usually ranges anywhere from 3/4” to 5/16”. Solid hardwood flooring can be installed in any room that is above grade. One of the many benefits of installing hardwood flooring is that it can be refinished many times. Solid hardwood flooring installations are ideal in family or living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, and can even be put down in kitchens. Places that are not recommended to install solid hardwood flooring is where there is generally a lot of moisture.
Engineered Hardwood Flooring Installations
Engineered hardwood floors are real hardwood floors that are simply manufactured using multiple layers of wood. The grain of each layer runs in perpendicular directions, which makes it dimensionally stable. This means that after the hardwood flooring is installed, the hardwood will expand and contract less than a solid hardwood floor during fluctuations in humidity and temperature.
Engineered hardwood floors can be nailed or stapled to a wood subfloor, or glued down to a wood or concrete subfloor. This makes engineered hardwood floors ideal for basement installations. They can be used in any room above, on, or below grade. While this type of hardwood flooring can be sanded and refinished, it cannot be done as many times as solid hardwood flooring. If you choose to float your engineered floors, make sure you choose an underlayment that protects against moisture and provides a sound control barrier.