The most common method for flooring installation is nailing or stapling down the flooring if a wood subfloor exists in your house. This process begins with laying down a moisture barrier. After that, the flooring is nailed through the tongue of the flooring board. The nails are nearly invisible after the installation. This is the most cost-efficient option and the easiest to repair.
Alternatively, we can use adhesives to glue the flooring down, an ideal solution for slab subfloors. There are additional costs associated with this method, but it provides solid flooring, minimizing squeaks and creaks. Our hardwood flooring contractor in Madison, WI, uses Bona Hardwood Floor Adhesive when installing glue-down floors. We also offer different ways to transition your hardwood floors to another flooring, as well as flooring accessories that can enhance your hardwood floors.
Hardwood floors are subject to regular wear and tear. Whether the damage is as minor as scratches or as major as warping or buckling, we can provide solutions. Our wood floor repair experts can fix splits or cracks in the surface of the wood, as well as other damage due to moisture or neglect. Depending on the extent of the damage, we can replace damaged boards and blend the repaired area into your existing flooring. We'll work with you to determine the best and most cost-effective way to repair your floors.