We install high-quality hardwood flooring products that are thoroughly quality-checked
Our collection includes products from some of the best brands in Canada
Depending on various factors we recommend the installation method
Our experts have answered common questions asked by customers
Every Hardwood Flooring Product Goes Through Our Quality-Check Process
Here are the factors we consider, when choosing the best hardwood species for your home:
Hardwood flooring installation is a lifetime investment that will last for generations to come. For the best quality hardwood flooring and/or installation in Toronto, consult our experts.
Made from maple wood, the ¾” Deerwood Champagne needs to be installed using the nail down method.
Another product from Deerwood, this maple wood-made product has a matte finish for minimum light reflection.
This semi-gloss, flooring made from pure ash wood has a smooth finish for a richer outlook.
Made from red oak tree
wood, this wire
brushed flooring is another great
product from Superior.
Made from the Hickory wood, that offers long-lasting durability and
is perfect for both rustic and modern settings.
A product from renowned manufacturer Superior, the coachman’s cape is made of pure ash wood and has a wire-brushed finish with 5% gloss.
We Install the Right Type of Hardwood Flooring Using the Most Suitable Method
The flooring installation procedure and the floorboard structure depend a lot on the type of wood you choose. Not only that but the method and skill required to implement the flooring impacts the final cost too.
Below are the popular methods of installation:
Classic hardwood flooring is well-known for its beauty and durability that makes it an investment-worthy product. When looking for services regarding flooring installation in Toronto, you can count on our expertise.
We provide the latest branded flooring products at competitive prices.
We have been a thriving member of the flooring industry since 1999. Our entrepreneurial spirit and desire to please our clients drive our success. With an inventory spread across an area of 2-million sq. ft., we are able to provide a large collection of branded flooring products to choose from.
The strong foundation that we have built over nearly two decades makes us the forerunner in the flooring industry.
The primary difference between them is the hardness. While commercial products need to be built in a way that they can withstand a lot of heavy foot traffic, compared the flooring of the residential area. In general, commercial flooring is at least 2 to 3 times long-lasting than the residential ones.
You need to measure the room from wall-to-wall of your floor. The key here is to measure the longest point in each direction of the room to get the correct measurement. It is better to keep a visual flow in the space, so consider the dimensions of any closets you have in the room as well.
The answer mostly depends on the room. However, when choosing a new floor, you should budget to have an extra 10% more flooring than needed. The problem is, the boards cannot be used anywhere else once they are cut. You cannot even use them with other boards. This means a lot of the material will be used and cut into the size of the exact space. The best person to guide you on how much more or less flooring you require is your contractor.
The finish is more of a personal choice. You can choose any type of sheen, such as gloss, semi-gloss, satin, or matte if you opt for a site-finished floor.
First of all, the materials themselves are pretty expensive, meaning, it will not be easy replacing them if you happen to damage the goods. Hiring a professional service ensures that your material will not get wasted because they know what they are doing.
Secondly, you likely lack the right tools for the project. Thirdly, making sure that the floor is flat and no moisture gets in while working on it, is not an easy task. Even moisture testing requires special tools as well.
Along with this, you will also need to know certain factors, like how to centre the room, how much space needed for expansion gaps, or how to handle obstructions like a closet or a fireplace and work around it. All these require a certain level of expertise which only a professional has.