Hardwood Installation in Alpharetta
One of the quickest ways to give your room the timeless addition and add value to your home is by installing hardwood flooring. Wood is not a new fad, this has been a popular flooring option for centuries. Hardwood flooring adds great value and is durable too. Hardwood flooring has many looks and there are endless possibilities, with the combination of stains and species you can choose from.
When you choose a hardwood flooring installer look for a company that uses the NWFA guidelines and policies. The NWFA is designed to protect both you as a homeowner and the tradespeople. We train our employees for both refinishing and installation, we have countless years of combined experience. The list of happy customers that can attest to our processes and training is long and growing. We want our clients to feel safe that they can trust their hardwood project to us. We know and use the protocols to take more effort, and provide a better overall finish and quality.
It is important that the hardwood installation is done right to help your flooring have the longevity that your home deserves. We use the right nails, nailing schedules and other equipment and products to install your flooring correctly. Quality installation and the right maintenance and care schedule can help your floor last for over 100 years. We can’t control how your floor will be treated by children or pets, but what we can control the quality of installation to minimize movement or gapping in your floor. We want to make your floor as worry free and a wonderful addition to your home as possible.
- Follow the NWFA guidelines
- Tight installation
- Best wood mill products
- Clean up the jobsite each day
- Proper borders added to the hearth and fireplace
- Glue used when needed
What to Expect From Ridgeline
- Always adheres to NWFA standards
- Happy to answer questions and concerns
- Careful to minimize saw dust and sanding dust
Domestic Vs Exotic
Domestic and exotic hardwood flooring are the two main options. Depending where you live and the climate you live in may limit the specific species of woods in your home. Choosing domestic hardwood is generally a safer choice, because they are more suitable to the climate that you live in, but there are other options as well. Call to have one of our highly qualified estimators come to your home to narrow down what species will work best for your home and lifestyle.