Johns Creek Hardwood Installation
One of the quickest ways to increase the volume of your Johns Creek home and give it a timeless look is by installing hardwood floors. This is not a new fad. In fact, it has been a popular choice for centuries. Hardwood flooring is durable and has many looks. There are endless possibilities with the choices of stains and species you can use.
When choosing a company to install your hardwood floors in Johns Creek, Georgia, look for one that uses the NWFA guidelines and policies. The NWFA is there to protect homeowners as well as tradespeople. Our technicians are trained and proficient at installation and refinishing, we have many years combined experience. We have a long, growing list of customers who are happy to attest to our processes and training. We want our customers to feel safe in trusting our company with their hardwood floor project. We use the NWFA protocols and heroic effort to provide you with the best quality finish possible.
It is important that everything in the hardware installation process is done correctly in order for your floors to have the longevity and beauty that they should. We use the correct nails, nailing schedules, equipment, and products to install your flooring properly. We minimize movement or gapping in your floor. Quality installation along with proper care and maintenance can help your hardwood floor to last for up to 100 years. We want your hardwood floor to be as worry free as possible and to bring you value for years to come.
- Follow the NWFA guidelines
- Tight wood floor installation
- Best wood mill products
- Clean up the job site each day
- Proper borders added to the hearth and fireplace
- Glue used when needed
What to Expect From Ridgeline
- Constant adherence to NWFA guidelines
- Happy to answer questions and concerns
- Careful to minimize dust
Domestic Vs Exotic
Domestic and exotic woods are the two main options for hardwood flooring in Johns Creek, Georgia. Where you live in the climate you live in may determine the types of species of wood in your home. Choosing domestic hardwoods is generally the safer plan, because they are usually suitable to the climate you live in, but there are other options. Call us today to have our estimator come out to your home and help determine what the best species of wood would be for you and your lifestyle.