Professional Flooring Contractor vs. Flooring Installer
February 18th, 2015
Professional flooring contractors and flooring installers are not the same. Most often, a professional flooring contractor is hired in a commercial installation environment and a flooring installer is hired for a residential one.
Flooring contractors are typically hired for commercial flooring installations for the following reasons:
- Commercial flooring installations are typically more complex than residential installations
- Flooring contractors can meet the demands of the commercial installation environment – project scheduling being the most stringent demand
- They can manage a flooring project from start to completion – planning, preparation of substrate, storage and transportation of flooring materials, scheduling labor, and ensuring completion within the specified time frame
- Professional flooring contractors can perform specialty work such as inlays or patterns that may be required in a commercial installation
- They can look at a flooring project and make suggestions for the flooring materials that should be used
- Flooring contractors are used to working with most every type of flooring material and substrate, they can troubleshoot in order to ensure that an installation related flooring failure is avoided
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