Odds and Ends About Floors
Throughout the years I have spent in contracting, and having experience with several different flooring contractors on my projects, there is one common thing on which we all agreed. No matter what type of flooring you have and how professional the installation may be, it is only as good as the subflooring underneath.
Unless you are simply using flooring in a single room, there is one thing that will take place in your flooring project. No matter what type of flooring you install, you will have to transition your floor covering into another room.
No matter how much hard work you put into your flooring project, no job is complete without the finishing touches. Most of the time, these finishing touches include the addition of trim work and moldings.
One of the biggest trends in flooring today is the use of reclaimed wood as wood flooring. Whether you desire reclaimed wood, plank tongue and groove, or glue down wood, these floors add value and character to any home and care should be taken when determining the layout configuration.