Once you choose your hardwood flooring, the final service is a professional installation. It protects your investment and helps create the finished look you want and need.
A few different installation options are available to you, and you'll want to know more. The more you know, the better services you can choose for your new floors.
Nail and staple down options
Nail down and staple down options are alike, with stapling offering a more straightforward service. Nails are most often used with thinner hardwood flooring above a wood-based subfloor.
Glue down installation
Our hardwood flooring store uses the glue-down installation method for parquet and engineered flooring. A strong adhesive creates a more permanent installation for a long lifespan and performance.
A floating wood floor works well for many
These floors attach with a tongue and groove system, and the floors "float" over the subfloor. It's the easiest and fastest installation option for wood floors.
Some adhesives are necessary around the edges to hold the perimeter in place. Subfloor materials aren't generally a problem with the right underpadding for floating floors.
Each installation option is different
Each installation option is different, depending on the hardwood flooring you choose. And when you're ready to discuss options, our associates will be happy to help.
Visit our hardwood flooring store
When you need the most luxurious hardwood in Paramus, NJ, G. Fried Flooring is a great place to shop. We cater to even the most formal spaces with services that serve you for years to come.
We cater to communities like Paramus, Ridgewood, Mahwah, Upper Saddle River, Franklin Lakes, and Wyckoff, NJ. We look forward to helping you create stunning floor art in your home.
Visit our Paramus, NJ showroom when you're ready to choose your hardwood flooring and services. We'll be standing by to ensure your best results for any size remodel.