There are many types of flooring a home or business owner can have installed. They can also have lush carpeting with a soft pad underneath installed, to create a look of success. Carpeting, after it’s been on the floor for quite a while can harbor bacteria, pollen, dust and mites if not cleaned properly according to the manufacturer’s warranty. A cement floor can cause foot, ankle, back, and hip pain if a person spends years walking on it. Wood flooring makes a lot of sense for those individuals with allergies, plus, it makes a lot of sense for alleviating the pain of walking constantly on a tile covered cement floor.
New York Hardwood Flooring Company
New York Wood Flooring is a company that has a showroom customers can visit to see and feel the types of floors they have available. They’re family owned and offer exceptional customer service before, during and after the sale. Associates will come out to a customer’s home or business and offer advice on types of flooring that will suit their needs. Many different hardwoods are available for installation.
Restoration After a Disaster
Just about everyone knows what happens to wood during a flood and it becomes soaking wet. Hopefully, the owner has a replacement cost homeowner’s insurance policy that will pay for new flooring to be installed. Once the home has been dried out, the old hardwood flooring will need to be replaced. When a company that specializes in Hardwood Flooring in NYC is called upon to do the job, the floors will be good as new again.
Various Kinds of Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood Flooring in NYC is obtained from different trees that grow throughout the country. Some are more expensive than others, but they all provide the soft walk, the welcome look, and the beauty every home or business owner wants their visitors to see when they visit. From Oak, Hickory, and Elm, to Bamboo, Cork and Laminate, there’s a flooring available for every budget and need.
Affordable pricing is available for services such as refinishing, restoring and installation, whether the residence is an apartment, condominium, office building, or historical home.