Hardwood Installation Services
We are your local hardwood flooring source at Deaton’s Carpet One Floor & Home in Jackson, TN. Our quality selection of hardwood products and brands are all backed by our installation services. When you shop with us you are not only purchasing a quality hardwood floor but you are also receiving quality installation services. Our professionals will ask you the right questions to help you find the right hardwood floor and prepare you for your upcoming installation. We can help you from start to finish on your next project. Our certified installers are professionally trained and ensured under us.
How to Install Hardwood Floors
For any type of installation we always recommend having professionals get the job done for you. The most important steps in installing hardwood flooring include an in-home measure and a moisture test. Moisture testing is an important step our installers take because wet or damp subfloors can cause damage to your hardwood over time. Our installers also prepare your subfloor and made sure it is flat, clean, dry and free of imperfections.
Solid hardwood should be nailed or glued down to the subfloor, whereas engineered hardwood is a floating floor options meaning the planks lock together to form a bond.
Where Can Hardwood Be Installed?
Since solid hardwood is sensitive to humidity and moisture, it should be installed in places with low traffic like bedrooms, living rooms, and dining rooms. Engineered hardwood’s layered construction allows it to handle areas with a lot of traffic like kitchens and hallways. They can even be installed in basements.
Be sure to avoid installing hardwood in bathrooms and laundry rooms due to excessive moisture and humidity which can damage wood.
Hardwood Living Rooms
Consider engineered hardwood for spaces around your home that you use frequently to entertain, like your living room. Engineered hardwood is still real wood, but its layered construction makes it more stable than solid planks. Engineered hardwood comes in a wide variety of styles, and they will be sure to wow your guests.
Hardwood in Bedrooms
Choose a solid hardwood floor to add value, luxury, and even a sense of warmth with honey toned planks. Solid hardwood is a clean and allergy friendly option for bedrooms, and can even be accented with area rugs to transform your bedroom into a personal retreat.