Carpet & Hardwood Floor Installation Coppell, TX
Why wait another day? D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. proudly offers Coppell carpet and hardwood floor installation. We offer a huge variety of top-designer, high-quality ceramic tile, carpet and hardwood floor options for Coppell, TX. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. is committed to providing the best quality service, installation, and products for our clients, at the most affordable prices in DFW.
Carpet Floor Installation
If you need new carpet, you have found the best. We provide installation options for nearly every purpose, decorating style, and budget. We offer personal attention catering to all the needs and expectations of our Coppell clients. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. will consult with you to understand your specific needs, measure the area, and give you an accurate quote.
We offer unmatched, quality installation in Coppell, TX at a reasonable price. We also offer a wide variety of repair work. From stretching to patching, we can repair most any carpet, or offer a solution to you.
Hardwood Floor Installation
A beautiful hardwood floor will give your home a whole new look. When it comes to natural beauty it is hard to beat the look and warmth of real hardwood floors. We offer all types of hardwood floor installation in Coppell, TX, both pre-finished and unfinished. We also refinish existing hardwood floors and stairs. When you need help, we can repair damaged hardwood floors. From traditional wood, to a hand-scrapped customized finish, or laminate flooring, we can provide you with top notch quality products you can enjoy for years to come. Because of our years of experience with hardwood floor installation, and our focus on quality and customer satisfaction, you can be assured of our attention to detail. Our company uses the finest products available from manufacturers such as Bruce, Robins and Anderson, just to name a few.
Hardwood Floor Cost
The cost for installing hardwood flooring can vary depending on the scope of the job, the amount of material you require, and the labor costs for the entire installation. On average, homeowners pay around $4,400 to install hardwood flooring in their entire home. Some paid more, of course, but the highest spent is generally around $6,400 for the entire house to be completely floored in hardwood.
As a homeowner, you have to think of hardwood flooring as an investment. It is actually not an expensive material to use for flooring, and the benefits far outweigh any potential negative that someone could possibly consider. For example, hardwood flooring is durable and great for wicking moisture away.
At anywhere from $3 to $14 per square foot, you certainly do have options. At $3 per square foot, pine is a soft wood that works wonders. On the high end, $14 per square foot, mahogany, walnut, or cypress are expensive, but extremely beautiful woods.
Hardwood Floor Installation
For residential and commercial sites, installing hardwood is more than just our day job; it is a passion of ours. The appearance, the smell of the wood itself, and the benefits of having hardwood floors throughout your home or office are simply outstanding to behold. Whether we’re working on a new construction site or an existing home that simply needs an updated appearance, we’ll work with your needs and within your budget to install the right hardwood floor.
During the whole installation process, you can choose to either remain home or relocate for the time being. It really depends on the size of the job itself. If you require every single room refloored in hardwood, it may be best to simply spend a few nights with family or at a hotel. We work as quickly as we can without sacrificing quality, but a big job is still big.
Hardwood Floor Refinishing
Refinishing a hardwood floor can either go incredibly well or just downright horrible, depending on who is tasked with performing the job. In this case, we cannot stress enough how important it is to hire a professional to refinish all of the hardwood within your home. Sure, you could rent a sander and do the job yourself, but you may end up with a wood floor with dips and grooves that cannot be fixed easily later on.
Whether or not you can even refinish your flooring is another story altogether. For instance, if you have laminate floors, don’t even bother. If you have engineered hardwood, you may want to think twice. Only floors with real hardwood are perfect candidates for refinishing, as they are durable enough to withstand the entire process.
This is why it would be best to hire the experts. We know exactly what type of flooring has been installed in each room of your house, which means we have no trouble moving swiftly through and refinishing them one by one.
Hardwood Floor Types
When deciding upon a type of hardwood floor for your house, homeowners actually have a few different choices they can make. For instance, there are…
- Unfinished Wood Flooring – The wood will be sanded down and then installed right on the job site. The wood will need a finishing coat applied afterwards.
- Solid Wood Flooring – This type of flooring is pure wood along every inch. The finish is applied during the process at the manufacturing facility, so there are no worries there. Generally, it takes less time to install solid wood flooring than other options.
- Engineered Wood Floors – These are real wood floors made of multiple types of wood or composite veneers. The flooring can be sanded and refinished, depending on how thick the top layer is.
Deciding which type of hardwood is best for you is a decision only you can make. Each type has its benefits and unique appearance, so keep that in mind when selecting.
What is the difference between unfinished and prefinished hardwood?
There is a huge difference between unfinished and prefinished hardwood flooring that homeowners really need to take into account when selecting their preferred floors. An unfinished hardwood floor is straight wood with no added amenities from the manufacturer. While on the job site, the flooring contractor will be required to sand the wood down and apply a finishing protective coat to the wood before installing it in your home. This generally leaves a pretty awful smell for a few days while everything settles, but it does cost less.
As for prefinished, the manufacturer handles all of the extras, including sanding the wood to the correct specifications and applying a coat of finish before the customer ever lays a hand on the wood itself. You will not have to worry about messy dust or hairs making their way into the flooring with prefinished, which is a huge addition to the positive column.
Can an engineered wood floor be refinished?
Engineered wood flooring is generally considered to be quite tough and durable. However, when it comes to refinishing the floor, one must be quite careful to prevent any grooves or bumps while performing the refinishing process. Before starting said process, our professional contractors can examine the top layer of hardwood to ensure it is thick enough to handle refinishing. If the top layer is too thin – most are between four to eight millimeters – you risk sanding straight down into the plywood below. This would essentially ruin the floor altogether, requiring costly repairs or reinstallation. If the engineered hardwood has been sanded previously, then refinishing is usually a no-go this time around. If not, then the job can be completed by a skilled professional. In any case, it would be best to call in for a consultation to check whether or not refinishing is even viable for your home at this time.
What are edge treatments?
Edge treatments are basically the finishing details put into the top edges of hardwood flooring by your contractor. Our company performs edge treatments on hardwood flooring to ensure an aesthetically pleasing appearance without the potential for any damage down the road. There are different types of edge treatments that can offer different visual effects, depending on your needs or desires.
- Square edges – Smooth edges with a seamless appearance
- Micro/eased edges – A very subtle distinction between the planks of your flooring
- Scraped – These scraped bevels are carefully crafted by a professional’s hand to offer a unique, enticing appearance
- Pillowed – Pillowed edges are generally contoured very softly around the edges of the planks
What type of edge treatment you receive for your floor will depend on the style, type, material, and your needs. Speak with a flooring technician to learn more about edge treatments for your home.
Ceramic Tile Floor Installation
The possibilities are endless. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. offers an extensive range of ceramic, marble, granite, slate, stone and porcelain-based tile flooring. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. is able to bring the complete showroom to your doorstep while providing you with timely, personal attention from start to finish. Tile flooring is available in an infinite number of colors, sizes, shapes and finishes, so there is no limit to the beautiful, personalized designs to create. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. can help you select a look that is tailored to your needs. We offer basic and custom tile floors for your home or office. We carry the top manufacturer products.
Driving Directions From Coppell, TX to Our Location
Driving Time By Car: 22 min via Sam Rayburn Tollway
>> Get on Sam Rayburn Tollway from Freeport Pkwy, N Coppell Rd. and Frontage Rd.
Head east on W Bethel Rd toward Freeport Pkwy, Turn left onto Freeport Pkwy, Turn right onto W Sandy Lake Rd, Turn left onto N Coppell Rd, Slight right onto Frontage Rd, Continue onto TX-121, Use the left lane to take the TX-121 N ramp
>> Continue on Sam Rayburn Tollway to Denton County. Take the exit toward FM 423/Main St/Josey Ln from Sam Rayburn Tollway
Merge onto Sam Rayburn Tollway, Continue onto TX-121/Sam Rayburn Tollway, Continue onto Sam Rayburn Tollway, Take the exit toward FM 423/Main St/Josey Ln
>> Take Main St to Elm St in The Colony
Merge onto TX-121 N, Use the 2nd from the left lane to turn left onto N Josey Ln, Continue onto Main St, Turn right onto Witt Dr, Turn left onto Elm St, D&R Floors will be on the right.
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Are you ready to get started? We understand your time is valuable and that your flooring is an investment. We will work around your schedule and even bring the showroom directly to you. D&R Floors is fully bonded and insured. We have been members of the Better Business Bureau since 2004 and serving DFW since 1992. Contact us today for a FREE estimate at 972-625-4100 and we’ll bring the showroom to you!