Carpet & Hardwood Floor Installation Frisco, TX
We want to show you how to have a whole new look in your home. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. proudly offers Frisco carpet and hardwood floor installation. D&R Floors offers a huge variety of top designer, high-quality ceramic tile, carpet and hardwood floor options. 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
Best of all, it’s affordable. We provide carpet installation options for nearly every purpose, decorating style, and budget. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. offers personal attention catering to all the needs and expectations of our Frisco 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 Frisco, 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
You’ll be the envy of the neighborhood. 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 Frisco, 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. We use the finest products available from manufacturers such as Bruce, Robins, and Anderson, just to name a few.
Engineered Hardwood Floor
Believe it or not, engineered hardwood flooring is completely different from solid wood floors. Originally, engineered hardwood flooring was developed for use solely on the first floor of a home. Today, homeowners can invest in the appearance and quality of their homes by installing engineered hardwood on any floor they choose. For the most part, many homeowners find they can save my money by purchasing engineered hardwood flooring material over real wood for their homes. You will not sacrifice quality, as it takes a seriously trained eye to even discern between the two once the installation is complete.
The professionals at D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. have experience nailing down engineered hardwood flooring to ensure it looks the best possible. With the professionals on the job, you can expect the quality to match all the stories you have heard. Engineered hardwood flooring can last a long time when cared for correctly.
Hardwood Floor Cost
The cost of installing a hardwood floor can be broken down into a few different factors: material, installation, labor, and size of the house. To start, the chosen material you want to make use of will increase or decrease the cost greatly. For example, soft wood, such as pine, will cost far less than a more expensive exotic type of wood, such as mahogany or tigerwood. These two types can cost anywhere from $8 to $14 per square foot, while pine will only cost around $3 to $6 per square foot. The installation cost is anywhere from $3 to $8, depending on the size of the home and the quality of the material being used.
No matter what quality of wood you intend to use, we can guarantee our flooring technicians will perform the job to your complete satisfaction. The material is handled with care and the installation is performed perfectly every time.
Hardwood Floor Installation
When it comes to hardwood flooring – or any type of flooring, for that matter – the task is best left to the professionals at D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. We have the experience, training, and tools to get the job done in the most proficient manner possible. Our flooring technicians have a unique eye for quality that makes them invaluable in this industry.
The installation process for hardwood flooring is actually quite simple when you understand exactly what you are doing. If you are considering hardwood floors in your home, call in our flooring technicians to get the job done right the first time. These floors are absolutely exquisite! They promote better indoor air quality, store carbon, and are quite durable – they last for hundreds of years when installed correctly. On top of these benefits, hardwood flooring can seriously increase the value of your home. If the time ever comes to sell the house, you know you will get a premium for the flooring alone.
Hardwood Floor Types
Believe it or not, there are numerous types of hardwood floors available. The most common are unfinished hardwood flooring, which requires a professional installer to sand the wood down and apply the finish directly. With this option, you generally have more choices to select from in terms of quality and style. It does take more time to install, however. The wood must be carefully prepared and installed, then finished correctly, which can sometimes take weeks to complete. You can also choose pre-finished wood flooring, which is delivered from the manufacturer ready to be installed in a home. For the homeowner working on a budget and looking for convenience, pre-finished hardwood flooring is definitely the option for you. The floors are ready to walk on as soon as they have been installed by a professional. Whatever option you decide is right for you, D&R Flooring can perform the installation at competitive prices and high quality.
Ceramic Tile Floor Installation
You’ll love our many choices in flooring. We offer 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. Our company can help you select a look that is tailored to your needs. We offer basic and custom tile floors for your home or office. D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. carries the top manufacturer products.
Why wait another day? At D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc., 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 and Home Solutions Inc. is fully bonded and insured. We have been members of the Better Business Bureau since 2004 and serving DFW since 1992. Contact or Call us today for your FREE estimate at 972-625-4100 and we’ll bring the showroom to you!
How does moisture affect my hardwood flooring?
Wood flooring is a natural product, which means it responds to variations in the weather and humidity within your home. The wood will expand or contract, despite the wood having been successfully dried out by the manufacturer prior to installation. Wood is also known as a hygroscopic material, which means it will scoop up moisture when exposed to the air. Opening and closing your home’s doors, leaving the windows open, and so on will cause moisture to accumulate in the wood. By absorbing large amounts of moisture, the hardwood flooring of your home may begin to swell and expand in size. This can cause problems in the entire installation, as the wood may begin to buckle. All wood flooring will expand and contract as the seasons and humidity changes; this is completely normal. Should large cracks begin to appear, however, call in a professional flooring technician as soon as possible.
What is the moisture content of our hardwood floors?
Hardwood flooring is quite a difficult material to work with. If the wood is not installed correctly, problems may ensue. When done right, you have a beautiful, long lasting material that is capable of withstanding an entire generation or more. However, moisture will always be the biggest enemy of hardwood flooring, which is something all homeowner should be wary of.
Ideally, the moisture content in your hardwood floors should be between 7% and 8%. This is normal for most regions in the country. For coastal areas, most hardwood flooring’s moisture content is around 11%. To ensure your hardwood is at the correct moisture content level at all times, check the RH value of your home using a thermos-hygrometer, then check the content rating of your wood flooring using a moisture meter. By doing this, you can ensure your hardwood floor does not warp prematurely or begin to buckle after the installation is successfully completed. Most homeowners won’t know how to perform such tests. Instead, call in the professionals at D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. today.
Can we install hardwood flooring in the basement?
Yes, it is entirely possible to install hardwood flooring in the basement of your home. A professional installation technician will effectively glue the flooring material to the concrete slab of your basement. It is recommended that you opt for a more durable option, such as the installation of a subfloor first, however. Alternatively, you can use engineered wood flooring in the basement to achieve the same basic look and feel as regular hardwood. Engineered wood is a great option due to the moisture and water leaks that are more common in the basement. The engineered material is stronger when combating moisture levels than natural wood.
When done right, hardwood flooring in the basement can really turn the entire level around. Concrete tends to be so dreary and drab. Hardwood flooring will make the basement a bit more elegant, inviting, and open for the entire family to enjoy.
Driving Directions From Frisco, TX to Our Location
Driving Time By Car: 13 min via Main St. and FM423
>> Head west on Main St. toward 5th St., Turn left onto FM423 S., Turn left onto E. Lake Highlands Dr., Turn right onto Elm St., D&R Floors and Home Solutions Inc. will be on the left.
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