Thanks to many social media platforms, especially Pinterest, DIY projects are making a comeback like never before. There are tutorials for everything from cupcake pops to tiny homes, and just about everything in between. Flooring installation, however, should be carefully considered before the attempt is made to turn it into a do it yourself weekend project.
At CMH Interiors, we offer many products for your home, across a wide variety of price ranges. We also offer design assistance as well as quality, professional installation. We proudly serve Central Nebraska and we have a showroom in Kearney, NE. We invite you to stop by at your convenience to speak with a professional who can explain in more detail what our process includes.
It's true that some flooring materials are easier to install than others are. With such features as click and lock boards and planks, it might seem like the easiest thing in the world to pull off on your own. And in some cases, it works out fine.
However, even with some of the less expensive materials, your budget can take a hit with amateur installation. For instance, in many older homes, some of the rooms simply aren't square. What does this mean for you as an amateur installer? It means that somewhere towards the end of your installation process, as you near the far side of the room, you'll see that things aren't going to come out perfectly square. And you wonder what to do.
On the other hand, you might not have considered the fact that the thickness of the flooring you chose, would cause your doors to not close properly. This can create a situation where you're left wondering how to fix it.
These situations, and many more, are ones with which professional installers are well versed. They've come up against these problems, and they know how to fix them quickly and effectively, and in such a way that you'll never even know there was a problem.
Other materials, on the other hand, such as solid hardwood flooring, tile and natural stone, definitely need to be installed by professionals. They require specialized tools, a great deal of experience and the ability to fix anything that might go wrong. When you are ready for your flooring installation, feel free to give us a call.