Why We Do It.

Should You Do Floor Installation Yourself?

Now that you have that great new floor picked out, your inner DO-IT-YOURSELFER is wondering: should I tackle the installation myself or hire a flooring contractor? Many homeowners love rolling up their sleeves and completing a home improvement project. Successful DIY projects give you satisfaction and bragging rights. And, of course, they can help you save money by doing the work yourself. But for many flooring installations, the best advice is to call in a professional flooring contractor. You can count on Eric Adams Flooring to give you the peace of mind that your floor is installed properly.

Most people aren’t accomplished DO-IT-YOURSELFER’s, and when it comes to flooring you purchased from a hardware store like Home Depot or Lowes… You may not want to risk ruining the look of your home or the flooring materials you’ve already purchased.

Complicated Flooring Installation?

Large rooms with architectural features that impact the floor. Tricky cuts. Uneven subfloors. Unusually shaped rooms. Patterning. These kinds of installation challenges are best left to the efficient skills of a pro flooring contractor like Eric Adams Flooring. We know the tips and tricks to get the job done quickly with professional-looking results. A proper installation is critical to creating the look you want and making sure it stays that way for years to come.

Do you have the time?

The time involved with researching flooring options, shopping, and physical labor can add up fast. If you prefer to minimize disruption to your home and lifestyle, hire a us to be your flooring contractor. We’ll take all possible steps to ensure the installation goes as smoothly as possible, so you can start enjoying your new floor without delay! Plus, we will walk you through the maintenance requirements after installation.

Sure, there’s a lot to be said for the confidence gained after a successful DIY project, but some flooring installations are just not as easy as you might think. When in doubt, it’s better to hire Eric Adams Flooring instead of doing it yourself.