Flooring Installation

Let’s face it. Choosing the right flooring is a big decision. Finding a licensed and insured installer can be even a bigger decision. We can help by having our professional installers lay your flooring. From Hardwood to EVP to Laminate to LVP we can do it all. Good construction and installation brings continuity, function, and beauty to a living or working space, whether it’s a 1000-square-foot home or a rambling country estate. 


Here are some of the services we offer:

  • MI Licensed & Insured Builder   
  • Lead Certified  
  • Discounts on flooring with select manufactures
  • Flooring Samples
  • In-home measure and consultation

Flooring Services

We specialize in

Nail Down Hardwoods & Engineered

Floating Floors (EVP & Laminate & Engineered)

Glue Down Flooring (any product)

Finishing Trim

The right trim completes a flooring project. We install all trim from small shoe molding to tall baseboard. 

Need Floor Repair?

Is the subfloor bad or need replaced or just have some annoying squeaks? We can fix most problems with subfloors.

Additional Services

We also offer furniture and appliance moving (with a hover craft to insure no damage to new flooring). We can remove your existing floor, haul it away, and dispose of it safely and legally.

Stone & Door Jam Undercutting

We offer free door jam undercutting on most projects. This service makes your door jams sit on top of the flooring making it look finished. We can undercut most stone, tile, & masonry to slide the flooring under saving the need for trim. Starting at $10 per ln ft

Hardwood Stair Treads & Risers

Hardwood flooring for stairs is a timeless, classic look that goes well with virtually any décor.  hardwood flooring for stairs will seamlessly blend into any style of interior you're interested in cultivating. 

Flooring Types

Hardwood ~ Domestic & Exotic

3/4" hardwood flooring come in hundreds of options and species. Solid hardwood is for purists who have long-time prospects in mind, yet do not mind installing different types of flooring in different parts of the house, according to need. Solid wood will return value many years down the road.

Installation- Nail Down or Glue Down

Engineered Hardwood

Engineered wood floors are real wood floors that are manufactured using three to nine layers of different wood veneers. The grain of each layer runs in different directions, which makes it very stable. This means that the wood will expand and contract less than solid wood flooring during fluctuations in humidity and temperature. The top layer of engineered wood flooring consists of high-quality wood. While this type of flooring can be sanded and finished, it cannot be done as many times as solid wood flooring

Bamboo

Bamboo flooring is available in both solid and engineered structures. The main difference between the two different structures is the way that the planks of flooring are constructed. Once they have been installed, it is almost impossible to tell the difference between the two as they both look the same from the surface. Bamboo is a very hard (dense) wood and more scratch resistant than domestic hardwoods.

EVP or Rigid Core Vinyl Planks

Rigid core luxury vinyl flooring has a stone-plastic composite core. That means its core is super dense and basically practically indestructible. Seriously.               
 Because rigid core is so tough, it’s perfect for high traffic areas and commercial buildings. In fact, it’s certified to handle commercial areas. Because of the ultra-dense core, it’s not likely to dent  under heavy furniture. Consider SPC vinyl flooring a Superhero. 

Installation- Floating or Glue Down

LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank)

These planks can stand up to the  abuse of high traffic, kids, and pets. They’re made of pretty tough stuff.. Usually, though, a luxury vinyl product includes a thick, durable floor, multiple layers, a realistic image, and a tough                 wear layer. If not, then it might not be as high quality as it claims

Installation- Floating or Glue Down

Laminate

Laminate flooring is a surface layer of two thin sheets of paper impregnated with melamine. This top-most surface layer is a hard transparent type of plastic sheet that is impervious to dogs, chairs, high heels, and other common damaging elements. Even when viewed close-up laminate flooring can look realistic.

Installation- Floating or Glue Down