We needed carpeting installed on the 2nd floor of a townhouse much sooner than the carpet supplier could do it. The earliest installation date that the supplier could offer was two weeks out but the move was already scheduled eight days out. I reached out to Premier Flooring in the afternoon and Javier Ramos from Premier Flooring responded within the hour. The next morning Javier met us at the job site to discuss the job and work out details for getting the materials from the carpet supplier. The very next morning Javier and his crew were picking up the purchased carpet and pad to begin the installation. As soon as they arrived at the job site, I could tell that these guys were very experienced. They worked as a team quickly removing the old carpeting/padding and preparing the sub-floor for the installation. They were able to complete the entire 2nd-floor carpet installation without the need for a single seam. Very impressive! They were highly effective, the carpet was installed flawlessly, and there was virtually no damage whatsoever to any of the newly installed and painted baseboards. They hauled away all of the old materials for disposal and the entire job was completed by noon. I've worked with many contractors over my lifetime and I can honestly say that Javier and his crew from Premier Flooring are one of the best at their craft.
We're based in Contra Costa County and serve the entire San Francisco Bay Area. Popular cities in our service area include Antioch, Concord, Clayton, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Alamo, Danville, San Ramon, Dublin, and Livermore. If you're located in or around the Bay Area, give us a call and we'll be happy to answer any questions you might have!
The cost of hardwood floors will depend on the size and type, as well as any preparation or repair work that needs to take place before installation. The average cost is around $5k-$8k but we can provide accurate quotes for your residential or commercial project!
Installing a hardwood floor is not as quick and easy a process as some people think. If your home already has an old carpet or vinyl in place, then you will need to take that out before installing the new surface of choice - which usually goes pretty quickly once construction begins.
Installs can last from a few days up through 2+ weeks depending on how much time each day allotment takes away from work duties etc., but most homes only experience 2 weeks worth with this type of installation. Contact us today so we can determine a more precise time frame for your project!
Yes, Premier Flooring Inc. and Javier Ramos are indeed licensed floor contractors. Our contractors License is #899348
Kitchen floors are among the most frequently cleaned surfaces in your house. That's because they do so much work! You'll want to choose a durable floor for this task, and there are some great options out there like these:
- Tiles are durable and cost less than stone or wood. They're also moisture-resistant so you can enjoy your new floor without worrying about it getting wet!
- Hardwood flooring is a popular choice for kitchen space, but it can't withstand the wear and tear that comes from dropped pots or pans. Engineered woods are typically more durable than softwoods like oak; they also show less signs of scratches when compared with natural wood products
- Linoleum floors are a great way to have an inexpensive and easily maintained floor.
- Vinyl flooring is a good solution for the kitchen also, not only does it look great, but this type of surface can withstand dents without showing too much wear and tear on its appearance!
Hardwood floors are some of the most durable and long-lasting flooring you can find. Oak, maple, or cherry wood is typically hardwood's best choice because it has less risk for scratches from furniture than engineered species do - but if humidity strikes your home then beware! Engineered woods will likely hold up better in that situation due to their greater stability over time as well as being able to recoat itself when wet without swelling too much so they don't break under pressure like sawdust might do after sanding down stubborn grooves left behind by trimming tools used during installation.