When you install new flooring in your home, office, or business, you are making a substantial investment, and you want it done right. When selecting your flooring, you should choose a material that is not only aesthetically pleasing to you but also suitable and durable for your space.
There is a wide variety of flooring from which to choose - traditional wood flooring, laminate flooring, vinyl and luxury vinyl plank flooring, ceramic tile, engineered wood, and wall to wall carpeting are the most popular we are called on to install.
Choosing hardwood flooring will increase the value of your home and is a long-lasting option. Laminate flooring is another excellent option if you love the look of wood but don’t necessarily need the makeup of solid hardwood. With so many flooring choices and flooring companies to choose from, pick the one you know you can trust. Our team has the talent and experience to handle your flooring job and our commitment to do so with meticulous attention to detail.
Embassy Construction takes the stress out of everything we do. When you choose us, you will always get a quality product. Our reputation for skilled installation and guaranteed customer satisfaction from concept, installation, and completion is dependent on the quality of the product you choose.
Our meticulous attention to detail before and during the installation and construction phase ensures that your new floor will provide you with pleasure for years to come. Our job is complete only when we have completed our cleanup.
Should you DIY or hire a pro? How do you decide who should install your new floor? Are you wondering if you should tackle the installation yourself or hire a construction company to install your new hardwood floors? What about vinyl plank flooring installation? Do I have the time and skills, tools, and knees to install engineered hardwood flooring? Here are 4 more questions to ask yourself before you decide which way to go.
The most popular trend is vinyl plank flooring that comes in planks, just like real wood, and even has the grain, knots, and texture of trees. Luxury vinyl tile that looks like stone and ceramic is also popular.
At one time, hardwood flooring was the only game in town if you wanted wood flooring. Then, simulations popped up, some better than others—engineered wood, laminate "wood" flooring, resilient tile mimicking wood, and more. Yet as the ads like to tout, nothing quite feels like real, solid wood flooring. It's sturdy, feels substantial underfoot, and maintains value. LEARN MORE here.