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Hardwood Floor Installation Denver
If you want the classic beauty of hardwood floors in a special home you plan to own for many years, you deserve an experienced, reputable contractor who provides top-quality floor installation in Colorado and the Denver area. When it comes to customer satisfaction, Chase Torri
It’s important to note that hardwood floor installation is a complex process and requires experience and a high degree of precision and attention to detail in order to achieve the desired floor.
We take great care to measure, handle and carefully lay out the new hardwood pieces so that it creates a seamless floor which should remain beautiful for years to come.
Chase Torri Hardwood has installed over 20.000 floors. Rest assured, your project is in good hands!
Every custom hardwood floor that we create is as unique as a fingerprint.
There are so many variables, from the wood species, wood grades, the
Hardwood Flooring Installation
There are so many variables, from the wood species, wood grades, the color of stain and the sheen of the clear coat, that every floor has it’s very own unique character. Additionally, we can color or stain the floor almost any color to assure a perfect flow with the design you are trying to match or achieve. Also, solid hardwood floors can be refinished several times, which will give you the option to change the floor’s character and color at a later time. A solid hardwood floor is made for the ages and will usually outlast your home, providing decades of reliable service while enhancing the overall beauty of your space.
Installing Laminate Flooring
Laminate Flooring is
Superior Stain/Fade Resistant
In fact, many of today’s laminate styles consist of extremely authentic wood or natural stone visuals to accommodate any room in your home. Laminate is well suited to those shoppers who want the look of real hardwood or stone but without the cost or maintenance that can be associated with natural products. It’s a fact. Laminate flooring costs significantly less than hardwood floors or natural stone tile. And who doesn’t want to save money, right?
So, laminate seems to be popular among buyers who are looking for a beautiful, durable, yet cost-effective flooring solution for their home. And laminate floors function well in any space with their many different styles and colors. You can choose from natural colors and dark wood grains as well as warm or cool color tones to compliment any room décor in your home. And if the “plank” look interests you, many hardwood plank designs are offered in laminate, including rare, exotic wood species.
Laminate stone and tile patterns will give you the elegant look of
Because laminate flooring is stain resistant, it doesn’t need to be varnished or waxed. Hooray! Laminate floors are also less likely to fade in direct sunlight, unlike aging hardwood floors. And don’t sweat it if you feel a little unfamiliar with this product. Laminate floors are relatively new to this
But more and more Americans are becoming familiar with laminate flooring because they have been aware of laminate countertops for years. By using the countertop technology and adding considerably more resin to the wear layer, some laminate floor manufacturers boast that their laminate floors are now 10 to 20 times harder than laminate countertops.
Installing Engendered Flooring
Engineered hardwood has a cross-plywood construction, with a solid wood veneer laminated to the top. Solid hardwood is just that, solid. Both styles range in thickness from 5/16 to 3/4 inch. Both types of floors come prefinished or unfinished and come in a variety of widths and styles.
There are several benefits to engineered hardwood. Here are just a few. Engineered hardwood is more dimensionally stable than solid wood flooring. Engineered floors can be glued down directly to concrete, floated or stapled. They can be installed above, on, or below grade. Engineered floors are less prone to cupping and usually have a lifetime structure warranty. These floors can be installed over radiant heat. Engineered hardwood can also be used to make intricate patterns, such as herringbone, Hungarian point, Dutch weave and more. The downside to engineered flooring is the process by which it is made. The adhesives used may contain formaldehyde or other toxic chemicals.
The top veneer on engineered floors can range from 0.6 millimeters to a full 1/4 inch. There are essentially four different ways to saw the veneers for flooring. The four cuts are: Rotary, Sawn face, Rift and quartered, and Quarter sawn. Sawn face and Rift and quartered material is the exact same cut as a solid hardwood. Engineered hardwood also comes unfinished, most people cannot tell the difference between engineered unfinished and a solid unfinished.
Installing Solid Pre Finish
Prefinished hardwood flooring is also called “factory finished flooring.” The stain and finish are applied during manufacturing, so when the flooring arrives at your home, it just needs to be installed.
Hardwood flooring with a factory-applied finish is not only faster and easier to install, but it performs better over time. To produce the highest quality hardwood flooring, stains and finish coatings are applied and dried in a factory-controlled environment. High-performance aluminum oxide urethane coatings are subjected to as many as seven passes of ultraviolet light to cure the urethane to the wood and preserve its color, thus creating an extremely durable finish. By comparison, site-finished floors typically receive only two or three coats of polyurethane and then are allowed to cure by air drying.
Yes, hardwood flooring can be re-sanded and refinished multiple times, whether it came prefinished or was finished on site. Solid hardwood can be refinished more times than engineered wood can.
When buyers choose unfinished flooring over prefinished, customization is often a reason.
- Can be easier to match to your existing hardwood flooring or other interior decor, if you need a very specific stain
- Custom color staining
- Allows for easier installation of customized elements, like inlays
- Some plank widths and exotic wood species are available only as unfinished hardwood flooring
- Less expensive than prefinished boards (but remember there will be additional expenses associated with finishing the floors on site)
Installing Luxury Vynle Planks (LVP)
LVP, or Luxury Vinyl Plank, is a durable, affordable, and beautiful alternative to hardwood flooring. It’s well-suited for a variety of residential and commercial applications, and, when installed correctly, perfectly mimics the look, texture, and warmth of real wood
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