Hardwood Floor Installation Equipment and Tips
Today, J & L Flooring will provide you with some information regarding the tools and equipment a professional hardwood floor installation specialist should provide. Read on and learn what such a project cannot do without. Here is our list with suggestions:
- Power tools – Items, such as 10’’ miter saw, compound miter saw, circular, jig, table jam, routers, and toe kick saws.
- Preparation tools – Items, such as hardwood adhesives, concrete grinders, hammers, flooring edgers, knee pads, hygrometers, floor leveling compounds, floor buffers, tools, sealers, scrapers, underlayment, moisture meters, etc.
- Installation tools – Items, such as air compressors, power jacks, nail guns, flooring nailers and staplers, strap clamps, and trowels.
- Repair tools – Items, such as dust control systems, adhesive removers, floor repair kits, furniture moving and floor protection tips for the consumer.
- Refinishing tools – Items, such as drum VS belt sanders, a square buff sander, hardwood floor brushes floor buffer, roller and scrapers.
As you can see, there are quite a few tools that are needed, in order to complete a flooring project up to the required standards. This is why DIY “specialists” should forget about handling such a heavy-duty task without hiring some professional help by a contractor who is more experienced and better equipped to perform such a job. Consider hiring a member of our Rapid City, SD team, and we guarantee the hardwood floor installation results you will get will even exceed your expectations. You can do this by dialing (605) 484-4978 and arranging a property inspection for a free estimate, with one of our friendly and knowledgeable customer care representatives.
A curious fact about hardwood floors:
In 2012, flooring showrooms boasted wide-plank, hand-scraped, or distressed hardwood floors, so that we could gain inspiration from the past and be guided to lives more attuned to nature, according to the World Floor Covering Association.