This is the initial step in remodeling which includes removing old floors, tiled walls, drywall, vanities, toilets, baseboards, etc. The demolition is a dusty process because it involves the removal of flooring, tiles, and flooring adhesives. Before starting any demolition work, we will carefully cover everything in plastic to protect all surfaces that are not being remodeled. We also use a vacuums during the demolition to avoid creating dust and clean the dust at the end of each day to keep area as clean as possible.

Floor Preparation

This is the process of sub-floor preparation and installation of the required materials before installing the new surfaces. This may include the leveling of the floors, grinding the floors or pouring the floors with self-leveling cement. If the room may be on the second floor we add cement boards to provide support and prevents cracking.

Laminate and Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Floor aka LVP is one of the most popular flooring that is used today. Due to the durability and the majority of LVP is 100% waterproof. LVP flooring is installed as “floating” floor. Meaning there is no glue or adhesive used when installing. Both vinyl and laminate materials are very similar in the installation process, the only difference is water penetration. In most cases, luxury vinyl floors are 100% waterproof, while laminate floors are easily affected by moisture.

Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors can be installed in three different ways: floating, glued down, and nailed down. Hardwood flooring is a delicate material that can be scuffed, scratched and dented.

Tile Floor Installation

Tiles come in a wide variety of styles and designs. In addition to a range of available colors and styles, tiles can be installed in different patterns—including herringbone, offset, stacked, mosaic or even a randomized or customized pattern—whatever you can dream up can be accomplished.There are different types of tiles such as ceramic, porcelain, glass and natural stone.. When it comes to choosing tiles and designs for your home All About Flooring always recommends that you find a design that fits you. Choosing the design that fits You and Your Home is one of the most important parts. If you are not sure on what tile design you like, check on photos online to see what catches your eye!

Baseboard and Transition Installation

These are base boards and transition pieces. These pieces give a finished look to the floors, they cover the edges of the floors and make a seamless transition from one type of floor to another.

Tile Backsplash

Tile backsplash is usually installed behind the counters in the kitchens and behind the vanities in the bathroom. A Backsplash is a very important accent in your kitchen and/or bathroom as it keeps your walls safe from water intrusion or from cooking residue such as grease. These areas create design and impressions in your home, that makes your spaces beautiful.