Flooring Contractors Brooklyn

Without a doubt, professional flooring installation is the foundation to a beautiful room. Pairing quality materials with an expert installation is key to creating your perfect look.
We are offering this kind of installation experience for over 10 years to our customers in Brooklyn.


Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring comes from a solid piece of milled wood and contains solid wood all throughout. Popular hardwood varieties include maple, oak, walnut or cherry. Its versatility and quality make it a desirable flooring option for many home buyers.

However, it’s one of the more expensive flooring materials on the market and does take regular maintenance, such as using a specialty hardwood floor cleaner once a month and applying a fresh coat of finish every three to five years, to keep them looking great.


  • Increases home value
  • Can be refinished multiple times
  • Many options available
  • Strong and durable


  • Expensive
  • Can incur scrapes, scratches and dents in high-traffic areas
  • Susceptible to moisture damage
  • Not suitable for bathrooms, laundry rooms and basements

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered wood flooring offers the look of real wood at a more affordable price than solid wood. The floor features a thin layer of hardwood bonded over a high-quality plywood substrate. It’s as durable as solid hardwood flooring and can last as long with proper care.

Engineered wood flooring is a good choice for DIYers to install, which will save you money on installation costs.


  • DIY-friendly
  • Has real hardwood top layer
  • Greater resistance to moisture and water than real wood
  • Less likely to warp
  • Multiple installation methods


  • Can’t be refinished more than once
  • Not fade-resistant
  • Wide variation in quality
  • Can sound hollow underfoot
  • Emits VOCs

Hand Scraped Custom Finished Hardwoods

Hand scraped or distressed wood flooring has come back into fashion alongside it’s deep South brothers like plantation shutters.


Today’s state of the art manufacturing processes create laminate flooring that looks more like real wood than ever before.

Laminate is an affordable flooring option for homeowners who prefer an alternative to carpet but want to avoid the cost of hardwood or tiles.

The floors consist of a particleboard wood base topped by wood or tile photo beneath a clear plastic protective layer. This flooring is very DIY-friendly, and laminate offers a multitude of texture and color options.


  • Inexpensive compared to wood
  • Easy to clean
  • Scratch-resistant
  • DIY-friendly
  • Many styles and colors available


  • Susceptible to moisture damage
  • Chips easily
  • Does not look and feel like wood
  • Has a hollow sound underfoot



Tile flooring offers variety, durability, ready availability and value.

Tile flooring is a popular choice for moisture-prone areas like bathrooms and kitchens. The most common tile materials are ceramic or porcelain. Tile is water-resistant, durable and comes in a variety of styles and colors.

The installation cost varies depending on the material; for instance, glazed ceramic is less expensive than porcelain tile.


  • Waterproof
  • Durable
  • Long-lasting


  • Expensive
  • Hard to install
  • Lot of prep work is needed before installation
  • Cold and slippery


Natural stone, such as granite, marble, travertine and sandstone, are popular flooring choices for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Like ceramic and porcelain, stone is extremely durable and waterproof.

The stone’s finish determines the amount of care needed to maintain the floor. However, stone offers natural beauty and quality that is unparalleled by most types of flooring.


  • Bold and elegant
  • Long-lasting
  • Waterproof


  • Expensive
  • Hard to install
  • Lot of prep work is needed before installation
  • Cold and slippery
  • Difficult to maintain

Types Of Flooring To Consider

The flooring installation process typically involves the following steps:

Preparation: Prepare the subfloor by cleaning and leveling it, making any necessary repairs, and ensuring it is properly sealed.

Measurement: Measure the room or rooms to determine the amount of flooring needed and to plan the layout.

Materials Delivery: Ensure that the flooring material is delivered to the job site and stored properly to prevent damage.

Underlayment: Install an appropriate underlayment, if needed, to provide a smooth, level surface and to improve the performance of the flooring.

Layout: Determine the starting point and lay out the flooring to ensure a balanced, aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Cutting: Cut the flooring to size and shape, as needed, to fit around doorways, corners, and other obstacles.

Installation: Install the flooring, following the manufacturer’s instructions, using the appropriate tools and adhesives.

Finishing: Finish the installation by installing molding, trim, and transition pieces to hide the expansion gaps and to create a clean, seamless look.

Clean-Up: Clean up the job site, dispose of any waste materials, and vacuum or sweep the flooring to remove any dust or debris.

Final Inspection: Conduct a final inspection of the installation, ensuring that the flooring is properly installed and meets the customer’s expectations.

Every project presents its own goals. Our approach to great projects begins with a time-tested process that discovers and addresses the unexpected! Call us 718-496-0947

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