Why does my laminate or wood floor appear to have blisters on the surface?
Over time wood and laminate floors can suffer blisters from moisture, whether it be over a period of time, or a spill, water is not friendly to any type of wood.
Do you install carpet?
No, we do not install carpet or sheet vinyl.
What types of flooring does The Floor King Group, LLC,. install?
We install hard surface only, such as tile, hardwood, laminate, stone, travertine, and other hard surfaces.
Do you install and refinish hardwood floors?
Yes, we do all types and sizes.
Can The Floor King Group, LLC., perform complete remodels?
Yes, we can handle as much or as little as you need us to do.
Are estimates really free?
Yes, we will come to your home, business, or construction job site and provide you a free estimate, as well as a list of necessary materials if requested.
Why does the installation of a variety of tiles cost more money?
The reason for the price increase is due to the level of difficulty involved in the installation process. Some tile such as rectified, or larger tiles take much longer to install than others.
Does tile come perfectly sized?
The short answer is generally no, they are not, but it really depends on the factory’s quality control.
Do I need my grout sealed?
This is a debate the manufactures will argue about, but sealing grout is not all it’s cracked up to be. Grout can be stained even if sealed, but most grouts are stain resistant straight out of the bag. Furthermore, grout is usually dirty, not stained, therefore it needs to be cleaned properly.
Are larger tiles easier to install?
No, these tiles do not flow across the floor as easily as the smaller tiles. The larger tile requires more floor leveling before installation, and as they are running we must float the floor as we go.
Do you level floors before installation?
Yes, we level floors for customers who have floors that need leveling prior to installation, at an additional charge.
Do you install ADA showers?
Yes we have installed many ADA showers and bathrooms for home owners, and on many commercial projects.
Why is my shower grout discolored?
One of two reasons are the most common, it is either dirty, or a sign of problems under the surface.