Flooring Installation Contractors in Orlando, FL

Every home or place of business needs a floor. Whether it be a new home, renovation project, commercial space, or rental property, Flooring Pro Installers works with a wide range of flooring types to suit your needs. Installations are carried out by professional flooring contractors in an efficient and timely manner, servicing the city of Orlando, FL. Anyone can follow instructions to install flooring, however having a professional at your disposal ensures peace of mind that the job will be performed on schedule. You can rely on the expertise of our crews to execute your vision for each project to the best of their abilities to achieve complete customer satisfaction. We maintain competitive pricing by not having the costs associated with a physical showroom, and instead are able to pass those savings onto you. Since we specialize in hardwood, you also benefit from our restoration services for damaged, warped or outdated floors, with supporting service for baseboards, stairs and tile backsplashes.

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Services We Provide

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Flooring Installation

A new floor is only as beautiful and functional as its installation. Investing in upgraded flooring or having it installed in a new home should be completed by professional installers. We are trained in the latest techniques and methods for all installations. Attention to detail is of the upmost importance to maintain customer satisfaction. Our team promises a beautiful finished product, regardless of the type of floor you choose for your project. We specialize in both residential and commercial installations and can work with general contractors as well. Our crews can finish stairways and baseboards as well, providing a seamless finish between planes, and ensuring your stairs and steps are safe and ready for foot traffic.

Flooring Restoration

Hardwood floors are an elegant addition to any space, and if cared for properly can last the test of time. Maintaining hardwood on a regular basis by sweeping, vacuuming hard to reach spaces, and mopping will keep your floor looking pristine. However, there are times when refinishing due to wear and tear, damage or neglect may be required. Restoration is a labour intensive process which requires time and skill. Our team is proficient in stripping, patching, sanding and repairing hardwood, in preparation for refinishing your floor. You will have the choice for us to stain your newly restored floor using a satin or glossy finish.

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Radiant Heating Installation

There’s nothing like stepping out of the shower onto a warm heated floor during the colder winter months. Plenty of residents in Orlando upgrade their bathroom floors with radiant heating. Ceramic tiles popularly used in bathrooms are great for conducting heat from installed elements below the surface. Our crews can assist with any bathroom renovation or installation where you may want to include in-floor heating.

Types of Flooring We Install

Hardwood

One of the most popular choices across North America. Hardwood provides a beautiful yet predictable standard for any home. Which can be laid out in many variations for a unique look and feel. If your budget permits we recommend upgrading to engineered hardwood for longer lasting durability. 

Vinyl & Laminate

If you are looking for a more economical choice, vinyl plank or laminate flooring can simulate the look and feel of hardwood, but without the price tag. Easy to clean and super durable, vinyl is perfect for high foot traffic areas and can be a cost effective choice for rental or investment properties.

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Tile

Tile flooring is most commonly used in bathrooms where there is a design to suit every style you could think of. Your personal touch can be used to compliment other features within the space. Tiles provide the flexibility to go for a more muted look, or alternatively create eye catching focal points.

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Stone

If you are looking for a natural alternative to hardwood, you may consider completing your look with stone. Many options ranging from granite and marble to various types of flagstone. This finish pairs well with waterfall elements, or floor to ceiling windows to let the light accentuate its natural beauty.

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Concrete

The popular modern industrial look calls for concrete floors to make a statement of strength and fortitude. Whether polished or rough, this style of flooring compliments monochromatic colour pallets, as well as other natural elements like brick or metal.

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Epoxy

For durability and resistance against water damage or stains, epoxy floors may be the option of choice. This works great inside a garage, especially if you want to use it as a workshop for woodwork or cars. Epoxy cleans easily and offers a seamless solution that is practical.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best flooring for a garage?

The most economical floor type for a garage is usually concrete, and most are built this way. However, you can improve the look and durability with polished concrete. This creates a seal for the concrete, and also steps up the look and feel above the norm. If your budget allows, we also recommend epoxy. Epoxy can be poured over any surface, including concrete. It will stand the test of time, and you can specify the design of your choice, while maintaining ease of cleaning as well as moisture and stain resistance.

What is resilient flooring?

Resilient flooring refers to the subset of floor types that fall between hard and soft surfaces, offering the benefits of both worlds. For example, hardwood or stone floors maintain firmness as opposed to carpet floors which are soft and have give. Resilient floors would be any type of floor that maintains its firmness, yet still has some bounce or play in the material. Vinyls and laminates along with epoxy are popular examples of this. Asphalt or cork are also resilient options commonly used outdoors in place of concrete or brick.

What is the best way to clean vinyl plank floors?

The easiest way to maintain vinyl plank is to clean it on a regular basis. It does not require any special washing technique or solution. Mopping with a bucket of hot water (2 quarts), mixed with a small amount of dish soap (1/4 cup), and a splash of white vinegar (1 cup) will do the trick. The dish soap acts as a solvent to help loosen dirt, grime and grease. While the white vinegar disinfects surfaces, and is safe for pets and children. This method is not only good for vinyl plank, but is also effective on other surfaces such as tile, epoxy, concrete or stone.

What is better? Laminate vs Vinyl

This really comes down to your preference of price vs benefits. Laminate floors tend to be a bit softer, and also more cost effective. However, with the lower cost comes less durability over time. Laminate can succumb to moisture and need to be replaced every 10-15 years, especially when used in areas like kitchens, bathrooms, or basements. On the other hand, vinyl floors have come a long way. Many are waterproof and very durable. These are especially effective for investment or rental properties due to the ease of installation and value for money. Although vinyl tends to be a little higher in price when compared to laminate, it is still cost efective when compared to other types of floors. Vinyl holds up in high traffic areas and will stand up to moisture in kitchens and bathrooms a lot longer than laminate.

What is the best low maintenance flooring?

When considering which type of floor is most suitable, many raise the question about maintenance. In the short term you may be considering the ease of cleaning, however there are also long term considerations for durability and upkeep of your floor. For the purpose of short term maintenance, vinyl, epoxy and hardwood floors are likely the best choice for low maintenance cleaning. You will avoid having to clean grout, and are able to use multiple traditional cleaning methods like vacuuming, sweeping or mopping. As for long term maintenance, to avoid having to refinish your floors an engineered hardwood may be suitable. Engineered variations are longer lasting and less prone to scratching and issues related to pressure or temperature changes over time. 

How soon can you put furniture on vinyl plank flooring?

It is generally recommended that you wait at least 24 hours before placing your furniture back onto your newly installed vinyl plank. This will ensure proper adhesion and settling. It’s not as big of an issue for light furniture, however heavier items may cause problems with your installation. We also recommend using some sort of padding underneath heavy furniture, which can be found at your local hardware store. This will ensure extra protection against scratching or scraping from. heavy furniture legs.