Hardwood flooring isn't often the first choice when you have a concrete subfloor. Several factors come into play in this situation.
It takes excellent preparation and a few other things to get the results you want in this situation. And the more you know about the process, the better your results will be.
Preparation for concrete subfloors
One of the most important tasks is preparing the surface of the concrete subflooring. You'll work with a team that knows how to ensure the best results for this surface.
Preparation can also include an assessment of both the wood floors and the surface. You'll even consider the grade level to determine the best materials for the space.
Is moisture an issue?
If you have issues with moisture in your subfloor, an underlayment might be necessary. If so, we will discuss all your options and what might serve you best.
An underlayment offers more benefits beyond moisture protection as well. Once you choose specific materials, we'll tell you precisely what you can expect from your hardwood flooring.
What can you expect from wood floors?
Once in place, hardwood flooring offers exceptional durability and a long lifespan. The two go hand in hand, and lifespans of more than 100 years are not uncommon.
These floors are easy to customize for visuals you're sure to love. Be sure to consider all the latest trends as you shop.
We have the flooring and services you need
At Express Flooring, we eliminate the hassle, anxiety, and frustration from your experience. And we offer service, from product selection through installation to homes and businesses in Arizona, Texas, Las Vegas, and New Mexico.
When you're ready for the best hardwood flooring in San Antonio, TX, contact us at your convenience. We serve the San Antonio and Austin service areas of New Braunfels, San Marcos, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Seguin, and more!