Here are three things you should avoid, when choosing a carpet or hardwood flooring installation service for your next flooring project.
If you pull up to a flooring store and find a building with peeling paint, outdated signage, and cigarette butts all over the lot, chances are that you've found a team that isn't much concerned with attention to detail.
If a prospective team can't be trusted to maintain their own property properly, how can you trust them with yours? In cases like this, it's best just to move along to someone else, and save yourself the time and trouble of interviewing them.
They aren't properly insured
Honest flooring installers are subject to a number of legal requirements, such as possessing insurance, to be considered a legal, legitimate operation. Any problems with their work or any injuries that occur while performing it will be your responsibility, in the event that your workers aren't properly insured.
It's always important to get a straight answer about this when interviewing your prospective Dallas carpet installation team. If they are dodgy about answering the question, or attempt to change the subject, get out of there!
They are under-equipped
Any flooring installation requires specialized tools to perform properly, especially when it comes to carpet. Ask your prospective installer what kinds of tools they use to do the work. If they don't at least have an industrial-grade carpet stretcher, they are probably under-equipped.
Take the time to read up on what tools are required for the job, and make sure that your next installer uses them!
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