Toyo Construction Group


Flooring Installation

One of the first things to consider when choosing a flooring service is the type of material you want. Do you want the natural beauty and warmth of hardwood? The durability of tile? The softness of carpet? Or the affordability and easy maintenance of laminate? A good flooring service can help you explore the pros and cons of each material, and make an informed decision based on your budget, lifestyle, and aesthetic preferences.

Once you've chosen a material, the next step is installation. A good flooring service will provide professional installation services to ensure that your new floors are properly installed and will last for years to come. This includes preparing the subfloor, laying down the flooring material, and ensuring that everything is level and secure. With professional installation, you can have peace of mind knowing that your floors are safe and durable for your family to enjoy.

Flooring services we offer:

Waterproof vinyl plank

Vinyl plank flooring has quickly become a top choice for homeowners and businesses alike. Its exceptional durability, waterproof properties, and resistance to scratches and stains make it an ideal flooring solution for any room.

With a wide range of styles and colors to choose from, you can easily achieve the look you want in any space. Plus, its easy maintenance makes it a practical and cost-effective option for busy households and commercial spaces.

Hardwood flooring

Hardwood flooring is a timeless and elegant choice for any home or business. It adds warmth, character, and value to any space. Hardwood floors come in a variety of species, colors, and finishes, allowing you to customize your flooring to fit your unique style.

With proper care and maintenance, hardwood flooring can last for decades and even increase in value over time. It's also a sustainable and eco-friendly option, as hardwood is a renewable resource.

Engineered wood flooring

Engineered wood flooring is a popular alternative to traditional hardwood flooring. It's made of multiple layers of wood veneers that are glued together, creating a stable and durable flooring option. Engineered wood flooring is available in a wide variety of styles and finishes, from rustic to modern.

It can be installed over any type of subfloor, including concrete, and is suitable for use in any room of the home. Engineered wood flooring is also more resistant to moisture and humidity than traditional hardwood flooring, making it a great option for high-traffic areas and homes with pets and children. With its versatility, durability, and beauty, engineered wood flooring is an excellent choice for any home or business.

Laminate flooring

Laminate flooring is a popular and affordable flooring option that provides the look of hardwood, tile, or stone at a fraction of the cost. It's made up of multiple layers of materials, including a photographic layer that mimics the look of natural materials.

Laminate flooring is easy to install and can be placed over most types of subflooring. It's also very durable and resistant to scratches, stains, and fading, making it an ideal option for high-traffic areas. Plus, it's easy to clean and maintain, requiring only regular sweeping and occasional mopping. With a wide range of styles, colors, and finishes to choose from, laminate flooring is a versatile and budget-friendly option for any home or business.

Wall to wall carpeting

Wall to wall carpeting is a popular flooring option that provides comfort, warmth, and sound insulation to any room. It's available in a variety of styles, colors, and textures to match any decor. Wall to wall carpeting is a great option for homes with young children or pets as it provides a soft surface for playing and reduces the risk of injuries from falls.

It's also an excellent option for homes or offices where noise reduction is important, as it can absorb sound and make a room quieter. With proper care and maintenance, wall to wall carpeting can last for many years and provide a comfortable and inviting atmosphere to any space.

Types of carpet at simple flooring
  • Texture & Plush Carpet
  • Frieze or Shaggy Carpet
  • Indoor-Outdoor Carpet
  • Commercial Carpet Tiles

Carpet tiles

Carpet tiles are a versatile and practical flooring option that is ideal for both residential and commercial spaces. Unlike wall-to-wall carpeting, carpet tiles are individual squares of carpet that can be easily installed and replaced. They come in a variety of sizes, colors, and textures, making it easy to create custom designs and patterns.

Carpet tiles are also very durable and resistant to stains, making them an ideal option for high-traffic areas. Additionally, they can be easily replaced if damaged or stained, saving time and money on replacement costs. With their ease of installation, durability, and customization options, carpet tiles are an excellent choice for anyone looking for a practical and stylish flooring solution.

Discover all carpet tile benefits
  • Carpet tile advantages
  • Endless layout possibilities
  • Sustainable flooring solution

Vinyl tiles

Vinyl tiles are very durable and resistant to scratches, stains, and moisture, making them an ideal option for high-traffic areas and spaces where spills are common. They are also very easy to install, with many options featuring a self-adhesive backing that eliminates the need for glue or other adhesives.

With their versatility, durability, and affordability, vinyl tiles are an excellent choice for anyone looking for a practical and stylish flooring solution.

Advantages and disadvantages of vinyl floors
  • Vinyl Tile flooring is 100% waterproof, durable and stands up well to heavy foot traffic.
  • It is comfortable under foot and reduces noise, which can be important for owners with kids or pets.
  • Vinyl Tiles are also less expensive than many other flooring options.
  • On the other hand, vinyl floors do not stand up well to heat and should not be installed over heated floor systems.
  • Also, some vinyl products can fade with exposure to too much direct sunlight. For that reason, vinyl is not recommended for outdoor uses.

Wood sanding & refinishing

Wood sanding and refinishing is the process of restoring old or worn-out wooden floors to their former glory. Sanding involves removing the top layer of the wood to reveal a fresh surface, while refinishing involves applying a new stain or finish to the sanded surface. This process can bring new life to a tired floor and restore its beauty and functionality.

Wood sanding and refinishing can also improve the overall value of a property, as it is a cost-effective way to upgrade the look and feel of a space. With the right tools and expertise, a professional can help transform a dull and dated wooden floor into a beautiful and modern focal point of any home or business.

How to care for your refinished hardwood floor
  • Sweep up spills, crumbs, dust and dirt into piles
  • Address standing liquids immediately with a clean, non-abrasive material
  • This is a natural product and it should not be treated with chemicals
  • Hardwood is resilient, but not invincible

Porcelain & Ceramic tiles

Porcelain and ceramic tiles are two popular options for flooring and wall coverings. Both are made from clay and other natural materials, but porcelain tiles are denser and more durable than ceramic tiles. Porcelain tiles are also less porous, making them more resistant to water and stains.

Ceramic tiles come in a wider range of styles and colors, while porcelain tiles tend to have a more uniform appearance. Both types of tiles are easy to clean and maintain, and can be used in a variety of settings, from bathrooms and kitchens to living rooms and outdoor spaces.

The benefits of ceramic tile
  • Durability
  • Resistances
  • Color Permanence

Subfloor leveling & repairs

Subfloor leveling and repairs are crucial steps in preparing a subfloor for a new flooring installation. An uneven subfloor can cause problems with the final flooring surface, such as cracking, buckling, or squeaking.

Repairs may involve replacing damaged sections of the subfloor, while leveling involves adding or removing material to create a level surface. Depending on the extent of the damage, the subfloor may need to be reinforced with additional materials, such as plywood or cement backer board.

Proper subfloor preparation is critical for the longevity and durability of your new flooring, so it's best to consult a professional for subfloor leveling and repairs. They have the knowledge and experience to ensure the job is done correctly, and your new flooring will look and perform its best.

Water mitigation

Water mitigation is the process of reducing or preventing the damage caused by water in a building. It involves quickly removing water from the affected area and drying out the space to prevent further damage from mold and other secondary effects. Water mitigation is necessary in situations such as floods, burst pipes, or leaks, which can cause significant damage to a building's structure and contents.

The process may include water extraction, dehumidification, air movement, and monitoring moisture levels to ensure the area is thoroughly dried. Water mitigation can help minimize the cost and extent of damage, and it's essential to act quickly to prevent further damage and potential health hazards.

A professional water mitigation team has the expertise and equipment to handle the job efficiently and effectively, ensuring your property is restored to its pre-damage condition as quickly as possible.

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