Wood Floor Installations and Materials in El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM
If you make the investment in a new floor, from solid wood to vinyl tile, it’s best to protect that investment in materials with proper installation. You’ll get the most wear and the longest use out of your new flooring, all without the hassle of cutting and laying down the planks yourself. Contact our team to plan out an installation project in El Paso, TX or Las Cruces, NM.
Our exclusive approach to wood floor design blends multiple techniques. Throughout the years, the Bañuelos family of Wood Floors by Beto has proudly stood behind every installation our craftsmen perform. Our team has a solid commitment to mechanics, structural assessment, and keeping up with technological advances and trends.
Our process for installing a new wood floor begins with initial assessments and measurements. One of our consultants will visit your home and measure the areas you would like to upgrade. We’ll then invite you to our showroom, where you can choose from the latest trends or traditional looks available. Our wood floor design pros will help you to select a floor that fits your needs in terms of lifestyle, décor, and budget. Based on the total space and the materials you want, our design team will create a personalized quote for the total materials, time, and labor involved.
As many of our clients can attest, step-by-step consultation is our specialty. After the perfect wood floor has been selected, the next step is to coordinate the project itself, especially if you’re planning other renovation or construction on your home at the same time. The team at Wood Floors by Beto will consult with you and any of your contractors or designers for all of the details specific to your project and highlight the main concerns you or the installation crew may have.
Certain details to consider regarding the wood floor installation may include your pets, delivery date of materials, actual start date, access to your home, crew work times, and which areas of your home to start working on first. Most importantly, we always take into consideration that more than likely you will be living in your home while we are working there. Therefore, noise, dust, and use of facilities should be discussed as well.