How to: get your flooring installed by a professional
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Good morning! Thank you for all your sweet comments on my post about Hospice and my gram. Today I am sharing our latest installment of Home Improvement Tips, Ideas and Resources with Sears Home Services. How to get your flooring installed by a professional is our topic today. Flooring is a necessity in any house and whether it be carpet, hardwood, tile or laminate, Sears Home Services can help.
As many of you know, we have been going through our house over the last few years and updating everything from bathrooms, flooring a kitchen renovation and a gabillion room updates -ha. We do many of our projects ourselves but that isn’t always feasible for the average home owner. There are still things that we wont DIY. We know when we are over our heads and need to hire a professional. Sears Home Services offers helps for every aspect and part of your home and they are currently offering some amazing promotions on Flooring.
Up to 12 month Special Financing available on installed Flooring purchases
over $1,500. Offer good through 12/31/2017. Not valid on prior sales or in combination with any other offer. Purchase requirement before
taxes and after other discounts and must be made in a single transaction.
Sears Home Services offers a free in-home consultation and offers top flooring brands featuring a variety of colors, patterns a and highly-skilled installation team. Honestly, when doing home renovation projects, half the battle is finding someone to do the work. I love how you can design, purchase and have the installation all handled by one company, Sears Home Services. Of course, you need to do your due diligence and ask questions, review the process and feel comfortable before committing and the free consult is the way to do that, without spending a dime.
Flooring can be a tricky thing. It’s not so much the flooring install that can create problems, it’s the prep work and ensuring the existing sub floor is essentially perfect before laying your new floor. Trust me, I know this from installing our own floors, the subfloor and prep-work are two beasts that if you don’t address correctly, you can end up in a mess. Things like, making sure the floor is level and if it’s now, how to fix it. Having a level floor is pretty important! -ha.
If you are thinking about tackling a flooring project, be sure to check out these resources on the Sears blog site. 3 alternatives to hardwood flooring, spot cleaning carpet tips, bathroom flooring options and things to consider when installing a kitchen floor. You can also see our 3 other Sears Home Services posts regarding your HVAC and The Top Home Improvement Projects and kitchen renovation tips that bring value to your home.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Sears Home Renovations. All opinions and words are 100% my own
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Where did you get the rug in your living room? I love the simplicity and texture. It seems very thin and that would be easy for my husband to traverse. He has Parkinson’s and some of the rugs are too thick and I am worried about falls. Thanks so much
Hi, our rug is sold out but this one if very similar (here is my affiliate link to shop if you are interested in the rug – http://bit.ly/2f99Q0k ). We also have this rug in our dining room which has great texture and would easy too go over with a walker/wheelchair or foot traffic (just get some rug tape , that’s what I do for my gram’s wheelchair) here is the affiliate link – http://bit.ly/2yPHfVG.
Great post–your flooring is amazing!! And I love your home, especially your lovely living room!
I’m loving your wall colors and the flooring looks beautiful!