Flooring Installation in South Jersey
Installing Lasting Concrete, Tile, Vinyl, Laminate & Hardwood Floors
A building is never truly complete until the floors are laid. Whether the surfaces are made of contemporary marble or comfortable carpet or convenient vinyl, strong and beautiful floors are what distinguish your house or business from being a mere outdoor shelter.
Not only must your floors be functional and durable, but you will also want them to appear attractive and stylish for years to come. With our South Jersey floor installation, you will be happy to know we can build any kind of floor.
We install a range of flooring materials for residential and commercial properties, including:
No matter what type of flooring you would like in your home, you can rely on our dedicated team at Alliance Building and Maintenance to accomplish it to your satisfaction. We install flooring in the following areas of South Jersey:
- Burlington County
- Ocean County
- Camden County
- Atlantic County
- Gloucester County
- Salem County
- Cumberland County
- Cape May County
Contact us now at (609) 928-8558 to benefit from a personalized estimate at no cost.
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Reasons to Upgrade Your Floors with a New Installation
If you have been living in your home or working at a single commercial enterprise for a while, you could do with an upgrade for your floors. You may be wondering why this is necessary, particularly if your floors are made from harder materials. However, it is important to remember that even the strongest types of flooring materials wear out over time and lose both their functionality and their attractive appearance.
As surfaces like wood become scratched and jagged, tiles become chipped, or even vinyl becomes too slick and worn, these can pose safety hazards for anyone walking by. If you have a carpeted floor, all of the bacteria, mildew and mold spores, pet dander, and any other contaminants will slowly get absorbed into the fiber, which is very harmful to those breathing these in.
Moreover, even if your floor surfaces somehow manage to not pose these problems over the years, they will greatly lose their efficiency, letting heat escape during the winter and cool, conditioned air out during the summer. This will cause your HVAC systems to have to work harder as well.
Life Expectancy of Flooring
Of course, the big question is exactly how much time a person has until their flooring completely wears out. The truth is that there is no set answer since many factors play into this situation. The material quality, as well as the amount of foot traffic experienced by the floor daily, are critical aspects. Also relevant is whether the floor was properly cleaned and maintained on a regular basis, and if your floor was properly installed in the first place.
Our knowledgeable experts have compiled a list of general life expectancies for different kinds of floors, including:
- Carpet – 8 to 10 years
- Laminate – 15 to 25 years
- Linoleum – 25 years
- Vinyl – 25 years
- Concrete – 50+ years
- Engineered wood – 50+ years
- Tile – 75 to 100 years
- Marble – 100+ years
- Granite – 100+ years
- Natural wood – 100+ years
No matter what kind of floor upgrade or installation you are looking for, you can rely on Alliance Building and Maintenance to properly install it so that you can enjoy its durable stability and gorgeous appearance for many years.
Call us today at (609) 928-8558 or contact us online to ask any questions about our superior South Jersey floor installation.