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The contractors and designers at Built to Perfection, Inc. will work closely with you to find the correct flooring option to fit your home’s situation and style within your budget. Our flooring expert will answer all of your replacement and installation questions while evaluating your flooring needs with a free in-home consultation.

Our team of professionals keeps you involved throughout the process so you never feel out of the loop. Whether you are looking to do a partial refresh or complete home remodel, Built to Perfection is here to help.

A new flooring project is an exciting and important endeavor for the home. By design standards, it sets the stage for what you build on.

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We provide the highest quality craftsmanship and work with top materials to ensure that your project is built with care and professionalism and up to the current building codes.

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We have built our reputation as a quality general contractor with years of industry experience. Our team is passionate about construction. Let us exceed your expectations!

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Additonal Services We Offer

New Floor Installations
Floor Replacement
Water Damage Repair
Wood & Laminate
Carpet & Tile
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Q. Can I install new flooring over existing flooring?

A. In some cases, yes! But it really depends on your individual space. There are many things to consider before placing any type of flooring on top of another. Some of these factors include age and condition as well as the stability and quality of the floor in question. You will need to weigh the pros and cons of having it as your base layer, but if in doubt let us know. Our experts can help you decide on the best course of action for your renovation.

Q. What is the best option for our multi-purpose family room?

A. Carpets are a great option for family friendly spaces. It’s cozy, warm and provides a soft area for kids and pets to play. If wall-to-wall is too big of a commitment, an area rug is a great option that provides more flexibility in color and design as well as ease of cleaning. For something truly low-maintenance luxury vinyl is also a good backup. It resists wear and tear, is stain and water-resistant and is softer than traditional hardwood.


Q. What is the difference between luxury vinyl and laminate flooring?

A. In the case of laminate vs. vinyl the main difference is water fastness. Since laminate is made of actual wood laid over a fiberboard core, moisture can cause it to swell and buckle. While it is a great choice for many areas of the home, laminate should not be used in areas where there is a high chance of exposure to excess water. Vinyl, on the other hand, is completely waterproof. Its 100% synthetic materials make it impervious to humidity and moisture, creating a product great for kitchens, baths and mudrooms.


Q. Is solid hardwood better than engineered hardwood?

A. Engineered hardwood has come a long way since its early inception. Today, it is a worthy competitor to traditional solid plank wood flooring. It is more stable and shows less of a reaction to moisture and humidity, which means it is less prone to gapping or warping. Plus it can be installed in environments where solid wood would be risky. Like over concrete slabs or existing floor materials. Although its lifespan might be a little shorter, since it cannot be refinished and sanded as many times as traditional hardwood, the look and affordability of engineering flooring keeps it at the front of the pack for today’s homeowner.


Q. What is the difference between porcelain and ceramic tiles?

A. Both porcelain and ceramic tiles are made of a mineral rich clay body that is fired to high temperature to increase stability. Porcelain is a type of clay that includes the mineral feldspar. It is traditionally high-fired which makes it harder and more durable that regular ceramic and increases its ability to withstand moisture and humidity. True porcelain is almost waterproof. It is a good choice for high traffic areas both indoors and outside the home.


Q. Now that I’ve made a decision, how do I prepare for installation?

A. The first step is always to clear the space. Remove all furniture, rugs and anything else that may end up on the floor. Curtains, wall hangings and other décor should be removed as well. Dust or vacuum to remove loose debris and tuck away anything that you would like to protect from dust and airborne fibers. For hard surface install, large pieces can be moved to one side of the room, and then moved back as the flooring is installed in stages. Check with our flooring experts experts to see what would work best for your project.


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