Flooring Contractors and Flooring Installers
Woodruff Designing and Remodeling
in Orlando, FL

Woodruff Designing and Remodeling, LLC
Flooring Contractors in Orlando, FL
NWFA Member
NALFA Certified Flooring Installers & Certified Floorcovering Installers
Licensed • Insured
 

Certified Orlando Flooring Contractors
CALL NOW (407) 800-1472

 

Flooring Store Sales: hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl plank
Flooring Installation: hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl plank
Flooring Removal: tile, hardwood, laminate, VCT, carpet
Staircase Flooring Installation: hardwood and laminate
Tile Fireplaces & Kitchen Backsplash
Baseboards & Trim


 

Why hire anyone to install your hardwood floors but a hardwood flooring installation expert with skills developed through years of experience? Go with a local flooring professional that can guarantee a beautiful, efficient and correct hardwood flooring installation.

Our local flooring contractors located in Orlando are certified hardwood flooring installers. Hardwood flooring installations range from unfinished to factory finished hardwood floors, and engineered to solid hardwood flooring. 

Woodruff Designing and Remodeling's team of professionals is made up of certified flooring contractors. Our flooring installers are experienced in the primary hardwood flooring installation and laminate flooring installation methods. 

One of the main hardwood flooring installation methods is by using a hardwood flooring adhesive to glue down the wooden planks. A hardwood flooring adhesive is spread with a trowel to adhere your hardwood to the subfloor. You can find some recommended hardwood flooring adhesives by viewing our selection of hardwood flooring adhesives

Hardwood flooring provides a natural warmth, elegance, and style to a home - nothing truly compares to a hardwood floor. Unlike carpet, hardwood flooring does not harbor those dust allergens or microorganisms being tracked in from outdoors. 

Woodruff Designing and Remodeling specializes in many types of hardwood flooring installations; solid and engineered wood floors,  factory finished wood floors, and even laminate wood flooring! Our goal is to provide you with a quality hardwood flooring installation from start to finish. Our hardwood flooring installation contractors will assist you in selecting the right type of hardwood flooring for your home and make the process as seamless as possible. 

 

 


 

 

 

Combining styles and patterns of tile flooring with other tile design elements can give any room a unique and aesthetic look and feel. Floor and wall tiles may be designed to look similar, but don't be fooled, floor tiles are almost always thicker and manufactured for safety. One way to dramatically change the look of a room with tile flooring is to choose a grout color that really stands out! 

Now a days, grout for tile flooring comes in an array of hues, shades and colors. Using a white or a lighter colored grout brings out the color of a darker tile floor. 

Get inspired with these bathroom tile designs from Home Depot

One thing to consider when installing tile flooring or wood-look tile flooring is what size tile would be best for the room you plan on laying the floor in. Using a larger sized tile in a small room will visually increase the size of the space by allowing for fewer grout lines, in turn creating a cleaner surface appearance. Using a tile size that is too small, requires more grout joints and makes the floor look too busy.

Tile flooring is a such a versatile flooring product that they are perfect for outdoor living areas such as patios. Outdoor tile typically comes with non-skid finishes designed for safety when wet. Tile manufactured for outdoor use has very low water absorption, minimizing the cracking, chipping and other effects of weather.

A current trend in tile flooring is wood-look tile. Wood-look tile gives you the appearance and warmth of a wood floor with the durability & low maintenance of a tile floor. Wood-look tile flooring is perfect in areas with high moisture such as kitchens, bathrooms, mudrooms, and laundry rooms. You can even use them for accent walls and kitchen backsplashes!

 

 

 

The most popular method used to install laminate flooring is by making it "float". A padding is placed between the laminate and the subfloor to protect the laminate flooring from moisture and to reduce noise. A floating laminate floor offers a fast and easy installation. Some engineered hardwood flooring and almost all laminate flooring installations can be done by being floated.

When it comes to choosing a  laminate flooring or hardwood flooring for your home, there are a few key things to keep in mind. Appearance, durability, moisture, ease of repair, maintenance cost, and longevity of your new flooring. 

What is laminate flooring? Laminate flooring is comprised of multiple layers of materials fused together through a laminate process.

The laminate flooring installation method is unique in that it requires no glue or other fasteners to the subfloor. Instead, laminate flooring installations use a click-lock method that "floats" above a subfloor, allowing it to expand and contract with the temperature and humidity changes in your home.

Due to its vast versatility and affordable options, laminate floors have virtually limitless design potential. Laminate flooring is perfect for those who have pets & busy families as it is low maintenance, and scratch and impact-resistant.

A new product that is currently hitting the market is Aquaguard laminate flooring. Aquaguard laminate flooring is a water-resistant laminate that has the look and feel of a hardwood floor. This flooring can be used in heavy-wear residential and commercial flooring applications. 

Unlike hardwood flooring, laminate flooring manufacturers offer extensive warranties against fading, stains, and limited moisture damage.