ATP Flooring and Custom

Frequently Asked Questions 

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What types of flooring do you offer?

We offer a wide range of flooring options including hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl, and carpet. Each option comes in various styles, colors, and designs to suit your needs and preferences.

How do I choose the right flooring for my space?

Our flooring experts are available to provide free consultations to help you choose the right flooring for your space. We will take into consideration factors such as room usage, foot traffic, and your desired aesthetic when making our recommendations.

What is the installation process like?

Our installation process begins with a visit from our team to take accurate measurements and assess any preparation work that needs to be done. Once the materials are ready, we will schedule a convenient time for installation, which typically takes between 1-3 days depending on the size of the space.

How long does it take to get my flooring installed?

The length of time it takes to install your flooring will depend on the size and complexity of the space. Generally, it takes between 1-3 days for us to complete most installations. However, we will provide a more accurate estimate during our consultation.

What kind of warranty does your flooring come with?

Our flooring options come with manufacturer warranties, which vary depending on the product. We will provide all warranty information and coverage details before installation so you can make an informed decision.

Do you offer financing options for flooring purchases?

Yes, we offer financing options to help you achieve your flooring goals without having to pay for everything upfront. We have a variety of financing options to choose from, and we will work with you to find the best fit for your budget.

Can flooring be used on walls?

Yes, flooring materials can be used on walls as well. Certain types of flooring, such as laminate, vinyl, and wood planks, can be installed vertically on walls to create unique and visually appealing designs. This technique, known as "wall cladding," can add texture and style to your space. However, it's important to ensure that the flooring material is suitable for vertical installation and properly prepared for wall application.

What flooring is best?

The best flooring choice depends on various factors such as the specific room, desired aesthetics, lifestyle, budget, and personal preferences. Here are some popular flooring options and their benefits:

1. Hardwood: Provides a timeless, natural look, durability, and can increase home value.
2. Laminate: Offers a cost-effective alternative to hardwood, with a wide range of designs and easy maintenance.
3. Vinyl: Versatile, durable, and water-resistant, available in various styles, including luxury vinyl planks (LVP) and luxury vinyl tiles (LVT).
4. Tile: Ideal for high-moisture areas like bathrooms and kitchens, available in ceramic, porcelain, or natural stone options.
5. Carpet: Provides warmth, comfort, and sound insulation, suitable for bedrooms and living areas.

Ultimately, the best flooring choice is one that aligns with your specific needs, style preferences, and budget. Consider factors such as durability, maintenance requirements, moisture resistance, and suitability for the intended room before making a decision.

What flooring is best for dogs?

When it comes to choosing flooring for homes with dogs, there are a few options that tend to work well:

1. Luxury Vinyl Flooring (LVT/LVP): This type of flooring is highly durable, scratch-resistant, and water-resistant, making it a great choice for pet owners. It can mimic the look of hardwood or tile while providing added protection against scratches and stains.

2. Laminate Flooring: Laminate is another pet-friendly option due to its durability and scratch-resistant properties. It can withstand the activities of dogs and is relatively easy to clean.

3. Tile Flooring: Tile is known for its durability and resistance to scratches, stains, and moisture. It is easy to clean and maintain, making it suitable for homes with dogs. However, smooth or glazed tiles can be slippery, so it's essential to choose textured or slip-resistant options.

4. Engineered Hardwood: Unlike solid hardwood, engineered hardwood is more resistant to moisture and tends to hold up better against scratches from pet nails. It offers the beauty of hardwood while providing increased durability.

In general, it's recommended to look for flooring options with high durability, scratch resistance, and ease of cleaning when considering your furry friends. Additionally, keeping your dog's nails trimmed and providing rugs or mats in high-traffic areas can help protect your floors.

Why is flooring important?

Flooring is important for several reasons:

1. Aesthetic Appeal: Flooring plays a significant role in the overall appearance and aesthetics of a space. The right flooring choice can enhance the visual appeal of a room, complement the decor, and create a desired atmosphere.

2. Comfort and Safety: The type of flooring you select can impact the comfort and safety of your living environment. Softer flooring materials like carpet provide warmth and cushioning underfoot, while slip-resistant flooring options like vinyl or textured tile can help prevent accidents and falls.

3. Durability and Longevity: Flooring is an investment, and choosing a durable option can ensure it withstands the test of time. High-quality flooring materials, properly installed and maintained, can last for many years, saving you money on frequent replacements.

4. Functionality and Practicality: Different rooms have different functional requirements, and the right flooring choice can enhance functionality. For example, waterproof or water-resistant flooring is essential in bathrooms or kitchens, while durable and easy-to-clean options are preferable in high-traffic areas.

5. Value Enhancement: Flooring can significantly impact the value of a property. Upgrading to high-quality, attractive flooring can increase the resale value of a home and make it more appealing to potential buyers.

6. Noise Reduction: Certain flooring materials, such as carpet and cork, have noise-absorbing properties, helping to reduce echoes and sound transmission between floors.

Considering the importance of flooring in terms of aesthetics, comfort, durability, functionality, and property value, it is crucial to carefully select the right flooring option that meets your specific needs and preferences.