Whether you’re looking for hard surface flooring over your old carpet, concrete, or tile floors, J. Roberts Installations is the place to go for hard surface flooring installation.
There are many options for you to choose from, and we can help you decide what makes the most sense for your home.
If you think your floors will get wet, some good options other than tile are cork, bamboo, and stone floors. If you think you’ll drop things on the floor often, vinyl and laminate might be good options for you. And if you have allergies, hardwood, vinyl, linoleum, and laminate floors don’t require on-site finishing or glue when they’re installed.
Floor prep for laminate is also incredibly important. Like tile, the floor needs to be completely flat for proper installation that will stand the test of time. Hardwood requires the most maintenance. You can’t get it wet, and you’ll need to dust it regularly to keep it looking great. We’ll help you weigh all the pros and cons of each.
There are many design options for each flooring type as well. We will help you sift through the many designs and choose the one that’s perfect for your dream home. We’ll also arm you with the knowledge to keep it maintained.
And if something goes wrong, we’re just a phone call away to make repairs. Consider us your hard surface flooring protector!
This laminate flooring installation was completed in Mantua, NJ. Laminate is a great option if you want floors that look like hardwood floors but want something softer, quieter, and more comfortable.
This laminate flooring installation was completed during a basement remodel that was done in Lawnside, NJ. Laminate is also great for basements because it is protected from small spills and is scratch-resistant.
This kitchen floor was completed with sheet vinyl flooring during a kitchen remodel in Mantua, NJ. Vinyl is one of the best options if you want your floors to last. They can last up to 50 years with proper care!
This porcelain tile installation was done on the whole first floor of a house in Franklinville, NJ. They made a great choice because porcelain tile is one of the cheapest options if you’re expecting to need to make repairs.