Why Choose Flooring.org for your next Flooring Project?

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Home ownership comes with many different responsibilities and feats to accomplish. One main agenda with homeowners new and seasoned is upgrading to add value to the home. Renovations in your home not only affect the cosmetics of the home but also your possible re-sale factor. A huge impact on the cosmetics and re-sale factor is your flooring. Choosing a flooring for your home is based on many different factors from the look or feel to the up-keep and durability.

California Wood Flooring

Founded in 1998 and growing rapidly on the internet, flooring.org is a one-stop shop for everything flooring. All of our products are new first quality flooring with full manufacturer’s warranty so you needn’t worry about quality. We offer only the best brands in all categories of flooring such as hardwood, laminate, cork, vinyl, bamboo, tile, stone, carpet tiles, area rugs and even materials for your staircase. We educate you on the flooring, offer you exceptional customer service and competitive pricing. We are BBB Accredited, members of the National Wood Flooring Association and the World Floor Covering Association. We know our floors!

The DIY Flooring Tool List

The do-it-yourself list of flooring installation tools is practical, but one tool that is sometimes overlooked is a wood moisture meter. No successful do-it-yourself flooring project is really complete without the sound measurement and management of the moisture content (MC) of wood.

DIY Flooring Tool List

Different installation methods also may require extra tools such as glue applicators, staple guns or plank jacks. Check with Flooring.org’s customer service to determine the installation method that is recommended for your flooring.
What does a moisture meter have to do with installing wood flooring by yourself? Plenty. In order to ensure that the MC of wood equilibrates, or stabilizes, for the long haul, installers must let newly-arrived wood flooring MC levels balance with the relative humidity (RH) and temperature of its ambient environment, reaching a state called its equilibrium moisture content (EMC). Because ambient conditions can change from the manufacturer’s production facilities to the sales floor to home conditions, it is practically a guaranteed certainty that the flooring needs time to reach this moisture balance. In addition, it’s also a guaranteed risk to install the wood flooring before it has reached its EMC. We recommend a minimum of three weeks for the EMC of your wood flooring to balance and stabilized correctly.