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So you’ve chosen the perfect floor covering, and allowed our design consultants to help you put everything together. Now all you need is a professional flooring installation to finalize your new flooring project and breathe life into it on your very own floors. It’s true that some materials are easier to install on your own, especially in the DIY world we currently live in. It’s also true that doing the work yourself can save you a bit on your overall budget. However, there are reasons that a do it yourself installation isn’t always the best idea, and you should know what those are before you attempt it.

At Texas Designer Flooring, our experience goes back to 1991, and we continue to offer excellent products and services for the customers who mean so much to us. We currently serve the areas of Fort Worth, Azle, Benbrook, Aledo, White Settlement, Burleson, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Mansfield, Grapevine, and Mid-City, all from our showrooms in Azle, Keller, and Fort Worth, TX. If you stop by to visit us there, you’ll find our flooring associates standing by; ready to support you with any flooring needs you might have, from products to advice. Be sure to take advantage of our services. We’re sure you’ll be pleasantly satisfied with the experience.
Flooring installation in Fort Worth, TX area from Texas Designer Flooring

Flooring installation could be the most important aspect of your flooring

The hardest part of your flooring experience should be getting through the immense numbers of materials and services to find what you really want and need, not the flooring installation product itself. After taking all the necessary steps, doing all the research, and visiting our showroom, the last thing you should have to worry about is putting that material in place. Our professional installation teams are trained and ready to give you the floor of your dreams in a relatively short period of time, regardless of the material you chose.

Some materials should never be installed by novice installers, including carpet, hardwood, tile, and natural stone, to name a few. These materials are very delicate and require certain things for a successful installation. Special tools are necessary for all of them, as is a certain level of expertise. For instance, you won’t know how to install carpet on your stairs unless you’ve done that job before. Other materials require special situations when cutting the materials so they don’t break, sending you plummeting over budget when they have to be replaced. And that’s what we’re here for.