Flooring Installers in Milton

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Our authorized flooring installers in Milton will manage your entire renovation project from procurement to clean-up for a seamless, hassle-free experience – and guaranteed results. Explore our services below and find out how we can help!

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What to Expect With Your Flooring Installation

Pre-installation Inspection & Measurement

Detailed Quote for all costs (including labour and materials)

Premium Flooring Products

Trusted Installers

1-yr Labour Guarantee

Financing Available with Project Loan

Flooring Installation Options in Milton

The Home Depot offers a variety of premium flooring options with your professional installation, including stain- and water-resistant laminate, sleek and cost-effective luxury vinyl, as well as genuine hardwood flooring or engineered hardwood. Whether you need new flooring to accommodate new children or pets in your home, or want to upgrade an outdated look, our Milton Home Depot flooring installers are experienced and highly skilled for any flooring job.

Why Should I Choose Hardwood Flooring?

Long-Lasting and Durable 

Hardwood flooring is a long-term investment that offers great durability over time. 

Easy to Maintain 

Easy cleaning, easy repair. No need to fuss over dents and scratches, nor have a hard time finding cleaning solutions. 

Timeless Quality 

An ageless and beautiful flooring solution that will suit any type of home décor and style. 

Hardwood vs Engineered Wood Floors: Which is Better?

When it comes to real genuine wood flooring there are two main options: engineered and solid hardwood. Understanding the difference between the two will help you decide which one is better for your home. Both are among the priciest flooring options but are still highly desired by home buyers.

Traditional Hardwood Flooring

  • Conventional hardwood flooring is composed of solid natural wood – oak, maple, walnut, mahogany, and pine for example.
  • Hardwood tends to be more costly than soft wood because it is more durable.
  • Considered the classic choice, hardwood flooring has long been associated with quality and durability.
  • Despite being more costly than other types of flooring (vinyl, ceramic, etc.), hardwood is a popular option with homeowners across Milton.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

  • Engineered hardwood is composed of multi-layered hardwood and plywood.
  • Due to its layered construction, engineered hardwood resists warping and bowing extremely well.
  • As a result, it can be used in areas of the home where excessive moisture or heat are a concern, such as your basement, kitchen, or bathroom.
  • It can also be ideal for condos with cement subfloors.

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Laminate Flooring Installation Options Offered in Milton

Choosing The Home Depot Home Services means hiring skilled contractors to complete your laminate flooring project for you. With their expertise, you’ll be able to select the right type of laminate for any room and get it measured and installed for a perfect fit. Our laminate flooring installation service in Toronto boasts efficiency and quality and keeps the customer’s goals in mind. We offer the following laminate flooring in Milton:

Embossed Laminate

Embossed Laminate

Mimics the grain pattern of wood

Handscraped Laminate

Handscraped Laminate

Appears like handcrafted restored natural wood

Smooth Laminate

Smooth Laminate

Not textured, and comes in many gloss levels from matte to satin

Why Should I Choose Laminate Flooring?

Laminate flooring is a great way to achieve the look of hardwood flooring and other luxury flooring at a more affordable price. It is less expensive to install per square foot and can even be installed over existing tile, hardwood and vinyl. Even better, laminate resists scratches and stains, making it ideal for high traffic areas, rooms prone to moisture, and for homes with pets and children.

Water Resistant 

Resists moisture in areas of the home prone to spills and dampness like kitchens and bathrooms. 

Wood Flooring on a Budget  

We offer laminate flooring that can simulate oak, pine, maple, walnut and more, in various plank sizes for endless design possibilities. Get the look of real hardwood at the fraction of the cost. 

Easy Maintenance and Durability  

Laminate flooring resists scratches, dents and stains, making it a great option for those with pets and small children. 

Why Should I Choose Vinyl Flooring?

The Look of Wood and Stone on a Budget  

Endless design possibilities offered in tile, plank and sheet formats.  

Cheaper Installation 

Luxury vinyl is cheaper to install per square foot than traditional wood flooring. 

Waterproof, Durable, Easy to Maintain 

Luxury vinyl is 100% waterproof and scratch-resistant, making it a great choice for homes with pets and moisture-prone rooms like kitchens and bathrooms. 

Tile Flooring Installation Options Offered in Milton

Customized, durable, and stain-resistant tile flooring can be installed in a variety of stylish patterns to beautify your home décor. Our authorized flooring installers in Milton can help you explore design ideas, along with flexible financing options from The Home Depot. Tile flooring installation options in Milton include:

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic Tile

Porcelain Tile

Porcelain Tile

Natural Stone

Natural Stone Tile

Mosaic Tile

Mosaic Tile

Why Should I Choose Tile Flooring?

Easy To Maintain & Repair 

Tile flooring resists stains, odours, and even allergens. Repairs are also relatively less costly. 

Durable And Waterproof 

A great solution for high-traffic areas of your home or rooms frequently exposed to moisture 

Endless Design Possibilities 

From floors to backsplashes and walls, tile can be installed in a wide a variety of styles and patterns. 

Why Choose The Home Depot?

A New Look and Guaranteed Results

Whether you’re looking to replace a worn floor with stylish hardwood flooring or functional vinyl flooring, The Home Depot offers an array of flooring options that blend style and durability, installed by a vetted professional.

Trusted Flooring Installers

Our authorized Home Depot Installers in Milton are background checked so you can be confident in their reputation and the quality of their work.

Flexible Financing

We provide flexible financing options to help you build your dream home with The Home Depot Consumer Card and The Home Depot Project Loan.

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Flooring Installation Costs in Milton

The 3 key factors to consider when planning your flooring installation costs include:

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Labour

  • Underlayment: Underlayment is used to absorb moisture, provide insulation and even the flooring. It also provides better adhesion for the floors than a subfloor made of cement. In some cases, such as new home constructions, minimal or zero underlayment may be required.
  • Installation: Installation of flooring according to measurement specifications and installation method like drop lock or angle install.
  • Moulding: Baseboards or moulding along the floor perimeter can be installed to secure flooring edges.
  • Site Cleanup: Thorough site cleanup of all debris, materials and tools.
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Material

  • Hardwood Flooring: Varies in pricing depending on the rarity, durability and hardness of the wood. Rare wood from South America is more durable and more costly than pine, for example.
  • Vinyl flooring: Varies in pricing depending on the type of vinyl, whether vinyl tile, vinyl plank, or grip strip.
  • Laminate flooring: Varies in pricing depending on thickness, texture.
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Square Footage

  • Flooring is purchased per square footage. Depending on the area of your room, you can expect your project to cost more for a larger room.
Floating Floor

Is floating floor installation right for me?

Floating floor installation refers to a method of installation where individual planks or tiles are interlocked to form a mat-like surface that rests on the subfloor and underlayment. This requires a well-prepared subfloor but can be suitable for those with a tighter budget. The floating floor method can be done with all three flooring types we offer with a flooring installation service: laminate, vinyl, and engineered hardwood.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hardwood Flooring

What’s the difference between hardwood and engineered hardwood?

  • Engineered hardwood is better when it comes it moisture resistance, making it an ideal choice for below grade basements and condos with cement subfloors.
  • Depending on the thickness of the natural wood layer, it cannot be resurfaced multiple times. Hardwood can be resurfaced repeatedly and is highly valued by home buyers for its timeless look.

What is the most affordable hardwood flooring?

  • The price and cost to install are comparable between engineered and hardwood. They are the most expensive choices among the flooring options but are still highly desired by home buyers and considered a great long-term investment.

How long does installation take?

  • Installation durations vary according to the size of the space, the type of installation method, and the requirements of the project.

Where in my house can I install hardwood floors?

  • Solid hardwood flooring is designed for installation on or above ground level. Hardwood flooring can even offer a smooth transition to rooms with other types of flooring, like tile or carpeting. It is also not recommended in basements due to the potential of damage from high relative humidity.

How should I care for hardwood floors?

  • Follow the specific manufacture care and maintenance requirements.

Will I need trim and moulding for my new hardwood floors?

  • Yes, trim and molding are an important part of any hardwood flooring project. These strips fill in gaps and create transitions from floor to wall and room to room.

Will I need underlayment?

  • Yes, underlayment is a vital part of any hardwood flooring project. Underlayment protects your floor from moisture and provides a sound barrier. Our professional team and hardwood flooring installers will help you choose the right underlayment for your new floor.

How do I prepare for installation?

  • We request that homeowners move all furniture out of the intended flooring area prior to our team’s arrival, so the space is ready for the project to begin.
  • If assistance is required, arrangements can be made to provide this service at an extra cost. For antiques/heavy items/pianos/pool tables and electronics we recommend that they get in touch with a professional moving company.

Can you pull up hardwood floors and reuse them?

  • Yes. Since hardwood flooring is essentially lumber, it can be reused for other purposes.

Can my Installer remove my old hardwood flooring prior to installation?

  • Yes. Our Installers can remove your old hardwood flooring before they begin the new installation process for an additional charge.
  • However, each type of flooring can vary in cost. Removing hardwood flooring requires significantly more labor and material removal, so it would be a higher additional cost than laminate flooring, for example.

Should I refinish my hardwood floors or replace them?

  • If you like your existing floors and would prefer minimal disruption to your household, refinishing your hardwood floors can be more economical and more convenient than replacing them.
  • Refinishing your floors restores the condition of the surface to its original pristine appearance, removing scuffs, scratches, and other visibly unseemly marks. No trimming or moulding is required, and less labour is involved.
  • Floors that have become warped, waterlogged, or severely damaged should be replaced with new hardwood floors.

Does The Home Depot offer financing for vinyl flooring installation?

  • Yes. The Home Depot offers flexible financing at competitive rates, through The Home Depot Credit Card and The Home Depot Project Loan, to help you manage the cost of your vinyl flooring installation service.

Laminate Flooring

Do you need trim and molding for laminate flooring?

  • Yes. Trim and molding are an important part of any flooring project. These strips fill in gaps and create transitions from not only floor to wall but also room to room.

Where can laminate flooring be installed?

  • Laminate installation is an excellent choice for many rooms in your home, including your living room, bedrooms, dining room or basement.
  • The tough top layer resists moisture, making it a great option for kitchens and bathrooms

Can laminate flooring be installed over tile?

  • Laminate flooring can be installed over existing flooring such as vinyl, hardwood and tile provided the floor is clean, level and doesn’t have moisture problems
  • However, laminate cannot be installed over existing carpet or an existing floating floor

Is underlayment required for installing laminate?

  • Laminate flooring installation can be carried out directly on top of your subfloor, but this depends on your subfloor and the type of vinyl you choose. Some vinyl flooring may come with an attached underlayment.
  • Underlayment helps reduce noise when your floor is walked on and some are mold-and-mildew-resistant, sealing out moisture to protect your floors
  • Our laminate installers can help you choose the right underlayment option for your floor, although some come pre-adhered to the product

How do I prepare for installation?

  • We request that homeowners move all furniture out of the intended flooring area prior to our team’s arrival, so the space is ready for the project to begin.
  • If assistance is required, arrangements can be made to provide this service at an extra cost. For antiques/heavy items/pianos/pool tables and electronics we recommend that they get in touch with a professional moving company.

Can my Installer remove my old laminate flooring prior to installation?

  • Yes. Our Installers can remove your old laminate flooring before they begin the new installation process for an additional charge.
  • However, each type of flooring can vary in cost. Removing laminate flooring requires significantly less labor and material removal, so it would be a lower additional cost than laminate flooring, for example.

Can laminate be installed over an uneven subfloor?

  • While this varies by product, having a level subfloor prevents damage to the locking system, gaps between boards and poor floor performance.
  • If necessary, our professional Installers will level your subfloor prior to installation at an additional cost. Their expertise will ensure you have a flat surface ready for installation

Is laminate flooring better than vinyl?

  • Laminate flooring is similar to luxury vinyl when it comes to its appearance and installation, however, laminate and vinyl have different types of layers
  • Laminate is thicker overall and has a core made from wood byproducts and a top surface of hard plastic, while vinyl flooring is 100% synthetic and has a base layer of fiberglass coated in PVC vinyl
  • Vinyl flooring is suitable for more room types and is known for its moisture-resistance, whereas laminate flooring offers more style options and aesthetic appeal

Is laminate flooring water resistant or waterproof?

  • Although no type of laminate flooring is truly waterproof, most laminate is water-resistant
  • Brands like Lifeproof® have a high-density foam core, edges treated with wax and a click-together interlock system that is designed to reduce water damage and maintain the quality of your floors

How do I clean and maintain laminate floors?

  • Follow the specific care and maintenance instructions for your new laminate flooring
  • Ensure you periodically clean your floors with products made specifically for laminate, as using non-suitable products can cause delamination, warping and other problems with your flooring

Does The Home Depot offer financing for vinyl flooring installation?

  • Yes. The Home Depot offers flexible financing at competitive rates, through The Home Depot Credit Card and The Home Depot Project Loan, to help you manage the cost of your vinyl flooring installation service.

Vinyl Flooring

Why should I choose vinyl flooring?

  • Choosing luxury vinyl plank installation is a great way to achieve the look of wood flooring at a more affordable price.
  • Vinyl installation is also suitable for all areas of the home, including bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Being water-resistant and easy to clean and maintain also makes it a smart option for homes with pets and young children.

Are vinyl floors water resistant?

  • Yes. Luxury vinyl flooring is made of materials that are 100% waterproof
  • Installing vinyl plank flooring means choosing a product that is easy to clean and less susceptible to damage from spills or repeated exposure to water and moisture

Can I install vinyl flooring over my existing flooring?

  • Vinyl flooring installation can be carried out directly on top of your subfloor, but this depends on your subfloor and the type of vinyl you choose. Some vinyl flooring may come with an attached underlayment. Our professional Installers will help you choose the right product and solutions for the job
  • Adding underlayment with your vinyl installation also helps to reduce noise and keep the floor warmer in cold weather

How do I prepare for installation?

  • We request that homeowners move all furniture out of the intended flooring area prior to our team’s arrival, so the space is ready for the project to begin.
  • If assistance is required, arrangements can be made to provide this service at an extra cost. For antiques/heavy items/pianos/pool tables and electronics we recommend that they get in touch with a professional moving company.

Can my Installer remove my old vinyl flooring prior to installation?

  • Yes. Our Installers can remove your old vinyl flooring before they begin the new installation process for an additional charge.
  • However, each type of flooring can vary in cost. Removing vinyl flooring requires significantly less labor and material removal, so it would be a lower additional cost than hardwood flooring, for example.

How long does it take to install vinyl flooring?

  • Vinyl flooring installation typically takes between 1-2 days to complete, depending on the size of the job and the amount of floor preparation required
  • Some types of vinyl flooring need a few days to acclimatise to the temperature and humidity in your home prior to vinyl flooring installation. This process minimizes expanding and contracting after installation
  • As part of your project, we’ll order your products and coordinate the delivery a few days ahead of time to allow for this acclimatisation period

How long should I wait to walk on my vinyl floors after installation?

  • After your vinyl flooring installation, your new floor will need time to settle
  • We recommend waiting at least 24 hours after laying vinyl flooring before walking on your new floors

How do I clean vinyl floors?

  • By installing vinyl flooring, you are choosing a waterproof and highly durable material that is among the easiest flooring options to maintain and clean
  • With vinyl flooring, you can vacuum dirt and debris, mop up spills and tackle hard-to-remove dirt as needed
  • Luxury vinyl can be cleaned using traditional methods like sweeping and soap and water. However, Installers can recommend the best cleaning products for your vinyl flooring if required

Is vinyl flooring better than laminate flooring?

  • Vinyl plank flooring, or any type of vinyl flooring, has a better lifespan and provides more water resistance compared to laminate flooring
  • Vinyl flooring is suitable for any room of the house, especially for moisture-prone rooms and other damp areas, while laminate flooring does not fare well in kitchens, bathrooms, or mudrooms

Does The Home Depot offer financing for vinyl flooring installation?

  • Yes. The Home Depot offers flexible financing at competitive rates, through The Home Depot Credit Card and The Home Depot Project Loan, to help you manage the cost of your vinyl flooring installation service.

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