The Top Questions to Always Ask Your Lenexa Flooring Installer

Bet we never thought as kids that new laminate or new carpeting would ever be considered exciting. But as a homeowner about to invest in new flooring, aren’t you excited? We are for you! And here are some key questions you should ask of your Lenexa flooring installation team before any work actually begins:

What’s The Dirt Plan?

We definitely don’t want, let’s say, your beautiful living room furniture to be coated in a layer of dust and dirt at the end of the job. Ask your installer what the plan is, because there should be a plan.

Can You Prepare a Sub-Floor?

A sub-floor is great for extra insulation if you need it. It’s best to kill two birds with one stone and find an installer who will also be able to prepare the sub-floor.

Do I Need a New Carpet Pad?

Carpet padding is lifesaver in any home. If it’s been at least ten years since you’ve replaced your carpet padding, then it’s a good idea to get it done with new laminate or a new carpet.

Is There an Extra Charge for Removing My Old Carpet?

Be sure to get this question in because most often times there is an additional charge for removal of your old carpet. You don’t want any surprises at the end of the job that will blow your budget.

How Long Will This All Take?

The answer to this should not be more than a couple of days, give or take a day’s waiting time before walking on your new flooring. There might be a lot of work to be done, but you need to plan your life too.

Do You Have General Liability Insurance?

This is the mother of all questions. You don’t want to risk any accidents. Be sure your installer is insured.


Windows Floors & Decor makes recommendations for only trustworthy and reputable flooring installers. Ask your Windows Floors & Decor representative for their recommended Lenexa installation professional during your consultation so you can get the service you deserve.

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