Installing your new floors and rugs
One of the most important aspects of selecting a new floor is the installation process. Many factors play into determining the best installation method for installing your new flooring, including:
- The type of floor you choose
- The shape and dimensions of your space
- The difficulty of installing
Some types of flooring make for very easy DIY projects – others may require certain specialized equipment or technical skills which you may not possess. In the latter cases, a professional installation team will be required to complete the job.
As we expand the site, we’ll be adding installation guides below. Until then, you can consult with Znet’s flooring experts to help you find the right solution and you can even refer to our regularly updated blog's "Install Tips" category for more information!
Hardwood flooring can go one of two ways. Choosing certain engineered wood planks can make for a DIY project. Other types of solid hardwood can be a very extensive, difficult installation job.
Laminate flooring is one of the easiest installations to tackle on your own, thanks to new innovations in the way these products are constructed. However, if you’d rather leave the work to a pro, you can expect the job to get done properly very quickly!
The installation methods for vinyl tile or plank vary just as much as the many sizes, styles and shapes available in this versatile flooring material. Guarantee the results you want by hiring a professional for your installation.
Area rugs aren't "installed" in the traditional sense – but more goes into adding them to your design than just bringing one home and laying on your floor. Some considerations include the placement of furniture in the room and the padding underneath the rug.