Hardwood Flooring Installation
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Transform your Living Space
If you're looking to remove older carpet or upgrade your existing flooring, nothing enhances the look of a home like new durable and stylish hardwood flooring.
Trusted Installers Get the Job Done Right
Our team consists of fully licensed Home Depot Installers who have passed background checks through our partnership with ComplyWorks, so you can be confident in their reputation and the quality of their work.
We provide flexible financing options that will help you better manage your budget for your home improvement projects with The Home Depot Consumer Card and The Home Depot Project Loan.
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Make your area more stylish and comfortable with a beautiful new carpet.
Perfect for high-traffic areas, laminate floors are a durable and affordable alternative to hardwood.
Style and Durability
Revitalize your living space with beautiful and durable hardwood flooring in materials like maple, teak, oak and more. Let our licensed installation professionals do it for you so you can enjoy your new floors without stressing over installation.
3 Steps to Hardwood Flooring Installation Process
1 Select your New Flooring
When you visit a store, an associate will show you different types of hardwood flooring and help you pick the perfect option. If you bring along approximate measurements of the room or areas involved, the associate can also give you a rough cost estimate for the project.
2 In-Home Measurement
Once you request your measure — whether in-store or online — an Installation Services Coordinator will arrange an in-home consultation at your convenience. At this time, your installer will visit you in your home to evaluate the area for your new hardwood flooring and take necessary measurements.
3 Professional Installation & Inspection
A suitable time will be scheduled for your installation to take place. Your installer will remove existing flooring and move furniture if required (additional charges may apply), and install your new flooring — maintaining a safe work site at all times and ensuring a thorough cleanup. Once the installation is complete, your installer will meet with you to perform a final inspection and confirm your satisfaction.