When considering a wood floor, there is a lot of information to wade through to get to the right decision. When it comes to choosing a wood flooring contractor, what separates one company over another? All the websites are clean and have nice pictures, so how do you choose? Is it whoever has the lowest price? Do you pick by who you think gave you the best deal?
As stated above, there is a lot of information to wade through. Here at Brian's Masterpiece we want to give our clients as much information as possible, so you know exactly what to expect and get the wood floor you are looking for. We will work with a client as long as it takes and answer as many questions as needed, so that the client can make the best decision. Our salesmen are not commission based, so no high pressure and pushy selling. We develop a relationship built on trust, respect, and a desire to fulfill our clients needs and expectations We will make custom samples so that you can know what your floor will look like.
We make the scope of work clear. No bottom barrel estimates, then half way through the job come to you with extras and up-selling. We use and provide only the best quality materials. We give you the best from the start. Our best distinctive is that we employ craftsmen that are trained for quality not production. Ask the floor salesman how the installers are paid. Most companies pay by the square foot. So that installer only cares how much flooring he puts in that day, not how well was that flooring put down today.
A wood floor is not like painting a wall. If it isn't done correctly, you can't just paint it again or change it. Don't live with a substandard installation or product. Your home is an extension of you, choose Brian's Masterpiece to care about your home as much as you do.
So as with all things, actions speak louder than words. Please consider the pictures below of two floors in the same house. One done by Brian's Masterpiece and the other by Home Depot. Our work speaks for itself.
Home depot used caulking to fill a half inch gap against a stair cap.
Brian's Masterpiece does not accept "good enough".
Home Depot leaves telephone cable running across the floor with no place to hide them. Brian's Masterpiece will hide those underneath the floor.
Brian's Masterpiece does not need trim, we can cut tight to anything.
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