Outdated, dull flooring got you feeling down this fall? Revamp your living space and treat your family’s feet to brand new hardwood floors. Support local businesses and skip stressful trips to major hardware stores by find competitive pricing and hard-to-beat floor installation services closer to home.
Greensboro-based Weeks Hardwood Flooring was created in 1979 by carpenter James Weeks, who installed hardwood flooring on nights and weekends and turned it into a full-time career. Decades later, Weeks Hardwood Flooring is a second generation family business with 40 full-time employees. As a full-service flooring company, Weeks performs residential services throughout the Triad, as well as commercial services throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. Hardwood services provided include installation, refinishing, and even services for tile floors, carpet, vinyl plank flooring, and laminate.
Customers flock to locally-owned Weeks for their flooring needs for a plethora of reasons, with one being its comprehensive one-year labor warranty on every product installed by the company. Alongside competitive pricing and a team of experienced staff, customers can rely on Weeks Hardwood Flooring for top-notch services with long-lasting results. In fact, Weeks Hardwood Flooring is the largest and longest running full-service turnkey flooring store in the Triad. They perform their work using an in-house foreman for install and finish work, while many local competitors primarily use subcontractors. Using in-house foremen drastically improves the quality of services, not to mention allowing customers to relax and trust in the reliability of the Weeks team.
When comparing Weeks to a big-box store, their biggest advantage is that they are locally and family owned with one single location. If customers have any issues with the work or materials provided by Weeks, they are encouraged to call the Greensboro office directly at (336) 856-0202 for a quick and straightforward answer. Customers appreciate that calling the Weeks Hardwood Flooring office does not require them to connect through a remote call center, unlike big-box stores who often hand warranty items off to third-party services.
While Weeks performs high quality installations and refinishing services, accidents do happen, especially with children, pets, and house parties. Although the best way to prolong the life of your hardwood floors for as long as possible is to avoid having dogs inside the home, animal-lovers shouldn’t have to sacrifice inviting their furry friends inside to maintain the integrity of their floors. Even store owner Cameron Weeks has three indoor dogs, and refuses to send them packing to avoid floor damage. More practical and palatable ways to preserve your floors include making sure all furniture with legs have fresh felt pads under their feet to avoid scratches, along with strategically placing area rugs. Additionally, re-coating hardwood in high-traffic areas throughout the home every 5 to 10 years prolongs the overall timeframe of the original stain and finish. Fortunately, re-coating is inexpensive and commonly performed by the Weeks team. Weeks also repairs damaged flooring from water, mold, pets, fire, and more.
Interested in taking on a DIY project and installing your own hardwood floor? With a team full of flooring enthusiasts, Weeks understands its customers’ desires to try their hands at something new. Weeks advises all aspiring hardwood installers to be fully prepared and ensure that all necessary tools and materials are on hand from start to finish to help the process flow smoothly and as quickly as possible. Stock up on flooring, trims, underlayments, adhesives, and tools ahead of time to prevent interruptions. Not sure where to start? Weeks is more than willing to help DIY customers find their materials and provide them with a list everything they will need to get the job done.
Ready to shop for your home’s new floor? Visit Weeks Hardwood Flooring Monday through Saturday at 107 Guildford College Rd. in Greensboro, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions and inquiries.