Laminate Installation

Trust the Nampa and Boise, ID installation professionals at Nampa Floors & Interiors, Inc. to install your new laminate floors beautifully and efficiently.

Professional Laminate Flooring in Nampa and Boise, ID

Once you make an investment in new floors, you want to make sure they look and perform perfectly from the first day. Though new laminate flooring installation can be completed by a DIY enthusiast or the budget conscious, we recommend the top laminate installation professionals around! Our expert installers at Nampa Floors & Interiors, Inc. will provide you with top-notch service, and you will love the look of your new floors. Learn more about what to expect before, during, and after your new laminate installation.

Before and During the Laminate Installation

Before our crews arrive, complete this laminate pre-installation checklist to ensure your home is ready for your new flooring.

  • Make arrangements to remove your existing flooring.
  • Make any necessary repairs to the subfloor, and prepare it for the installation, including removing any debris.
  • Remove all furniture, décor, and empty all closets in the rooms where your flooring will be installed.
  • Complete any projects such as painting baseboards or woodwork.

What happens during flooring installation:

  • Prepare to be home and/or available to answer any questions on your installation day.
  • Keep pets and children away from the rooms where the laminate will be installed.
  • Our crews will work efficiently to ensure your laminate is pristine from day one.

After Your Laminate Installation

Here are the best steps to take after new laminate installation to ensure that your new floors remain in good condition.

  • You may need to open windows or run a fan to remove smells associated with the installation.
  • You will need to stay off your floor for a period of time to let it settle before walking on it or replacing your furniture.
  • Let us know if you see any issues, such as gaps or squeaking.

By following these steps, you can ensure that your new laminate looks and performs its best for years to come.