For the last 20 years it was common for contractors and homeowners to install beige carpeting throughout newly constructed homes. The neutral covering blended into most home decors and was an affordable standard flooring option. This was the case with our client in South River Colony in Edgewater, MD. Our client had an architecturally stunning curved stairway leading to second floor round hallway with balcony views of the ground floor. The homeowners had already upgraded the space by applying custom marbling paint and murals to the walls. They approached us with request to install new flooring to compliment the luxurious surroundings. Beers Flooring collaborated with the client to design and install hardwood flooring that suited the space. Together, we selected Bruce Hardwood Flooring Red Oak Gunstock. The 3 1/4 inch planks have a high gloss finish that is both beautiful and durable.
Beers Flooring and the homeowners were very pleased with their new hardwood floor. We met the goal of elevating the flooring to the match the luxury of the space even when presented with the challenge of installing hardwood in a round space. Installation of hardwood in curved spaces can be particularly difficult. Unlike other flooring companies, Beers Flooring does subcontract to 3rd party installers. Instead, Beers Flooring invests heavily in education and training of their installation staff. With project such as our Edgewater client this practice pays off. Our professional installation employees have the experience and skills to ensure the hardwood is laid correctly with smooth transitions and seamless cuts.
Below are the before and after photos of the carpet tear-out and installation of Red Oak Hardwood in our client's home.