L & A Floor

BADGES

BADGES INSTALLATION & DESCRIPTION

Review By Lydia P

“Luis is a floor artist. He knows and cares about installing and caring for floors. I called him in after a designer and contractor installed wood floors that creaked, cupped and looked horrible. He was very patient and understanding. He explained what was wrong and what my options were to remedy the situation. Finally, I hired him to fix the mess. The floors look great and I am very happy. Do not make the mistake I made, hire Luis right away if you want beautiful, perfectly installed floors.”

The earner of this certification has been recognized by the NWFA for possessing industry knowledge and expertise for installing hardwood floors. Being a Professional Installer with the NWFA means this person has committed to mastering the installation process and will continue to participate in ongoing education to maintain and grow his or her skill set

The earner of this badge possesses an understanding of the basics of wood flooring, including the anatomy of hardwood and softwood trees, the life cycle of a tree from the forest to the floor, and the many types and differences between solid and engineered wood flooring. This knowledge is fundamental to understanding how to install wood flooring of all types.

The earner of this badge has demonstrated proficiency in maintaining a safe jobsite. Safety on the jobsite is imperative because it protects the installer and the consumer from harm and ultimately saves time and money

The earner of this certification has been recognized by the NWFA for possessing industry knowledge and expertise for installing hardwood floors. Being a Professional Installer with the NWFA means this person has committed to mastering the installation process and will continue to participate in ongoing education to maintain and grow his or her skill set

The earner of this badge possesses an understanding of the basics of wood flooring, including the anatomy of hardwood and softwood trees, the life cycle of a tree from the forest to the floor, and the many types and differences between solid and engineered wood flooring. This knowledge is fundamental to understanding how to install wood flooring of all types.

The earner of this badge has demonstrated proficiency in maintaining a safe jobsite. Safety on the jobsite is imperative because it protects the installer and the consumer from harm and ultimately saves time and money