Unfortunately, not all flooring problems can be solved on a web page, and that’s where a certified floor inspector comes in. If you’re in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, or Wyoming and you’re looking for an independent third party to help find the source of your flooring problem, Flooristics, founded by Rob McNealy, can provide certified floor inspection services.
Why hire a certified floor inspector?
From excessive gapping, to cupping and crowning, to water damage, when you have problems with a wood floor, and you’re not sure where to turn, a trained flooring inspector can help determine whether your problems are related to installation errors, manufacturer defects or other issues. Certified flooring inspectors are impartial third parties that use specialized tools and knowledge about flooring to help solve tough flooring problems.
Whether you’re a homeowner, flooring installer, insurance company, or lawyer specializing in construction defect cases, you can benefit from hiring an independent certified floor inspector to investigate flooring problems. As an experienced expert legal witness, Rob can help you with your case from start to finish, including depositions and legal testimony if it becomes necessary.
Who do we provide certified floor inspections for?
Flooristics works for contractors, homeowners, manufacturers, attorneys, engineering firms and property management companies.
What type of certified floor inspections do we specialize in?
Flooristics specializes in the following areas of expertise:
Floor System Defects
Wood and Concrete Moisture Testing
Floor Standards Review
NOFMA, NWFA, ASTM, ANSI, OSHA
Hardwood (Pre-Finished/Site Finished)
Tile and Natural Stone
Schedule a certified floor Inspection appointment today!
You should contact us today to schedule your certified floor inspection appointment.
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