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About Installpro Flooring
Installpro have over 15 years experience in flooring industry.
It started when my ex boss and his crew accepted me as a member of their flooring installers team ( very kind human beings whom i owe a lot).
At the beginning i was working as a driver who was responsible for a delivery of building materials on a site from their whole selling store.
Within several weeks i done first installation. Under supervisory of my boss at the back of our growing, whole selling store i have leveled and installed my first floor in exposition room. After that i became an assistant for rank above installers (very close friends at the moment). Thanks of that within few months i was doing on my own responsibility many types of installation with very good results ( as my boss determined me ).
I started to gain necessary skills and experience very quickly as a young boy who have been fascinated of new situation and did not even know how important that will be in a future.
Now I menage the small and reliable company with affordable prices.
Your pleasure - our passion.
Gained experience across Europe , 12 years in London.
Lagler - certified floor sanding and finishing company - certificate available on request.
Ask a tradesman
Installpro Flooring has answered 4 questions on Ask a Tradesman.
- What to do about an unhappy customer 14
- Is it best to lay a tile floor first then install the kitchen units? 7
- Wooden Floor swell up 3
- Is it true that when having wooden flooring laid one must have the skirting boards cut to allow for expansion of the wood or have a trim fixed over a gap to allow for expansion? 2