Flooring Installation Contractors in Etobicoke

When it comes to flooring installation, whether it’s residential or commercial, you want it done right. Dependable, eye-catching flooring can make a space truly unique and appealing. From modern textures to versatile patterns, our team at Zelta is made up of experts and creatives. Every project we work on is truly a work of art. Not only is the quality unmatched, but the design is too.

While we can work on basic, flat floors, we can also make sure that your staircase is how you envision it too. From hardwood and tile to vinyl, we offer it all. Servicing many areas throughout the GTA, we’ve now added Etobicoke to our map of services. So, if you are on the hunt for “quality flooring installation Toronto,” this is what you can expect.

Types of flooring that we install in Etobicoke

Hardwood Flooring Installation Etobicoke (Solid and Engineered)

Nothing beats the timeless look of hardwood floors. Since the floor of your house takes a beating to foot traffic, you want to make sure you work with contractors who offer the tough and long-lasting solutions. That’s where we come in. We also offer engineered hardwood options, ensuring that moisture and temperatures won’t warp your beautiful wooden floors.

We use single pieces of lumber that last for 30 years, the products we use are sustainable, and adding our hardwood options to your home can actually increase your property value. Our process and the materials we use are dependable and can be personalized to suit your unique style.

Laminate Flooring Installation Etobicoke

If you want a greater variety of textures and colours in your home, laminate is an excellent option. Oftentimes, it mimics the look of wood, but it can also be created to look like stone. Laminate is known for its durability in high foot-traffic areas. It’s easy to clean and low maintenance, it’s harder to scratch than hardwood and it comes with multiple layering.

This material lasts 15 to 25 years, and you have the flexibility to add heated flooring underneath. Some of the laminate floor materials we use include old town oak, dutch oak, and denali oak.

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Vinyl Plank Flooring Installation Etobicoke

Vinyl flooring provides additional durability and longevity, as these tough tiles are waterproof! Living in an area where we experience all four seasons with tons of rain and snow, means you need a flooring solution that won’t be damaged.

That’s where we come in. Our options come in wood, marble or stone finishes. We suggest adding vinyl floors to playrooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms. Like laminate, you can opt for radiant floor heating systems.

Commercial Restaurant - hardwood and tile installation

Commercial Flooring Installation Etobicoke 

While homes are important, businesses are too, so we service commercial areas like restaurants, stores, museums, and even office spaces.

No matter what building or business you work in, we’re ready to work on it.

Residential Flooring Installation Etobicoke

When it comes to residential hardwood flooring installation, we don’t just stop at the installation process. We can also refinish and work on staircases too.

Whether it’s a condo, townhouse or detached home, our team of professionals are ready to make your flooring dreams a reality. So when you’re looking for “expert flooring installation Toronto,” give our team a call.

Why we are chosen in Etobicoke

Planning of all work stages

Delivery of materials, mounting crew`s work, quality control – all these nuances we plan in advance and agree with our client. Be sure that all processes are under careful control of our project managers.

Meeting deadlines

Thanks to the planning and well-coordinated work of our team, we meet deadlines for installation work. Even in the event of unforeseen circumstances, we try to take an individual approach and meet deadlines for installation of floor.

Transparent prices

Our team has a clear schedule of work and a list of materials used for each project. All this is specified in the final price list of the project. We have no hidden fees and the price depends on the scope of work.

Quality Control

At all stages of installation our team follows internal quality control protocols for service delivery. This allows us to implement reliable long-term projects and most importantly – to please each customer with the result.

Looking for a reliable contractor for flooring installation in Etobicoke?
Email or call us and let us discuss your design ideas. We’d love to bring them to life!

Past Projects

For our projects, we use exclusive, high-quality and proven materials. By applying our experience, knowledge and craftsmanship, we create magnificent design spaces that redefine elegance.

Check more of our past projects in our portfolio or visit us on our Instagram

These are the questions we get asked most often about floor installation in Etobicoke

What kind of flooring is suitable for a bathroom?

Bathrooms can get messy, water spillages combined with humidity are not ideal for solid hardwood floors or carpets. Waterproof laminate, luxury vinyl tiles and porcelain tiles are good choices. Plus the cross layer construction of engineered hardwood counteracts wood’s natural tendency to swell or shrink in a humid environment.

What kind of flooring should I use in my basement in Etobicoke?

Any flooring installed below ground level needs to be resistant to moisture. Engineered hardwood that is designed to be moisture resistant is a popular choice along with , luxury vinyl tiles, laminate flooring and porcelain tiles.

What kind of flooring should I use if I have pets or children playing?

Solid hardwood flooring is durable, but if it is going to take a lot of punishment then better alternatives may be laminate, engineered hardwood floors and luxury vinyl tiles – all of which are durable and easy to clean and maintain.

What kind of flooring will increase the value of my home in Etobicoke?

Solid hardwood flooring has long been the top choice for homebuyers, and remains so. According to the National Wood Flooring Association, 99% of real estate agents say homes with hardwood floors are easier to sell, with 90% saying they sell for more money.