If you’re ready to get rid of the old vinyl flooring in your home, Flooring Removal Services can help. It might seem like a large, impossible task, but getting rid of an unwanted vinyl flooring surface can be easy with professional help from an experienced crew. Too many home and business owners are stuck with vinyl floors they actually hate, for a variety of reasons, including:
- They are worried about the time it will take and the mess it will create
- They wrongly believe that it is an impossible task
- They attempt a DIY removal and get stuck during the process, leaving it partially done
- They hire an amateur service that gives them partial results
Flooring Removal Services has experience removing all types of flooring surfaces from residential and commercial properties in Miami and the surrounding areas. With top of the line equipment in a variety of sizes, we can remove vinyl flooring in as little as 24 hours and leave the room ready for a new type of floor to be put down.
Vinyl Flooring Removal, Regardless of Type
There are several kinds of vinyl popularly used in homes and businesses, and our removal process is equally effective no matter the type. Some of the types of vinyl we see most often include:
- Plank flooring, which is made from vinyl but shaped to look like hardwood flooring. This option gives homeowners who want the look of hardwood a way to do so affordably.
- VCT, which stands for vinyl composition tile, is a type of manmade flooring produced by pressing colored vinyl chips into sheets, which are then cut into large tiles.
- Vinyl sheeting, which can be anywhere from six to 12 feet wide. This is often used in commercial settings to save time and also
Vinyl flooring comes printed in all kinds of colors and patterns, and some are so convincing it is hard to tell that they are made of vinyl rather than the material they mimic. But the major con of having vinyl flooring is the way it ages. The top layer of the vinyl breaks down as it ages, causing it to have worn and faded parts. If left in place even longer, it can start peeling away in little patches that become larger strips. Even if the surface remains intact, vinyl can become dry and start to come loose from the concrete subfloor. This leave you with exposed concrete patches, peeling edges and worse. If you have a commercial environment, these issues can take away from the prestige of your business and even cause potential tripping hazards for visitors to your location. To avoid larger issues, the best way to go is to call a professional vinyl flooring removal company to handle getting rid of the surface for you. Flooring Removal Services can get this work done in as little as 24 hours, allowing you to have new floors put down, preserving the look and function in the space.
Vinyl Flooring Removal Professionals
Removing a vinyl floor can be difficult without the benefit of experience and the right tools to get the job done, so hiring a licensed and insured removal service to work on your property is the best way to get results. Without tools, equipment, and multiple skilled crew members, getting rid of vinyl flooring can be a time consuming, messy process. Hiring an amateur contractor to get rid of this flooring can result in many headaches for you as the property owner. Some of the services we provide to help you handle this process include:
- Preventing Damage: Amateur removal of vinyl can cause damage to your home or property, including doorways, trim pieces and subflooring. Our crews come ready to protect themselves and your property, with protective gear, plastic sheets, aluminum ramps and dust containment units. Each of these items helps us to keep your property safe and clean as we work.
- Dust Protection: Removing vinyl creates a lot of dust, which can spread throughout your home or business, increasing the amount of allergens present in the home’s We prevent this by using dust containment units, plastic sheets and pulse vaccuums to ensure the dust stays in one place and gets cleaned up before we leave.
- Waste Disposal: Once the vinyl flooring is removed, it needs to be disposed of properly. With a fleet of waste removal trucks at our disposal, we ensure no debris stays on your property.
- Thinset Removal: Often, vinyl flooring is set in place with a layer of thinset, a type of mortar that keeps the flooring where it is laid. All of the thin set has to be properly removed in order for a new flooring surface to be laid. Our crews use grinders to ensure all of the thin set is gone and the concrete subfloor is left smooth.
Commercial Vinyl Flooring Removal Services
Vinyl flooring is popularly found in commercial areas, such as:
- Colleges and universities
- Health care facilities
- Industrial facilities
- Community centers
In these cases, removal work might need to be completed quickly to minimize disruptions to the business. Customers have to be served and patients have to be treated even though the floors are being replaced. Using commercial grade equipment, we can have your flooring surface removed quickly, all of the debris taken away and leave your property clean and ready for a new surface to be installed. We can work overnight or while your business is closed to keep from disrupting your normal business practices.
Call Today for a Free Estimate
Our team is ready to come to your home or business and give you a free estimate for vinyl flooring removal from Flooring Removal Services.