Sub Floor Sagging Between Joists? Holes in your Sub Floor?
What are the reasons Edward's Enterprises Sub Floor Repair Service is the one to call?
- Edward's Enterprises Sub Floor Repair Service is locally owned SINCE 1996.
- LICENSED (B 857752) GENERAL CONTRACTOR with the Contractor's State License Board since 2005.
- INSURED: LIABILITY, WORKERS COMPENSATION, AND AUTO to protect our customers and employees.
- Vehicles with the TOOLS TO COMPLETE home and office SUB FLOOR INSTALLATIONS.
- HOURLY RATES and CENTRALIZED SCHEDULING for our residential and commercial customers.
- Our Sub Floor repairs are provided by our EXPERIENCED, LONG TERM EMPLOYEES in the field and in the office.
- We are in the field daily (Monday through Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm).
- AFTER HOURS, EMERGENCY AND WEEKEND rates to meet our customer's needs.
Edward's Enterprises Sub Floor Repairs Customer Testimonial:
“Edward's Enterprises is professional, courteous and very good at what they do...We highly recommend Edward’s Enterprises to anyone who wants quality, honest, and professional services.”
-Mark and Patty S.; Van Nuys, CA
Great Tips on Sub Flooring:
Subflooring is part of the substructure. It is underneath the flooring in your home. The subfloor is usually constructed from 1 by 4 or 1 by 6 lumber or plywood panels. When using lumber, the panels are laid diagonally across joists and when using plywood the boards are laid in a staggered fashion, with the ends and edges butted together and the panels nailed to the joists. The four types of subfloor are plywood (which was mentioned before), plank sub flooring, oriented stran board sub flooring and concrete slabs. Each one of the prior subfloors would be used depending on what type of floor you would like to install. The common floors include 3/4" thick solid wood flooring, engineered wood flooring, floating wood floors and laminate flooring.
Some of the common problems with sub flooring include the floor sinking, creaking, popping and an uneven floor. A sinking floor means that the floor is not as strong as it used to be and may feel soft or spongy. Water or moisture can also cause the floor to sag. Creaking or pooping is common in older homes. This means that the subflooring is not secured to the underlying joists. At this point you should either replace it with thicker panels or install wider joists. An uneven floor may be the effect of the foundation or support walls settling. Another reason for uneven floors is water damage. All of these may lead to the subflooring needing repair or replacement.
When your floor is sagging call Edward's Enterprises Sub Floor Repair Service:
Edward's Enterprises can handle many types of improvement projects for you, including: