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Edward's Enterprises is a General Contractor & Hourly Handyman here to help you with your sagging insulation at your home.

  There are many ways to bring value to your property & protect your family & assets. Upkeep & repairs of your Sub Floor & Under Home Insulation & Moisture Barrier are one of the most cost effective ways but are often overlooked until they become big expensive issues.   Learn how our team works together on mobile home sub-flooring or floor joist repairs throughout our site.   **please note: we do not do any concrete or “gyp-crete” sub floor work at this time**
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Edward's Enterprises team can do many wooden subfloor repairs such as:

  • Water damage repair

  • Squeaky wood floors fixed

  • Wood blocking installed

  • Wood sub floor installed

  • Particle board subfloor replaced

  • Subfloor wood tear out

  • Mobile home subfloor repairs

  • Modular home floor insulation fixed

  • Trailer home under wrap repaired

  • Floor joist repairs

With over 20 years in the home improvement trade we have the perspective & know-how critical to carrying out projects of any size, including your next wood subfloor handyman service repair.
Wondering if we can assist you with your wood sub floor replacement? Call our team to explain your subfloor installation project!

Edward's Enterprises' labor rates for wood sub floor repair projects start at:


Start at $95* an hour Per Employee, 3 Hour Minimum.

Rates listed above are the usual check or cash rates per hour for labor charged to our customers for repairing wood sub floors like you can find in mobile homes or in homes with a raised foundation (not including dump disposal fees or materials).
Larger sub floor repair projects may need an onsite consultation before starting any work.

Carpentry Sublfloor Repair Insulation - CarpentryWe charge for all time included in a customer's project, including purchasing or delivering materials, & offsite work like painting lumber prior to an installation, or for the time to haul away debris. This allows us to take on smaller projects for our customers, rather than only lump sum projects with much higher minimums to show up.
Thanks to our processing partner PayPal, we do accept most major credit & debit cards now! Rates are slightly higher, please call our office for all of the details.
Thanks to our processing partner Paypal, we do accept most major credit & debit cards now!
*Hourly charge is from $95 to $115 or more PER EMPLOYEE depending on the work site zip code.Some restrictions do apply, like same-day, weekend or after-hours service or customers with pre-arranged billing agreements.
Communities outside of our area of operations will be charged additional travel costs. We would be happy to answer any of your pricing questions, please call for details!

Keep these queries coming! Reasons to select Edward's Enterprises for your next carpentry repair project include:


EE Check Established Company: Edward's Enterprises has been a locally owned & operated small business since 1896.


EE Check Licensed: We are a licensed General & Plumbing Contractor with the Contractor's State License Board (B857752) since 2005.


EE Check Insured: Insured to protect our residential & commercial customers as well as our employees.


EE CheckResponsive: Available by phone & email, our team is responsive to our customers & will communicate with you before, during, & after your finish carpentry project.


EE CheckClear Information: We explain our hourly rates on our website & by phone before we schedule any work so that you know what we charge.

Review your EE Check list to see how Edward's Enterprises can provide you with top notch service.

You can contact Edward's Enterprises in our office about our finish & rough carpentry services by filling out our handy form below:


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    If forms & emails are a real drag for you, then give our office a CALL:

    A real live person will (unless the Zombie apocalypse has finally happened or every line is busy) answer!
    Our office is open from 8am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time Monday to Friday.
    We are available after hours & on weekends by phone for emergencies.

    Your guys showed up during the agreed upon time slot & finished in a reasonable amount of time. They did a responsible job & left the gutters & the property clean. I would definitely call you again for handyman jobs!

    Five out of five stars

    - Russ M. | El Rio, CA

    Your guys showed up during the agreed upon time slot & finished in a reasonable amount of time. They did a responsible job & left…the property clean. I would definitely call you again.

    Five out of five stars

    - Robert T. | Newbury Park, CA

    Great Question! Edward's Enterprises is usually available for woodworking repairs:


    Office: Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm by phone in our office to schedule carpentry projects & ask questions about service.

    Field: As far as scheduling work, for our typical rates listed above (I know we didn't skip that section) we normally schedule work Monday through Friday from 7am to 4pm (holidays, meetings, kids with flus may affect availability).

    Carpentry Sublfloor Kitchen Repair - CarpentryMost projects get a 3 hour window of arrival, so expect something like 7am to 10am, or 10am to 1pm, or even 12pm to 3pm window.
    We are available for emergency carpentry work based on a first come first serve system & whether or not we have a crew available. Expect to pay more for these types of calls (we have employees & overtime is what it is).
    If you need us to come outside of those times, expect to pay a bit more, or experience different restrictions like job minimums, etc.

    To see if Edward's Enterprises can handle a carpentry improvement project at your office, store or home, you can check a few places:

    There is a helpful site menu drop down called “Cities”. Select that & you can see if your city is in our “service area”.

    Carpentry Sublfloor Kitchen Repair - Carpentry 
    You can call us at 805-987-2441 & give us your “exact” coordinates.
    You can review our list of cities we service below:
    Ventura County:
    Camarillo, Casa Conejo, Casitas Springs, El Rio, Fillmore, Lake Sherwood, Leisure Village, Meiners Oaks, Mira Monte, Missions Oaks, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Oak Park,, Oak View, Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Santa Paula, Santa Rosa Valley, Santa Susana, Saticoy, Simi Valley, Somis, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Westlake Village
    Los Angeles County:
    Agoura Hills, Arleta, Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Culver City, Encino, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Los Angeles (Westside), Malibu, Marina Del Rey, Mission Hills, Newhall, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Pacific Palisades, Panorama City, Porter Ranch, Reseda, San Fernando, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Tarzana, Valencia, Van Nuys, West Hills, Winnetka, Woodland Hills
    Santa Barbara County:
    Carpinteria, Coast Village, Goleta, Montecito, Santa Barbara, Summerland
    If you know the zip code you are in, you can also check our zip code service area list here:
    90024, 90025, 90034, 90048, 90049, 90064, 90066, 90067, 90077, 90210, 90211, 90212, 90230, 90232, 90263, 90265, 90272, 90290, 90291, 90292, 90401, 90402, 90403, 90404, 90405, 91201, 91203, 91204, 91205, 91206, 91210, 91301, 91302, 91303, 91304, 91306, 91307, 91307, 91308, 91311, 91316, 91320, 91321, 91322, 91324, 91325, 91326, 91331, 91335, 91337, 91340, 91342, 91343, 91344, 91345, 91350, 91354, 91355, 91356, 91357, 91360, 91361, 91362, 91363, 91364, 91367, 91377, 91381, 91393, 91394, 91395, 91401, 91402, 91403, 91405, 91406, 91411, 91423, 91436, 91502, 91505, 91506, 91601, 91602, 91604, 91605, 91606, 91607, 91608, 93001, 93003, 93004, 93009, 93010, 93012, 93013, 93014, 93015, 93020, 93021, 93022, 93023, 93030, 93033, 93035, 93036, 93040, 93041, 93060, 93063, 93065, 93066, 93067, 93101, 93103, 93105, 93107, 93108, 93109, 93110, 93111, 93117, 93120, 93130, 93140, 93150, 93160, 93190
    If you don't see your community on the list, but you're close by give us a call. We may be able to service your carpentry repair request or schedule an onsite consultation for an additional minimum hour charge and/or travel charge.

    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 & when using plywood the boards are laid in a staggered fashion, with the ends & edges butted together & the panels nailed to the joists. The whole purpose of the sub floor is to support the central floor, or main floor.
    The four types of subfloor are plywood (which was mentioned before), plank sub flooring, oriented strand board sub flooring & 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 & laminate flooring. In some cases, you can even add on new sub floors in place of old ones, as long as you properly add the underlayments needed & remove the old tiles first.
    At the end, walk around across the entire floor. Check for uneven areas, squeaks & all else. See if it's a floor that looks & feels well-finished!

    Perfect Plywood Underlayment – Types of Screws
    To ensure the bearings on your floors are doing their job, holding up their full weight without any unwanted creaking, cracking, or anything else, you'll want to secure those floor joists properly. & this all deals with your subfloor area, of course. Let's have a closer look at how you can get those screws in there “just right” & some further information on the matter.
    How Does Each Screw Function?
    First of all, you should know that we've generally got two kinds of screw to choose from, for this type of job : regular steel screws & galvanized steel screws. #8 screws, #10 screws & #12 screws are ideal for when it comes to 3/4-inch plywood, the goal being to securing it correctly onto those floor joists the first time around.
    Screw Head Options
    There are multiple kinds of screw heads. Each screw head, in turn, will usually come indented to allow the drill head used with it, if it's the right match, to put some torque onto that screw.
    This, as you can imagine, helps the overall process to go more smoothly & efficiently as one drills right into the plywood.
    You can pick up a box of screws, generically speaking, for about as low as $2 per box of 100 screws or so. The price may rise to even $150, for more quantity & higher quality. For screw heads, expect to pay from about $5 to $110 for a box. Sales taxes have not been factored into the final costs.

    Can you repair subfloor from underneath?
    How to know when to replace your subfloor
    Factors such as an exposure to moisture or a leaking pipe can be enough alarms for you to replace your subfloor. As the floor gets slippery, you better check what’s up with your subfloor.
    What’s a subfloor?
    A subfloor is a material that sits underneath your original floor, which can be tiles, hardwood, or a carpet.
    Purpose of a subfloor
    The main purpose of the subfloor is to ensure that it keeps moisture away, and this is the main reason many houses require it. However, if you have a way to ensure that there are zero leaks and proper moisture maintenance, there’s no need to get one.
    Indicators of damaged subfloors
    Several red flags will point out a damaged subfloor which includes
    1. Having uneven floor or ones that are sunken.
    2. Hearing loud squeaks on the floorboards.
    3. You’re having the smell of mold or mildew in the room.
    4. Bouncing or shifting floors when walking around.
    5. Have a loose and rocking toilet.
    6. Visibly cracked floor tiles.
    7. Get capping hardwood floor.
    8. See blubbing up linoleum floor.
    9. Experience a leaking ceiling.
    The lifespan of a subfloor
    Subfloors will last depending on how well you maintain them. If it’s in good shape, it can serve you for up to 20 – 30 years.
    Cost of replacing a subfloor
    It’ll depend on the contractor, the kind of labor, and materials to be used, but on average, it’s $450 – $2000.
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    When should I replace my subfloor from water damage?
    The signs that indicate you need to replace your subfloor
    Several things should tell you that it’s about time that you replace your subfloor. Such indicators will help you assess the damage and determine what kind of repair should be done. These signs include
    1. Loud squeaks
    When your steps begin to produce louder squeaks than normal, you should find out if your subfloor has an issue.
    2. Sinking parts
    Sinking parts is an indication that you have a loose subfloor part somewhere that needs fixing.
    3. Cupping floorboard
    Cupping of the floorboard indicates that moister loosened the grip of the floor, and upon drying, it adapted to the taco-like shape.
    4. Cracked tiles
    Popping or cracked tiles are a clear indication that your subfloor underneath is damaged and needs some fixing.
    5. Water damage
    Whether it’s a leaking sink or ceiling, you better check on your subfloor since that water must have been drained in there.
    Tips on repairing the subfloor
    When figuring out how you’ll deal with the repair of your subfloor, you have to follow a couple of steps to ensure that you don’t leave anything. The procedure involves
    1. Assess the damage on the subfloor to know what’s wrong.
    2. Determine the kind of damage you’re dealing with so that you can move forward to the repair.
    3. Block any leaks before fixing anything to avoid contact with water.
    4. Fix any water damages before proceeding to avoid any similar cases.
    5. Replace the damaged subfloor.
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