No, the degree of gloss of the varnish has no impact on the durability of the product.
Wood is a natural material so its color, grade and grain characteristics may vary from one strip to another. The samples do not represent all possible variations on the full surface of your floor. It is normal to have light and dark colors, and over time, the coloring may also be subject to change when exposed to sunlight or other artificial light sources.
Yes, the brightness and type of lighting will change the color perception of your stairs and floors.
Yes, at all times.
It is your responsibility to always confirm with your municipality.
During installation, the staircase comes in one or more pieces. We need space to turn it around where it will be installed and we also need space to adjust if necessary. If gypsum is installed, the staircase will be narrower to be able to install it. Also, a safety floor could be installed in any stairwell or the installation could not be safe, so you need to plan for repairs if the drywall is installed ahead of time.
The railing assembly must be installed before the flooring as the nosing is the beginning of the flooring installation.
Yes, because there is no guarantee that the new rungs will fall in the same place. Also, we do not cut the carpet because it could crumble. We can always offer you a wooden staircase covering.
That depends on your agreement with them, if there are walls to be built under the stairs, depending on the agreement, they will have to come back to complete the work. If necessary, the gypsum and joint pulling team may have to come back as well.
Our installation crews must cut inside at all times because we work with laminated wood. In addition, the products react strongly to humidity, rain and temperature differences. It is the customer’s responsibility to find an indoor space not too far from the work area. Finally, our installation crews will clean up most of the dust and debris, but you will still have to clean up the final.