Most homeowners don't think about baseboards in the flooring installation process and while not all floor installations will effect baseboards, most will require removal, reinstallation and even repositioning in some cases. Depending on the flooring type being installed, baseboards may need to be removed in order to clear away old flooring and install new flooring. Baseboards will be replaced once installation is complete.
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The most complicated incidence of flooring floorboard removal may occur when switching from a very thick, plush carpet to a thinner flooring such as vinyl or hardwood. This may create a gap between the new flooring and the bottom of the baseboard that used to sit flush with higher flooring types. Baseboards will need be removed and repositioned further down. Our floor installers will handle everything from removing, reinstalling, repositioning and even replacing baseboards if you are wanting to update them at the same time.