Are Construction Workers Essential? We Sure Think So

The last few months have been difficult for everyone. We hope you’re staying healthy and safe as businesses start to reopen and travel restrictions are eased. If you’ve been putting off a flooring or home remodeling project, you may be wondering: Are construction workers essential? Are construction and remodeling companies open for business? We can answer that for you!

As a construction and remodeling company, Flooring Masters & Professional Remodelers is considered essential, which we consider both a privilege and a duty. We’re glad we’ve been able to remain open for business. We’re ready to do our part to help our community make it through these trying times.

After all, flooring and remodeling isn’t just about appearances, although we’re quite proud of how polished and professional our work looks after we’ve finished a job. But you won’t just admire your newly tiled kitchen floor, or the natural hardwood we put down in your home office, or the magnificent spa we created in your master bathroom. You’re also going to be excited about using your newly renovated space, not just looking at it.

Flooring Masters & Professional Remodelers Foreman Alison Sanchez Cleans Up the Van
Flooring Masters & Professional Remodelers Foreman Alison Sanchez cleans up the work van to get ready for the next job.

How we use our homes has never been more important (or more apparent) than recently. With everyone spending more time at home than ever before, problems that used to be just minor annoyances — linoleum curling up in the kitchen, a bathroom that needs to be about twice as big — have become bonafide frustrations now that people not only live but also work and attend school all from their home. Are construction workers essential? You bet.

Our Work is Good for Your Health

A lot of our work benefits human health and safety, too, believe it or not. Sure, replacing old, worn-out carpets with luxury vinyl plank flooring might make housecleaning easier, but it could also eliminate a major source of allergens and allow you to breath better in your home. (Bonus: the cost of the project may be tax deductible.)

We’ve also done a number of accessible living remodeling projects for clients with changing mobility needs. A renovated bathroom isn’t just a luxury. It can be the difference between being able to get in and out of the shower by yourself — or not. Helping clients with mobility issues live better, more independent lives is one of the most rewarding things we do. Those happy customers never wonder are construction workers essential. They know we are.

An installer demolishes the old flooring
Out with the old flooring…

An Investment with Great Returns

There’s also the financial benefits you’ll reap from our work in your home — the kinds of things that translate into cost savings for as long as you live there — and a higher resale value if you do decide to sell your home. For example, when we install a radiant heating system under your new floors, you could save hundreds on your utility bill over the next few years and have a highly desirable feature home buyers will pay extra for.

Not to mention, new floors and contemporary plumbing fixtures don’t just look great and work better. They can put more money in your pocket in the long run, too.

We’re Ready for the Grand Re-opening

As Kentuckiana begins to ease restrictions and reopen the economy, we’ve never been more ready to get to work. Is there a flooring project you’ve been putting off? A basement remodel? Or maybe you’d just like to spruce up your business before you hang the “Open” sign again. No matter what your flooring or remodeling needs, we’re here for you.

New wood flooring adds value to your home
…in with the new!

Call or email Flooring Masters & Professional Remodelers today for a free consultation. We know you only want the best in flooring. That’s why it’s important to hire the best in the business, and at Flooring Masters & Professional Remodelers, we can guarantee you that’s us.