NWFA Inspection Services
Having trouble with your hardwood flooring? The professionals at Gorsegner Brothers can help! We are certified by the National Wood Flooring Association and can help you install, repair, or maintain wood floors in your home to help increase your home’s value!
What Hiring a Hardwood Flooring Inspector Can Do for You
If you have had or are having trouble with your flooring in NJ, hiring a Residential NWFA Inspection Services in NJ, like an independent NWFA inspector to assess any issues with your floor can prove to be immensely beneficial. Hiring a hardwood flooring inspector will give you the opportunity to have a professional trained in troubleshooting material issues, climate control issues, or manufacturer defects that may be preventing your floors from looking their best.
An NWFA Certified Inspector is an impartial judge of flooring and can usually tell after a thorough walk through of the home, testing with equipment, and years of knowledge and schooling what is ailing your floor.
Need more reasons?
Here are some other benefits of receiving a NWFA Inspection:
- A trained professional will troubleshoot for any material issues
- A trained professional can inspect for any climate control issues
- A trained professional can see even the smallest manufacturer’s defects that may be preventing your floors from looking their best
Quick Facts About Hiring a NWFA Certified Inspector:
- Hiring an NWFA Inspector to come in and assess your floors costs some time and money.
- However, you will get a report stating what is wrong with your flooring that will be submitted to the parties responsible.
- The report of an NWFA Inspector is often the last word on what is ailing your floors and comes backed by the authority of the NWFA through the process of certification of the inspector (a long process which included a great deal of schooling and many inspections to test the inspector). As a result of the quality and authority of such a report, it is necessary for payment to be made prior to or at the time of an inspection.
- Click here to view a current list of Rates and Fees for Inspections.
Common Question From Our Customers:
Q: Will this Inspector be certified for inspecting work done by this parent company?
A: Absolutely not. While our experience and training will be an asset to you during the in-home consultation and throughout the job process, any conflicts of interest are immediately addressed and remediated. Part of being a certified inspector is having the presence of mind to remove oneself from a job your company may already be a part of. You have our assurance that we will not be involving ourselves in inspecting any job that already has the Gorsegner Brothers name already attached to it.