Invision Hardwood & Decor

Floor Laying & Refinishing
391 Edgeley Blvd, Unit 6 Vaughan ON L4K
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Average customer rating:
9.9 10 (326 reviews)

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Private User
Private User
3 reviews Toronto, ON
10/10

Stair railings

Invison did a great job of replacing old as well as installing new railings. I was impressed with how quickly - the job was completed within a day - and how cleanly they worked. Clearly, they are experts. Dov's advice was very helpful in deciding how best to proceed.

Approximate cost of services:
$6,000.00
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Company Response

Hi Anne- thanks you for acknowledging our efforts, workmanship and results. Your help in making this seamless and efficient for us is noted.
It's gratifying to know we have now provided you peace of mind and safety replacing an unsafe and not to code railing to something you can rely on.
Talk soon....
Dov, Roy and the Invision team.

I. E.
I. E.
1 review Vaughan, ON
10/10

New Hardwood Floor & New Pickets on 2 Staircases

When researching companies to replace all my 2nd floor carpeting with new hardwood floors, I was very impressed with the reviews I read for Invision Hardwood & Decor. I can verify that every fantastic review is real. From first meeting Dov and Roy, to planning the whole job, to execution and finally, seeing the finished product - I couldn't be happier with the entire process. What made me most nervous about this job is that I have 2 open staircases that were stained a warm grey tone and were a challenge to match to a new floor. Knowing I didn't want to re-stain my staircases, Dov and Roy were able to come up with a great solution that made my new floors and existing staircases look seamless. You literally think everything is brand new. I was also really pleased with Dov's suggestion on the style and placement of the new wrought iron pickets. Besides the excellent outcome, what I appreciate most is that both Dov and Roy are true to their word. They are knowledgeable, kept to the budget and timeline, plus I knew what was going on at all times. Don't hesitate to contact this company, you won't be disappointed!

Approximate cost of services:
$32,000.00
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Company Response

Hi Ina- lovely words from a lovely lady.
We appreciate all of your kindness and accept all of your praise. Thank you for being wonderful to work with. The place really does look amazing.
We know that's it's a combined effort so we take credit and give it back.
Can't wait to transform the main floor for you in the new year.
Talk soon...
Dov, Roy and the Invision team

Clara in Toronto
Clara in Toronto
0 reviews Ogoki, ON
10/10

Flooring

Purchased our flooring from Invision Flooring in Vaughan, Ontario we live near Manitoulin Island and were amazed when our delivery was made by our sales rep Dov. With these trying times and constant delays with contractors, very appreciative that Invision had litteraly gone the extra mile (approx 600 kms to be more precise). Thank You!

Approximate cost of services:
$7,000.00
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Company Response

Hi Clara- thanks for the note. It's very much appreciated.
Its funny how thing just work out when both parties are open, honest and with a willingness to work together. We had that.
Part of our process, a natural one, promotes what makes us different. Our connection with people and understanding the importance of details and treating customers in ways we would wish to be treated is a major part of our success.

Talk soon....
Dov, Roy and the Invision team.

Chris in Etobicoke
Chris in Etobicoke
0 reviews Toronto, ON
10/10

Laminate installed throughout condo

We selected Invision based on their ratings/review on HomeStars and we were very pleased with the results.

Dov and Roy walked us through the processes and options at their nice storefront in Vaughan. They then came for a site detailed site visit upon agreeing to move forward. Dov and Roy were both very genuine, upfront, and knowledgeable with a good sense of humour.

We initially selected a luxury vinyl with cork underlay, but that took us too far over our budget. So, we decided upon Tipton Oak waterproof laminate from Torlys installed completely throughout our ~700sq-ft condo (except the bathroom). We also had our baseboards replaced.

Installation by the two Matts took place over only 2 days. Our old carpet, tile and baseboards were removed. The kitchen and entrance tile removal produced a ton of dust, but we were warned about this and all efforts were made to cover our belongings and reduce it.

Were really in awe of our homes transformation and love the look and feel of the laminate we selected.

The installers did have to come back a couple days later for some very minor baseboard adjustments, but other than that, there we no issues with the installation process.

Wed definitely recommend Invision to anyone looking for a flooring contractor that checks all the boxes.

Thanks!

Approximate cost of services:
$11,000.00
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Company Response

Chris- it’s been real fun and a genuine relation we’ve developed.
We are thrilled to hear of you enjoying the new space.
You’ve picked a real good quality floor and as your visitors come through the sense of pride in your home will be brought forward time and time again.
Use it well, enjoy it and each other until a “for sale” do you part.
Then just call us to do it all over again.
Talk soon…
Dov, Roy and the Invision team.

Private User
Private User
Private User reviews Toronto, ON
10/10

Impeccable service and quality

Impeccable service from Invision Hardwood from start to finish. Dov is detailed oriented and knowledgeable about any hardwood need. I dont think there is a question he cant answer. His passion for his work is noticeable. Between Dov and Roy, the service we received was always personal, professional, on top of being on time and schedule across deliverables and installation. Their installer (Ali) was extremely professional as well and did amazing work. Our floors look beautiful and exceeded all expectations. I highly recommend Invision Hardwood and Décor team for any and all flooring needs. Thanks again.

Approximate cost of services:
$9,000.00
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Company Response

Hi Muriel, we are grateful this all went well.
Luckily the material was promptly accessible and with your help pushing back the kitchen installers slightly we were able to sneak in there and get done to without rushing and in time for their schedule.
Enjoy your new space and think of us often for your referral network or until needing more help at home.
Talk soon...
Dov Roy and the Invision team

RBM in Toronto
RBM in Toronto
2 reviews Toronto, ON
10/10

Ten Stars Each for Product, Installation, Service, and Integrity AGAIN

I cant find enough superlatives to describe Invision. I was thrilled with both the process and the results when Roy and his crew installed engineered maple throughout my 2-bedroom condo in 2020, and they've just topped themselves by rescuing me from a flooding disaster with such skill and attention to detail that nobody can find the repair.

The original installation was a major adventure for me. I was picky beforehand about product appearance and noise control and tight scheduling. We agreed to try a new and advanced underlayment and that introduced a major wrinkle into the installation process that the manufacturer hadn't explained, but the issue was taken in stride, dealt with, and didn't affect the spectacular project outcome at all. My 2020 Homestars review was Ten Stars for Product, Installation, Service, and Integrity, with a rating of 10/10.

What a contrast. Before I found my heroes at Invision I had been taken for a ride by a fast-talking flooring contractor who installed a condo full of flooring that had to be completely removed and replaced. I wrote a Homestars review titled Very Bad Experience, rating the experience as 0/10, and describing the experience as A $14,000 lesson on checking reputations first.

In mid-June 2022 a pipe in a plumbing shaft in my high-rise condo building spung a leak and water managed to get under and discolour a section of my maple floor. The condo managements restoration contractor had no idea of how to deal with my problem, and I kept being asked if I could just live with the discolourization. I called Roy, explained the situation, and asked if Invision did repairs. The answer was that Invision isnt in the repair business but that they stand behind the work they have done for their own clients and would be happy to try to help me.

Hiding this repair was going to be a challenge. The fix involved replacing an irregularly shaped section of tongue-and-groove engineered hardwood and its underpad. Because we first had to get things dry the process required multiple visits. As in 2018, Roy was there every time to help and check. His crew worked a precision miracle, and I now have a like-new floor and a Find the patch game for visitors. I tell them about the flood, and the repair, and challenge them to find the replaced area. Nobody has, and nobody ever will. This is an 11 out of 10 job.

I have never dealt with such a professional contractor. No wonder Invision averages 9.9/10 across 320 reviews.

Approximate cost of services:
$1,900.00
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Company Response

Hi Bruce, fantastic review!
So glad and humbled that you've put so much effort into helping us pursue more business. Recognizing the value of dealing with good people sharing honest intentions makes a difference. We do what we can when we can to create an environment to make you comfortable. We like it to go both ways and the respect of the customer towards our business is a critical part of our relationship. Enjoy your floor and think of us each time you come home. You can now let that bad experience go and focus on the future. It will bring you more happiness.
Next for us together is entertaining your referrals.
Talk soon...
Dov, Roy and the Invision team.

Private User
Private User
Private User reviews King City, ON
10/10

Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

The team at Invision Hardwood & Decor were so helpful, and their prices are quite reasonable. They have a lot of selection to choose from. They have extra large flooring samples that we were permitted to bring home to see in our space. They were helpful with letting us know how long certain colour choices would take to be delivered, and were even flexible about our installation timeline.
We are very pleased with our new luxury vinyl plank flooring.

Approximate cost of services:
$4,300.00
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Company Response

Hi Angela,
Thanks to you and James for giving the opportunity to share our services with you and raise the value of your home. It was a pleasure working together.
Enjoy your new floors.
Talk soon…
Dov, Roy and the Invision team

David in Toronto
David in Toronto
4 reviews Toronto, ON
6/10

Doing it right is NOT the same as making it right.

We were looking forward to giving an A+ review for Invision. We believe with a shift in perspective they can get there consistently, but they will need to humbly reflect and act differently to achieve this. Mistakes happen. How you deal with them leaves a lasting impression.

To the reader, you will need to decide for yourself what your own expectations are for a floor replacement project. What we describe below were ours. It could have been much different and we sincerely wish it was. In time, we know we will appreciate our new floors, but the process to get them in could have been managed very differently leading to a materially different final impression.

The key theme for our review is: Doing it right is NOT the same as making it right.

Doing it right in this context means treating the property like it was your own: minimizing damage to the homeowners property regardless of the disclaimers they sign, ordering enough wood to do the job properly, not installing cracked, crushed from a drop or otherwise flawed boards (or cut those pieces off before installing), installing the right size registers in the right places and doing your own sweep for quality installation, squeak reduction and general appearance, not waiting to have the customer raise matters with you. Keep a high bar. And of course, if you do screw up like we all do, apologize and overcompensate in the recovery acknowledging the inconvenience your errors have caused leaving on a high note. Quality control is a proactive practice, not a reactive practice; that is remediation. Remediation of course is table stakes. Professionalism is doing it all without being asked.

This fundamental perspective is where we differed from Dov and Roy at Invision and it left a very poor impression despite the fact that we have new floors.

Lets begin with the sales process. This is where expectations were calibrated.

Our prime reason for replacement was squeaking floorboards. We did not have a lot of time to run around town meeting different providers and we had a couple prior quotes to understand baseline. We looked at Homestars, looked at the list and my eye caught Invision. I looked at the map and set up an appointment. Dov was welcoming and hospitable. Made time for us and had lots of patience and knowledge that he shared gratuitously. He has been at this for 20 years and his experience was appealing. We were happy to pay a premium for premium service and less headache. (This was our thinking anyway) He was very flexible in letting us take multiple samples home for us to try in our environment. He ballparked price, it fit my budget and we made our decision after the winter break to proceed. The quote came after a site visit by Dov where he looked at the peculiarities of our project, his measurements and advice. He cautioned that while we are trying to solve the squeaking problem, they would do their best but could not guarantee a squeak-free experience. Noted. Disappointing that it couldnt be completely solved we appreciated that they were up-front about that to calibrate our expectations. Again, at the time we felt like we were in good hands.

We have a modest home that is 100 years old and their experience with these kinds of properties was certainly appealing. We felt we were in the hands of someone who cares and we agreed to their quote. During COVID, we understood supply chains are a mess and he aptly managed our expectations about the ordering process, delivery times and scheduling of the removal and install. We settled on a mutually acceptable date with some wiggle room for time to complete. Dov ordered the wood after we signed and paid our deposit and then it was delivered by Dovs partner Roy a day before install was to begin. At this point, they were knocking it out of the park. I was so relieved to be dealing with what appeared to be professionals.

I think the trouble we had can all be traced back to two main causes: 1) not enough wood was ordered, and 2) inconsistent attention to detail

The crew showed up each day on time and were always polite. Matt and team were friendly and efficient. Roy made an appearance each day to collect payment, but also to oversee progress. This was good to see and we assumed this meant that the care promised on the front end would be delivered on the back end.

Sadly, this was not what we experienced.

It is fair to say that when we pay for professionals we expect professionalism. Seems like a reasonable thing to expect. Part of professionalism is using your experience to do what was contracted to the standard agreed to along with some reasonable expectations that often go unsaid. These might include: we will treat your property with care, we will monitor quality and consistency of installation and replace boards or other materials provided that do not meet their own standards, when we make mistakes we will proactively own them, apologize and make it right without the need for you to find and negotiate these, etc.

Back to the wood supply. There was the in-home measurement and the calculation that Dov made for overage. I assume they have done this hundreds of times if not thousands over 20 years.

They ran out of wood on our job. This, we believe led to them cutting corners and using boards that should have been rejected, replaced or otherwise altered to remove damage or cracks from dropping or from the source manufacturing. Of course, we would expect an occasional board to have a flaw that could be altered or omitted. But when they didnt have enough to work with these flawed boards were installed. This should have been a preventable situation given their experience measuring and ordering, validation of their vendor quality control and needing overage.

Now, you might be thinking what's the big deal? Well, trust is one of those things that one can grant up front, but once you see one thing it makes you a little more sensitive to others, then there is an accumulating effect if the quantity and range becomes significant. A mistake here and there no big deal - as long as they make it right. But a range accumulates and eventually destroys goodwill.

While the potential for nicks in doors, frames, baseboards and walls were all noted upfront in the quote they are still jarring to see. But we noted them and moved on.

Then there were other points in care for property that occurred like cigarette ash on our porch left on ground and their supplies and a fresh paint tray/roller left on our living room carpet without a drop cloth. So careless, we thought. Use an ashtray and lay a drop cloth. Do we need to note this to professionals?

So, we then were attuned to a standard of care that was not being met, which compelled us to pay closer attention to the installation. And with this, we found more that we did not want to see.

I was pleasantly surprised that they covered one of our smoke detectors at the top of the stairs with plastic during the removal. I thought nice touch only to notice that they didnt do the same to the one at the bottom of the stairs. So I had to shake it out and vacuum that one. No biggie.

Some of the details and craftsmanship are very nice like the transition they built to the bathroom tiles, the colour matching of the custom stair treads and the custom register installs for two of the rooms. They definitely have the skills.

Then the inspection once the installation was done. We noticed a day into the install a board that was marked with what was speculated to be a wax pen for cutting lines. The board was in an obvious place at the top of the stairs thus visible and I was assured by Roy that this is what it was and it would be handled. What I didnt expect was a different colour of wax crayon was used to cover it up. It looked like a kindergarten drawing. It was embarrassing that I had to point something like this out to them. Oh, ok was the response.

Then I pointed out a few lifted edges of boards in high-visibility and traffic areas. They had to be pounded down or replaced. But again, I had to find them and request they be dealt with.

Then there was a board that was dropped (one assumes) and the corner was crushed. Right in front of our closet. Yet it was installed anyway. Why wouldnt they saw off the end and use the board with a clean cut? Your guess is as good as mine, but I think it stems back to the inadequate supply of wood. You can see a theme developing. I could too. Now I had to wonder what else did they miss?

This one is more significant. So they leave after the installation and invite us to look around. I would have wanted them to do this quality control sweep, but I guess this is not part of their process. So my wife gets home and I hear the furnace turn on and I hear a high pitched sound coming from the register in the master bedroom. It think maybe they accidentally left the stuffing in the pipes? Perhaps the furnace was in need of a tune up? Nope. I lifted the register cover off and it stopped. I looked closer to try to understand what was making the sound and something looked off but I couldnt place it. It seemed smaller. I get on my knees to look at the register and noticed that they installed the wrong sized register. We had custom flush registers made by them and two were 4X10 and one was 3x10 to install in my sons small bedroom with a smaller vent. They installed the 3x10 in a 4x10 hole in the master bedroom. This is where the credibility of this mistake set me back. How could they make such an error? The smallest, well-marked register in the biggest room having to cut boards to compensate for the cavity mismatch. This cannot be someone not having enough coffee that day. So I took some pictures showing the cavity and error and sent to Roy and Dov.

Roy comes back to look at all the areas we noted so they can address and he comes to the register. He then proceeds to speculate all the possible reasons why they made that decision. I stopped him incredulously and said, Roy, it is clearly a mistake. Pause. Then he replied with we could replace that for you if you want and I could not believe it. Listen, you make a mistake, call it and proactively fix it. Dont wait for the client to grimace and say do you want us to make it up to you? Was that ever a question? This is where he lost me and his credibility plummeted. Mistakes happen. Own them without the client saying you should own them. There is a big difference. The remaining goodwill was lost here.

So they ordered another box of wood, it came within two weeks and they came back to replace a cracked board, the marked up one atop the stairs, replaced one or two of the ones that were rising at the edges and tried to eliminate some of the squeaks that remained by injecting something in between the boards. The vent was replaced, but now looked coarse given the extraction and retrofit, not seamless like the other two. Plus, the replacement register insert had scratches on it from either installation or manufacturing so he had to fabricate a third one! This was done within a day, but their credulity and my patience had long since been strained.

Throughout this, it was Roy coming back to deal with our concerns. Dov ceased communication once the challenges started rolling in. We were disappointed as Dov sold us on the job.

The final annoyance was a cracked board under the master dresser. One does not expect cracked boards in newly laid floors. We didnt see this as they moved the dresser back after the floor was installed. I was on my hands and knees and found a crack beside an errant felt pad from one of the legs. Why was I on my hands and knees you ask? Cleaning resin or epoxy off of the floors. They left without doing this for us. Sloppy, but Ive never been afraid of a little elbow grease. I noticed the pad, worried about scratches and then put my hand under to feel close to the pad. Instead, I found what felt like a crack. I couldnt safely move the dresser myself so took a phone picture and sent it to Roy and Dov. Roy came the next day, confirmed the crack and said it is insignificant and assured us that is won't get worse therefore not worth addressing. Again, we were surprised. He brought a can of acetone and cleaned two areas that had the residue in the bedroom and hallway. Details.

It all started with the measuring and ordering of supplies, the inconsistent attention to detail and now the way the accumulation of mistakes were handled. My wife greeted Roy upon his return and asked him: Would this be standard be ok in your home? Blank face. Silence.

After a heated exchange the conclusion he reached was: We did not meet your expectations. Emphasis on your expectations like we are somehow the culprits. I cant help but think an extra box of wood upfront would not have exposed this comedy of errors. Maybe we would have given a 10 out of 10 review, but the way they handled themselves was simply disappointing.

After the weekend, we received the final invoice for the amount we owed. No apology note, no gesture of conciliation, no card in the mailbox saying sorry for all the many inconveniences have dinner on us, or something similar. Nada. So I paid the final bill immediately in full and awaited my final receipt keen to never have to deal with them again.

But wait, theres more. Roy sent another note about a week or so later saying they miscalculated and claimed we owed a few more hundred dollars due to an error on their side. I kid you not.

We care about details when we are paying for what is positioned as a premium service. So, in closing, you need to decide for yourselves whether what we describe is our unique expectations or whether these are simply standards they should impose upon themselves.

They certainly have the capacity to be ten stars, but the management of detail and quality control needs work to get there. For your sake I hope they do.

Approximate cost of services:
$17,500.00
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Company Response

Hi David – thank you for your thorough and detailed review.
Our goal is the same every time and with every customer – to leave them feeling that every effort was made to provide a great service while leaving behind a great product.
Your hardwood floors look beautiful as do your stairs. We hope you and your family enjoy them for many years to come.
A point of clarification however regarding the quantity of hardwood that was ordered. Based on the measurements [359']– and by no stretch a complicated measure – a hallway and three small bedrooms – we had 11% allocated for waste, so well prepared. Despite this healthy waste margin we had just enough wood to finish the job.
As we explained the “waste factor” is not a perfect science but industry standards somewhere between 5% to 10%. Sometimes these things happens despite the fact that we always try our best. Your are right about old homes often not being the perfect canvas to work on. We ended up purchasing another box, at our cost, to address a couple of boards that you were unhappy with and you kept the leftover hardwood material.
We are sorry you were unhappy with how certain aspects of the job unfolded and despite our best efforts and immediate attention we were not able to live up to your expectations.
Be well,

Dov, Roy, and the Invision Team.

Private User
Private User
Private User reviews Markham, ON
10/10

Fantastic service!

Roy and the crew at Invision are fantastic at what they dowhich is keeping customers happy! From the moment they came to assess the job they had great ideas, great communication, and great timing. They started in the exact date we booked, and were flexible when other trades let us down with timeline changes. Any issues were dealt with right away, even minor things were taken care of weeks later that we needed adjusted. They care about what they do, and it shows. I was hesitant to hire a company to put down vinyl since I have done laminate before quite easily. They worked so neatly, without a single plank being damaged or repeated in a predictable way. I couldnt be more satisfied!!

Approximate cost of services:
$12,000.00
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Company Response

This is a wonderful way to commence our long weekend.
Thank you for this acknowledgement. We really do put in the effort if takes to earn these reviews.
Talk soon...
Dov, Roy and the Invision team

hbd in Richmond Hill
hbd in Richmond Hill
2 reviews Richmond Hill, ON
10/10

Great job so satisfied

I had Invision Hardwood replace carpeted, laminate and tile floors with Engineered hardwood throughout my house and refinish my staircase to match. For me
Choosing the floor was the hardest part but from the time I walked into the showroom and spoke with Pina who was very knowledgeable and helpful right through to the installation. Everyone was friendly and professional. They fulfilled the job on budget and on time and it looks great. I could not be happier. I highly recommend them.

Approximate cost of services:
$37,000.00
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It was a pleasurable experience together and leaving behind this review is fantastic.
We wish it to help others know there not alone in the stressful experience of picking a new floor.

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Dov, Roy and the Invision team

The reviews on this page are the subjective opinion of the Author and not of HomeStars Inc.

More about Invision Hardwood & Decor

At Invision Hardwood & Decor we are more than your average hardwood floor retailers, we bring a unique expertise. Our spacious showroom offers a look into the possibilities of a complete room makeover.
Hardwood flooring in combination with our complementary specialties which include painting, decorative trim mouldings, stairs can transform an average space into a spectacular retreat for your everyday enjoyment.
A simple home improvement crafted by our qualified trades can add significant value to home ownership.
We call this “Interior Vision”, and it’s a complimentary service we offer exclusively to our customers.

Our flooring brands create a luxurious backdrop by design and include;
Mercier Wood flooring, Lauzon Distinctive Wood Floors, Superior Wood Flooring, Kentwood Floors, Craft Artisan Wood Floors, several vinyl collections, Torlys Smart Floor, Twelve Oaks flooring,

Our services include;
FLOORING- Hardwood Installation, Hardwood Refinishing, Hardwood Repairs.

STAIRCASES- Stair and Railing replacement or refinishing - Carpet to hardwood- New Pickets and Posts - Stained, sealed and painted .

FINISHING TRIM- Baseboards, Shoe Moulding or Quarter Rounds.

PAINTING & STAINING- Take the full experience of Invisions capabilities using our professional painter services to complete your look.

Let our "Interior Vision" work for you. Hope to hear from you soon.

CATEGORIES
Floor Laying & Refinishing, Floor Retailers, and Paint & Wallpaper Contractors
PRODUCTS
Solid Hardwood Flooring, Enginieered Hardwood Flooring, Laminate Flooring, Cork Flooring, Bamboo Flooring, Leather Flooring, New Stair Treads and Risers, Paint and painting service
SERVICES
FLOORING: Hardwood Installation, Hardwood Refinishing, Hardwood Repairs, Custom Staining of Floors. STAIRCASES: Install New Stair Treads and Riser and Custom Staining. TRIM: New Baseboards, Door or Window Casing, Crown Moulding, Wall Panelling. PAINTING/STAINING: Interior/ Exterior, Residential and Commercial, Drywall Repairs and Custom Floor Stain Matches WALLPAPERING: Residential and Commercial
BRANDS
Mercier Wood Floors, Torlys Floors[wood/cork/laminate/leather], Lauzon Wood Floors,Kentwood Wood floor and Vinyl Collection, Superior Floors, Quick Step Laminate, Twelve Oaks [wood, laminate and vinyl],
STYLES
Endless amounts of Hardwood species in various styles, colours and sizes
SPECIALITIES
Hardwood Flooring, Painting, Wallpaper and Trim installation
WEBSITE
http://www.invisionhardwooddecor.com
YEAR ESTABLISHED
1990
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
0
RETURN POLICY
Most items are special order without return. Some items are returnable with restocking charges
PAYMENT METHOD
E transfer, Cheque, Debit and Credit cards with a 3% Admin fee
LIABILITY INSURANCE
Yes
WORKERS COMPENSATION
Yes
PROJECT MINIMUM
Labour minimum is $800.00 for install and $1500 for refinishing
BONDED
Yes
PROJECT RATE
All projects are costing through site visits
WRITTEN CONTRACT
Yes
WARRANTY TERMS
All floor material comes with manufacture warranties
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