Hello and welcome to our professional flooring removal service! At CAT 3 Recovery, we know how important it is to hire a team you can trust to remove your old flooring. That’s why we’re here to offer you reliable and experienced service, no matter what type of flooring you need removed. Whether it’s hardwood, carpet, tile, linoleum, or something else, we have the tools and know-how to get the job done safely and efficiently. We look forward to working with you!

What Does Our Flooring Removal, Cleanup, and Disposal Process Look Like?

First, we’ll assess the type of flooring you have and develop a plan for removing it. For hardwood, we use a combination of hand tools and specialized machinery to carefully remove the boards without damaging the underlying subfloor. For carpet, we use heavy-duty floor strippers to loosen and remove the material, as well as any padding or adhesive. Tile removal typically involves using a hammer and chisel to carefully break the tiles and remove them in pieces, while linoleum can often be scraped up using a floor scraper.

Once the flooring has been removed, we’ll dispose of it in an environmentally responsible manner. We make every effort to recycle or reuse as much of the removed material as possible, and we properly dispose of any hazardous materials.

After the job is complete, we’ll thoroughly clean up the area to leave your space spotless. This includes sweeping, vacuuming, and disposing of any debris.

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Frequently Asked Questions That Homeowners Have When It Comes To Removing Carpet or Tile

How much does it cost to remove flooring?

The 2 main factors are how many SQ FT need to be removed and what type of material is the flooring. Have those ready for a quick estimate.

Can I remove carpet or tile myself?

The process of removing old tiles can be difficult and exhausting. A professional flooring removal company is better suited.

How long does it take to remove flooring?

This depends on material of the flooring and how much of it needs to be removed. Some types of flooring, such as hardwood or linoleum, may be removed relatively quickly, while others, such as tile or glued-down carpet, may take longer.

Who Is responsible for cleanup and disposable?’

We have a plan in place for disposing of the removed flooring in an environmentally responsible manner that follows the local guidelines.

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Expert Removal of Hardwood, Carpet, Tile, Linoleum, and More

When it comes to removing old flooring, the process can vary significantly depending on the type of material you have. They all have their own unique characteristics and may require different tools and techniques to remove them safely and effectively. Our team is fully licensed and insured, and we take pride in our commitment to safety and professionalism. We have experience working with a variety of flooring materials and know the most effective methods for removing each type.

Hardwood Floor Removal

Hardwood flooring is typically one of the easier types of flooring to remove, as the boards can often be pried up using a pry bar or crowbar. However, if the flooring has been glued down or if it is particularly old and delicate, it may be more challenging to remove. In these cases, specialized tools such as flooring chisels may be needed.

Carpet Removal

Removing carpet can be a more labor-intensive process, as it is often attached to the floor using glue or staples. In addition, the carpet will typically need to be removed along with any padding or underlayment. This can be done using a heavy-duty floor stripper or by hand.

Tile Removal

Removing tile can also be a labor-intensive process, as it is typically secured to the floor using adhesive. The tiles will need to be carefully chiseled or pried up, taking care not to damage the underlying subfloor.

Linoleum Flooring Removal

Linoleum is a thin, flexible flooring material that is typically glued down to the subfloor. It can often be removed relatively easily by using a floor scraper or similar tool to scrape it up from the surface.

Laminate or Vinyl Removal

Depending on the specific type of flooring, the removal process can vary. For example, removing glued-down vinyl or laminate flooring may require similar techniques to those used for linoleum or tile. Removing concrete flooring, on the other hand, may require grinding or other heavy-duty techniques.

Contact us for your flooring removal needs in Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, & surrounding AReas

If you’re in the market for flooring removal services, we’d be happy to provide you with a detailed estimate. At CAT 3 Recovery, Our rates are competitive, and we’ll make sure to include the cost of labor, materials, and any additional fees or charges. To request a quote, just get in touch with us using the contact information below!

We offer carpet, tile, and flooring removal services to residential, commercial, and HOA properties in and around Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, LaBelle, & nearby areas in Southwest FL. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out. Call us at (239) 977-8488 to request an estimate.