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When We Show Up
Our Team is dedicated to giving you the best experience possible. To help with that we have set some expectations below to help you have the best possible installation of your products. Please ask us questions this will help with the long term care and effectiveness of your investment. Of course we do have additional care and maintenance recommendations – Click here to read about them.
- All Furnishings must be moved unless Morris Flooring has been contracted to move them. This includes electronics, all items on shelves, on top of furniture and in cabinets. This includes end tables and light chairs.
- Installation can be completed in as little as one day or it may take several days depending on the size of your job. You can walk on your floors during this process but the less traffic the more efficiently it can be completed.
- All new flooring will have an odor. Neither is toxic but can be considered unpleasant. If you are sensitive, we recommend you do not stay in the home during the installation process.
- Equipment will be used and can create considerable noise that cannot be avoided.
- All flooring projects create dust. We can minimize this with a dust containment barrier at a minimal Charge
When We Leave
We will do our best to leave your environment clean and no debris or construction material will be left behind. We do clean the product when done. However, as is the case with any flooring there will be continual cleanup and maintenance when we leave. Look to your specific product below to see what you need to know by flooring type. Also read our Care and Maintenance page to see long term maintenance tips based on the flooring you are getting installed – Click here.
5 Cold Weather Safety Tips
- Bundle Up! – Layering insulates the body by creating several pockets of warm air around it, which helps keep the body’s core temperature at its average 98.6°F. The best way to layer is to start with a base layer of tight-fitting thermal materials that wick moisture away from the skin and keep you dry. Avoid cotton, it absorbs moisture and traps it on the skin making you colder. Then add a middle layer meant to insulate the body such as wool, fleece, sweaters, and long-sleeved shirts. Finally, the outer layer (the protective shell) is ideally a waterproof, wind resistant, breathable jacket.
- Stay Dry – Protect yourself from the elements. If it’s snowing, avoid staying out in the snow as much as possible. Move quickly between buildings, use a car when you can, and when you must be outside, try to walk under a shelter or use an umbrella.
- Accessorize with Hats & Mittens - Covering as much exposed skin as possible will keep you warmer longer by preventing your internal body heat from escaping. Take extra care when it comes to your extremities, particularly fingers and toes. When you have an choice between mittens and gloves, go with mittens. Yes, you will lose dexterity, but the hands stay warmer when your fingers are clustered together.
- Keep Hydrated – When you are dehydrated your body has to work harder and spend more energy to maintain a safe core temperature. Drink lots of water and warm drinks even if you aren’t thirsty. This will provide hydration and warmth to your body.
- Keep Moving - The more active you are in cold weather, the more heat your body will generate to keep you warm.
We hope you have a safe and wonderful celebration. Remember to check in with us in the coming year for what’s going on with the new year flooring options.
Once again it’s that time of the year and holiday season is upon us!
As 2014 draws to a close, a look back over the events of the previous twelve months makes it very easy to see that this has been another amazing year for us and our amazing customers.
We have been blessed to know many of you and help you to find solutions to your problems. In all of this we are enriched by knowing you and seeing how you help others. It is no small thing to be appreciative for every blessing we have.
In 2014 we have had additional opportunity to be involved with our local community. The support of others is a key feature of what makes us a true community with a tight fabric. As you think back on the many things you have had an opportunity to accomplish we can all smile in that we have helped those who may not have had the success we did in this last year. No matter if it is financial, time, or emotional support we take pride in all we can do to build our community up.
As this year comes to a close we find ourselves reflecting on many good things. In a similar vein we find ourselves looking forward to the challenges of a new year and opportunity for success and help. Please take a moment and share the thought of the season with a friend. What one thing can you do today to put a smile on someone’s face? If you are reading this, thank you, for being a friend or business associate, our work is about you.