Flooring Removal Service
Flooring Removal Specialists in Southwest Florida
Fort Myers, Naples, Sarasota, etc.
There are tons of great flooring contractors in Southwest Florida, but sometimes it takes a skilled demolition contractor to handle your flooring removal project. Commercial flooring removal requires advanced equipment, an experienced team, and detailed planning.
That’s why Demolition Kings is the ideal solution for all of your flooring removal and remodeling needs in Southwest Florida. Our team use advanced equipment and dust control processes to save you time and money on your project—and leave your home or office in a like-new state.
Whether you’re looking to remodel your home or update a large commercial space, we specialize in removing the toughest flooring surfaces quickly and efficiently. Demolition Kings is fully licensed, insured, and trains our team in-house to make sure that every project is completed to the highest standards. We are equipped to handle a variety of materials including tile, marble, wood, laminates, carpets, and more with no need for harsh chemicals or solvents.
The Demo Kings Difference
If quality, safety, and hassle-free services are important to you, then you might be a good fit for a Demolition Kings project.
What is Included in Our Flooring Removal Service?
Survey & Preparation
Every flooring project starts with a clear action plan. In this first stage, we’ll walk your building and make notes on your long-term goals. Because, after all, your removal and cleanup project will go much smoother if we all focus on the end goal—your new flooring.
Consistent, efficient execution is key to every flooring project. Our team removes your flooring, adhesive, and any other related materials on time and on budget. That way, your dream flooring can get installed without any surprises.
Construction cleanup is always a bigger stage than anyone expects and most contractors add that on as an additional expense. That’s not how Demolition Kings does business. Our flooring projects include everything you need for a seamless installation—in vacuumed condition.
Types of Flooring We Remove
The simple truth is that we all inherit buildings with old flooring that sticks out like a sore thumb. And, usually, it’s a mix of random materials thrown together over decades of interior design trends. That’s why our Demolition Kings team is trained and experience in removing all types of flooring materials—and we’ve got the highest-quality equipment to get the job done without damaging the rest of your building.
Remember, our goal is to help you reach the end of your project with a beautiful new floor. Every step we take is designed to help your big-picture dream come to life.
These are the most common types of flooring we remove in Florida homes and commercial buildings:
Tile Flooring Removal
Floor tiles can be difficult to remove because they are adhered to the surface underneath with strong adhesive material. This adhesive can bond the tile so tightly that it becomes almost impossible to separate it from the surface without causing damage. That’s why we bring in specialized equipment and we can complete your project safely and effectively—and minimize harm or additional damage to your building.
Wood Flooring Removal
Wood flooring is sometimes hard to remove because it is fastened securely to the subfloor beneath it. The process of installation usually involves nails, glue, or both, which tightly attach wood planks to the subfloor. Removing wooden floors often requires special tools like a pry bar, a hammer, or an oscillating saw. Thankfully, our Demolition Kings team has decades of experience and a keen eye for quality.
Do you have a carpeted room you want to redesign? There are a few key steps we’ll take to keep your flooring removal smooth and efficient:
First, we remove all furniture from the room and make sure the area is clear of any obstacles. Then, pull up sections off the tack strip and roll it up, as we go. We protect the tack strip underneath, and remove any adhesive or glue that was used to secure it in place.
Once all of the carpet and adhesive has been removed, inspect the subfloor for any repairs that may be required. When needed, we sand down rough spots or apply a leveling compound to smooth out any irregularities on concrete floors.
Lastly, dispose of your old carpet responsibly by contacting your local waste disposal service or recycling facility for guidance on how best to handle it.
Laminate Flooring Removal
Laminate flooring is often difficult to remove because the adhesive makes it tough to be removed. Our flooring removal crew has developed efficient methods to get your project done quickly.
Concrete Flooring Removal
Concrete flooring can be removed through several methods depending on the size and thickness of the area. One common method for removing concrete flooring is by using a jackhammer or electric breaker to break it up into smaller pieces that can then be removed manually. Another method involves using a specialized saw equipped with diamond blades to cut through the concrete slab, creating manageable sections for removal. In some cases, a machine called a skid steer with an attachment such as a hydraulic breaker or rock drill may be used to break up and remove larger sections of concrete. It is important to wear personal protective equipment and follow appropriate safety protocols when working with concrete removal equipment.
We also provide Specialized Flooring Removal for these types of products:
- Engineered Hardwood Floors
- Bamboo Flooring
- Cork Flooring
- Stone Flooring
- Travertine Tile
- Marble Tile
- Granite Tile
- Slate Tile
- Sandstone Tile
- Limestone Tile
- Ceramic &
- Glass Tile &
- Vinyl Flooring
- Vinyl Plank Flooring
Our Flooring Removal Process
Our demolition teams take intentional steps to stay focused on your end goal. After all, your demolition project is about making something NEW—not just knocking a few walls down. So, our project isn’t done until you’ve got a clean canvas to start with.
Survey & Preparation
Every flooring project begins with a thorough inspection of your job site area, goals, and materials. This detailed action plan keeps everything running smoothly.
Then, our demo contractors get to work. We begin removing the old flooring and protect the rest of your home or commercial building along the way.
Once your flooring removal is done, we clean your site and provide debris removal so that you’re ready to start fresh on your next steps.
Our Service Area
We’re based in Port Charlotte and service the entire area of Southwest Florida, especially the following counties:
Lee, Collier, Hendry, Glades, Charlotte, Highlands, DeSoto, Hardee, Sarasota, Manatee, Monroe, Hillsborough
Schedule a Job Walk and Get Quote!
We’re committed to providing our clients with cost-effective and timely demolition services—and that starts with your custom flooring removal plan. Contact us via this form or at (239)292-9190 to get a clear demolition cost projection.