Flooring Installation in Frisco TX
Why GC Flooring Pros' customers refer their friends and family to us
ENGINEERED WOOD SPECIALS
We have a wide selection of trending styles, grains and colors for you to choose. From Hickory to Oak, our discounts include all our premium floors and more.
Kitchen is where delicious meals are prepared and people come together. When it comes to designing a kitchen, choosing the right countertop is half of the work.
Who we are
GC Pros – to enhance quality control while offering the best price in the finishes industry.Welcome to our website! Inspired by the “old school” mentality of passing on something valuable to the next generation while building a business to possibly include Jeff’s son down the road, Jeff Cappon created GC Flooring Pros which is named after his Son Gabriel. Coincidentally, GC is also the abbreviation for General Contracting or General Contractor. Thus, Gabriel’s initials not only captured the initial motive of creating a Father and Son company, but it also gave Cappon an open ended vision to grow into other construction trades with the end goal of Development. So what is a Father and Son Company? We believe a Father and Son company represents a unit of people who treat others as they would want to be treated, while holding ourselves to a fullness of integrity no matter who we are dealing with. A Father and Son company should be an example of a company who is willing to sacrifice to make things right. It is said that our world is becoming a Fatherless generation, but our promise at GC Flooring Pros is to be a loyal and family orientated services company whom goes to any length to be sure it’s customers are fully satisfied. We also value and treat our installers at the highest care, honor, and respect, which in turn draws the best installation crews to us, and they stay with us. Flooring was how the GC brand entered the industry of Remodeling and that’s certainly our #1 trade because of the flooring volume that’s in demand across DFW. However, we hope that after our customers are happy with our flooring service, they will come back to GCFP’s for other types of remodels. As of now, GC Flooring pros also offers finishes like shower remodeling, attic remodeling, kitchen remodels, paint, cabinets, and countertops to our customers because that’s what we know and do best. But please check back from time to time, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on social media to stay afloat on our services and incentives.
Jeff Cappon / Owner
We are a father & son company
We value human connection more than anything and are proud to be part of your home remodeling project. We take an individual approach to every customer and try to find the best flooring service to suit their preferences as well as their budget. Throughout the years we have also been working as a flooring contractor and have provided floor service to several companies in North Dallas area.
We employ the finest flooring installation experts
Our floor installation teams have decades of experience in every type of flooring from hardwood to carpet as well as bathroom/kitchen remodeling. With our professional floor service, your home will undergo the transformation you always dreamed of. In addition to floor installation, we also provide floor refinishing services. Experienced flooring specialists working at GC Pros will bring your hardwood floors back to life.
We handpick our supplies
We sincerely want our customers to have the best floor installation experience possible. This is why we try and stay current with the latest flooring trends. On our shelves, you will find a wide selection of premium floors, from contemporary all the way to classic flooring options. We work closely with local flooring suppliers and carry products from every major brand and manufacturer in the field to better suit your design needs.
We have great prices
We work directly with flooring showrooms, floor stores, and manufacturers which means there are no extra charges we have to cover from your pocket. You get a premium flooring supplies and excellent installation service for a cheaper price! Still not convinced? Try our free consultation. We’ll do our best to help you find the perfect floor for you. Thinking about remodeling your living room but not sure how much hardwood you’ll need? Using a flooring calculator is too complicated? You can always schedule an in-house estimate, free of charge.
Can engineered wood flooring be sanded and refinished?
It depends on the size of the veneer. Engineered hardwood is a composite material that consists of a backing, core layers of plywood and a real hardwood top layer. The thickness of top layer varies from product to product (usually somewhere between 4 to 8 millimeters). The thicker it is the less chance of sanding all the way through to the plywood. To be on a safe side,
we recommend you consult a flooring specialist prior to starting any work on your engineered flooring.
Can I install hardwood flooring in my basement?
Yes, you can. But only engineered hardwood flooring. Solid hardwood doesn’t go well with humid places, moisture causes it to expand and warp. Engineered hardwood has a much more stable structure. The layers in it are laid out at a 90-degree angle. This layout reduces the possibility of expansion or contraction in an engineered hardwood board by 80%. Besides, engineered hardwood flooring can be installed directly on concrete sub base.
Which hardwood floor is the most durable?
Unfortunately, there is no concrete answer to this question. The durability of a floor depends on many factors: the materials it’s made of, the process of manufacturing, the place of installation, the load of everyday use, how often it’s cleaned and how right it’s cared for. If all these points are followed correctly, chances are that your floor will live beyond the time you grow tired of seeing it. However, if you want to experiment with different finishes and might need your floor to live through one or two standings, hardwood floor is the best option for you.
Can I see the product at the warehouse?
Unfortunately, there is no showroom at our warehouse at the moment. We can bring free samples with us for our free estimate visit or you can view high-quality images of all our products on our website.
Is there a difference between floor and wall tile?
Wall tiles have more ‘decorative’ characteristics, they are thin, light and soft, unlike the floor tiles that have been made to handle the weight and much harsher circumstances of floor traffic. It is possible to install flooring tiles on walls if the walls can carry their weight, but the opposite – using wall tiles as flooring tiles – isn’t recommended.
My new carpet has an odor. What should I do?
It’s perfectly normal for a new carpet to have a certain smell. It’s caused by volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) which are harmless and usually disappear within three days after installation.
All carpets are strictly controlled following the requirements of Indoor Air Quality and the VOCs emitted by them is one of the lowest among existing flooring materials. If you are prone to bad allergies or have high sensitivity to latex, we advise you avoid the area of carpet installation for up to next 72 hours, same goes for your pets.
Can I install hardwood flooring in the kitchen?
While not directly advised, installing wood floors in close vicinity to water sources that could potentially cause spills isn’t directly advised, it’s by no means impossible. When installing hardwood in the kitchen what matters is your everyday habits and how ready you are to care for your floor appropriately. With any hardwood floor, be it engineered or solid, spills should be wiped up with a dry clean cloth immediately. Otherwise, the water could get into the hardwood plank and permanently stain or damage wood floor’s finish.
Can I install hardwood floor directly on the concrete slab?
It depends on what kind of hardwood you have in mind. Solid hardwood needs to be nailed down and requires a wooden subfloor. It’s possible to install 3/4″ thick solid hardwood boards on a concrete slab if you include a vapor barrier and build up a wood subfloor first, which is not the cheapest option. Installing engineered hardwood flooring over a concrete slab is much more recommended. Engineered wood floors can be glued down or floated over a concrete slab, as long as it’s over a dry, clean, and completely even surface and not below grade.
Is solid hardwood flooring better than engineered hardwood floor?
How good a floor depends on how well it fits the demands of the environment is going to be laid down in.
Engineered and solid hardwood floors are both fine and durable flooring options for your home. The biggest merit of solid hardwood flooring is that I can be refinished sometimes as often as up to five times. However, engineered hardwood floors with thicker wear layer can be sanded and refinished just like solid hardwood floors.
The main difference between engineered and solid wood is the structure. The cross-ply construction makes engineered wood more dimensionally stable and up to 80% less likely to be affected by changes in the humidity levels. This means your engineered hardwood floor won’t contract and expand seasonally as much as solid hardwood does. Warping and other water-related issues are also less common with engineered hardwood.
Another difference is the installation method. To install a solid hardwood floor, you’ll have to nail it down and will need a wooden subfloor. Engineered hardwood flooring can be glued down or floated.
Is it a good idea to install hardwood floors if I have a dog?
Hardwood flooring offers great support for your four-legged-friend. It offers a warm and comfortable surface for your pet to play and sleep on all year long. However, dog’s claws can severely damage your hardwood floors and you might want to opt for a more resilient and less expensive option like vinyl or tile. For more thoughts on the topic, you can read our blog.
BEST FLOORING OPTIONS
For centuries, tile has been favorite choice for flooring among builders and homeowners equally. Due to its many benefits tile maintains its popularity to this day. Tile is made from natural products such as clay, minerals, and water.
The ceramic coating on the body’s surface gives it its color and finish.
It’s a versatile decorative product that can be used for interior as well as exterior With today’s advanced technology there is a great selection of colors, sizes, shapes and textures available for every possible surface, be it walls or floor.
It’s a product that can transform space, enhance its appearance and offer you a great comfort and performance while remaining affordable.
Builders recommend it because it’s a simple yet reliable material, homeowners choose it because it’s easy to care for and environmentalists praise its durability and recycling qualities. In addition to the environment-friendly qualities, ceramic tile with its colors and textures can make any place stand out, indoors or outdoors.
Thanks to recent innovations in the field, carpets of this century can endure the constant foot traffic and unfortunate spill with a lot more ease and glamour than their counterparts from the decades ago. Carpet is great for not only families with kids but also it’s the least allergenic flooring option for people who are over sensitive to dust and other irritants.
If you are looking for a flooring material that gives you enough design options to choose from while at the same time being great at resisting moisture and easy to care for, congratulations, you have found it!
Vinyl is the most popular type of resilient flooring. Because of its characteristics vinyl is often used where there is a certain danger of liquid spills, like the kitchen and the bathroom. However, with modern advancements in manufacturing technology, it’s become possible to imitate look and texture of all natural materials and to use vinyl flooring pretty much everywhere in the house without a second thought.