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Why a Certified Wood Flooring Inspector?

If an issue arises with your newly installed wood flooring, your first call should be to the company that installed the flooring. However, if an agreement cannot be reached, your second call should be directed to an NWFA Certified Professional Inspector.

NWFA Certified Wood Flooring Inspectors have been certified based on a two-part process conducted by the NWFA. The process consists of a comprehensive written exam followed by the completion and approval inspection reports. Learn more about Certified Wood Flooring Inspectors.

By choosing an NWFA Certified Inspector, you can be certain that he or she has the knowledge and skills to best assist you in inspecting your wood floors.

NWFA Certified Wood Flooring Inspectors are ready to hear from you. Find one in your area below.

Feel free to contact NWFACP at 866.418.5408 for more information.

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