Union Flooring Installations (UFI) is a union company based in Watertown, CT., established in 2000. Our work force regularly travels and services the East Coast and the Tri State Area. We have international union status, as well as, agreements with the New England Regional Council of Carpenters (NERCC), Tile-Setters and Laborers. Union Flooring is extremely competitive because of our experience and efficiency in all aspects of flooring.
We, at Union Flooring, are dedicated to quality service and are experienced in all facets of flooring from removal (demo), to surface prep and finally to the installation itself. We own equipment to handle any kind of demo and surface prep. With our state of the art equipment, there is literally no job than we cannot correct. Our growth, within the flooring industry, is attributed to providing our clients with timely installation, while maintaining a quality end product.
Union Flooring has recently added our Labor Assistance Division, providing dependable OSHA trained and certified Laborers to keep your job “Clean and Safe”. We have manpower available at anytime and the equipment to do the job; from unloading trucks, digging, chipping, grinding and moving/stage materials.
Our Management Team is committed to quality service and completing all jobs on schedule. We work side by side with our installers, to insure that we identify goals and time-lines and plan the strategies necessary to attain them. Our mechanics are capable of installation to include: ceramic, hardwood, resilient (flash cove and heat weld), VCT, laminate, rubber flooring, cork, carpet and other specialty flooring products. Our professional staff of installers and finishers has the experience to complete even the most difficult job on time. We understand that schedules are not goals, but daily “deadlines”.
As members of the Connecticut Construction Industries Association, we keep abreast of the trends within the industry, enabling us to further expand our business as the need arise.
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