Covering Wall to Wall
We can refinish your wood floors to the beauty it once had and deserves. We are well versed in solvent, water, and oil based wood floor finish.
Site-finished (sanded and finished on site) wood floors are one of the healthiest surfaces since they are the smoothest and easiest to sanitize.
If you have damaged wood or areas that need to be fixed then we can come in and restore the hardwood floor areas that need repairs back to new for you.
Over 30 years of experience working with home-owners installing and refinishing wood stair treads for historical, residential and commercial properties.
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of hardwood flooring are available?
There are many types of hardwood flooring available, including oak, maple, cherry, hickory, walnut, and many more. Each type of wood has its own unique characteristics in terms of color, grain pattern, and hardness.
What is the difference between solid and engineered hardwood flooring?
Solid hardwood flooring is made from a single piece of wood, while engineered hardwood is made from multiple layers of wood with a thin veneer of the desired hardwood on top. Engineered hardwood is more stable than solid hardwood, making it a good choice for areas with fluctuations in humidity.
What is the best way to maintain hardwood floors?
Regular cleaning is key to maintaining hardwood floors. You should sweep or vacuum the floors regularly to remove dirt and debris, and use a hardwood floor cleaner to clean up any spills or stains. It’s also important to avoid exposing the floors to excess moisture, as this can cause warping and other damage.
How long do hardwood floors typically last?
With proper care and maintenance, hardwood floors can last for decades or even centuries. However, the lifespan of your hardwood floors will depend on a number of factors, including the quality of the wood, the installation method, and how well you maintain the floors over time.
Can hardwood floors be installed over concrete?
Yes, hardwood floors can be installed over a concrete slab using a variety of methods, including glue-down, nail-down, and floating installations. However, it’s important to ensure that the concrete is level and free of moisture before installing hardwood flooring.
How long does it take to install hardwood floors?
The length of time it takes to install hardwood floors will depend on a number of factors, including the size of the area being covered, the type of installation method used, and the complexity of the job. In general, it can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks to install hardwood floors.