Solid Wood Floors
Solid wood floors are one solid piece of wood and are generally 3/4″ thick. Solid Hardwood Floors are produced from the finest American and Canadian hardwoods including red & white oak, ash, American cherry, hickory and maple, and are available in several widths. Because solid hardwood floors are more susceptible to moisture than engineered wood floors they should only be installed above grade over approved wooden subfloors and must be nailed-down. Solid wood floors can generally be recoated and refinished several times.
Engineered Wood Floors
These floors are produced by laminating several hardwood plies together to form the planks. Most engineered floors can be glued-down, stapled-down or floated over a variety of subfloors including wood, dry concrete slabs and some types of existing flooring. Engineered hardwood floors have cross-ply construction which reduces the expansion/contraction of planks caused by variations in humidity and allows these floors to be installed anywhere in the home. Engineered Hardwood Floors come in a wide variety of widths, thicknesses and colors in both North American and Exotic hardwoods.
Exotic Wood Species
Today wood flooring is also offered in a variety of hardwood species that are not found in North America. Engineered Hardwood Flooring Collections include some of the finest exotic hardwoods from all over the world. These floors offer many unique and visually striking appearances that are distinctly different from the North American hardwoods.
Sanding and Finishing
Today when people look to buy an older home they want properties that have original hardwood floors. If you are trying to sell your home and it still has its original hardwood floors covered by carpet then you need to take the time to restore the floors. If you make sure the restoration is done by professionals, you can increase the sales price of your home and improve your chances of making a quick sale.
We offer professional hardwood floor retoration, refinishing, resurfacing, restaining and repairs. Refinishing your hardwood floors is an opportunity to make additions, color changes, or long overdue repairs.