We install a variety of hardwoods ranging from some of the most common such as white oak hardwood flooring to more exotic woods like bamboo. Choose from a wide selection of grain, color variations and widths. Choose from prefinished hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood flooring or sand and finished in your home. which includes a full sanding and 3 coats of finish of your preference. We also install all types and sizes of stairs, risers and landings.
Sanding and refinishing your existing hardwood floors enhances and preserves their beauty.
Are your hardwood floors faded, dull, or scratched? Do you wish they were a different color? Before you install new hardwood flooring, you may want to consider refinishing or “restoring” your existing floors. We can restore the shine and luster of your floor and even give it a new appearance while protecting it for years to come.
Hardwood floor repairs of all kinds . Split or cracked wood, gaps in the planks, scratches, buckling, cupping or warped floors, water damage, pet stains as well as sub floor issues.
Full-service stair refinishing services for every part of your staircase to recover it's natural beauty including: machine sanding, hand sanding, hand-scraping, staining, finishing, and more
Staining Hardwood Floors
The trend has been to add hardwood to more and more areas of the home, and we are often getting calls where customers would like to add wood to places where it’s missing such as the kitchen, entryway, family room or 2nd floor…it all varies based on how your home was constructed.
The good news is that it’s usually fairly easy to match your existing hardwood for a harmonious look.
Hardwood Floor Borders
Floor borders and inlays can be used to define a specific area or convert an otherwise common wood floor into an upscale, top-of-the line specialty. Hardwood borders are available in various patterns or a custom pattern of your own design.
A screen and recoat helps restore the luster of a worn out gym surface and ensures its safety and excellent performance. As a rule of thumb, wood sports floors should be recoated annually although more frequent screening and recoating may be required for facilities that are heavily used on a daily basis.