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Hardwood Flooring Services

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Increase the Value of Your Home

Yes, hardwood flooring is generally more expensive than other flooring options out there, but have you ever wondered why? Hardwood floors tend to add value to your home, they are possibly the most attractive option, and they will outlive you if they're taken care of. 


One could argue that hardwood flooring should be looked at as more of an investment than just a design feature. However, don't overlook their beauty and appeal, as they can easily be the focal point of your entire home. Contact Us today

Hardwood Flooring is Ageless

Even years after installation, when it's worn and beat down, hardwood flooring still looks good. The scratches, worn finish, and dents show character, and some owners prefer this look.  It will never go out of style. 


If, however, you want your floors to look new, simply have them sanded down and refinished. They will look like the day they were originally installed. 


Hardwood floors are resilient, they will last for years! There are cases where wood flooring has been found in homes, still intact, after 100 years.


To prolong the life of your hardwood floors, it is recommended that you do a "maintenance coat" every five years or so, which will prevent you from having to do a full sand and refinish as frequently. By doing this, you shouldn't have to refinish your wood floors for at least 20 years.


Hardwood flooring is easy to clean and repair. Using a dust mop every other day can cut down on the build-up of dirt and other harmful substances, which makes monthly cleaning much more effective, not to mention a bit easier.    


It's recommended to mop high-traffic areas as often as once a week. Less trafficked areas can be mopped once every four to six weeks.

Opt for Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is extremely versatile. You can find a floor to go with almost any decorating style. Many consumers have little to no idea how many options are available when considering hardwood flooring. Each species, cut, and style has its unique look and feel. Deciding what to purchase can feel overwhelming, so let us help.


To get started, you must answer three main questions. What species do you want? Do you want solid or engineered? And do you want pre-finished or unfinished?

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