Refinishing your dingy, worn out hardwood floors will transform them into gleaming, beautiful surfaces that will elicit compliments for years to come. It is a less expensive alternative to replacing them, and they will still look brand new! Refinishing your floor can give your home a whole new look and feel depending on the color and finish you choose, and it will hold up for a long time. A clean hardwood floor that is well taken care of will add value to your home, so refinishing is a good idea if you are looking to sell. No matter what your reason for redoing your floors, we are happy to help you in the refinishing process.

Solid Hardwood Framing
Solid hardwood is milled from solid lumber and works well in almost any room. This type of wood flooring can be sanded and refinished numerous times to maintain its natural beauty.

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Engineering Hardwood Framing
Engineered hardwood flooring combines a thin-but-tough real hardwood surface with underlying multiple layers of plywood or fireboard. Its laminated layers make it remarkably strong and more resistant to moisture. As a result, it can be used in below, on, or above grade locations, basements.

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Species of Wood Flooring
The species of wood you choose will depend largely on the style of your room and personal preference. Oak, hard maple and birch are common in most homes, but all wood species are suitable for everyday use. Ultimately, you should try to choose your wood flooring by its look and appearance.

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Parquet and Cork Flooring
Engineered hardwood flooring combines a thin-but-tough real hardwood surface with underlying multiple layers of plywood or fireboard. Its laminated layers make it remarkably strong and more resistant to moisture. As a result, it can be used in below, on, or above grade locations, basements.

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