Perform necessary tear-out and subfloor preparation
Install your new flooring
Add finishing touches, such as transition strips and/or perimeter trim
Clean up all debris and ensure final product meets our standards
Wood is the hard fibrous material that forms from the main substance of the trunk or branches and beneath the bark of a tree. A wood floor is any flooring product that contains real wood as the top-most, wearable surface of the floor.
Wood flooring may be broken into three categories:
- Hardwood: Solid wood flooring is a solid piece of wood from top to bottom.
- Engineered wood flooring: real wood from top to bottom. Normally made using multiple wood veneers or slats of wood glued together at opposing directions.
- Composite engineered wood flooring: contains real wood on the wearable surface only. The backing and core material may be made up of any type of composite material.
benefits of wood flooring
- Enhance the look of your home – an easy way to make a great first impression!
- Easy to clean with minimal maintenance – use a dust mop or microfiber sweeper for quick cleaning. For deeper cleaning, use hardwood safe cleaners with a rag or sponge mop, being careful not to put too much water on the floor.
- Adds value to your home – if the time ever comes for you to sell your home, buyers will pay more for hardwood than they would for carpet.
- Better air quality – unlike carpet, hardwood does not trap dust and debris in the fiber. Wood floors are often a must for allergy sufferers.
- Can be refinished – Solid hardwood floors can be sanded down to the raw wood, stained a new color, and refinished, giving your home that fresh new look without having to fully replace the floors.
is wood flooring the right choice for me?
- Wood flooring should not be installed in any locations that may get wet or have frequent spills, do not have climate control, or in high trafficked areas of a home.
- Wood flooring adds a warmth and elegance unparalleled by any other type of flooring.
- Wood flooring offers greater sound absorption than tile or stone.
- Wood flooring is a great choice for those that suffer from allergies.
- For homes that have pets and children, wood flooring is not recommended.