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Hardwood Installation

Hardwood Installation

Hardwood flooring can really change a room. Hardwood flooring is a truly timeless addition to your home. Wood isn’t a new trend either, it has been a common flooring choice for hundreds of years because it is beautiful, durable and overtime a great value. Hardwood flooring isnt limited to one look either, there are endless combinations of species, stains and finishes you can choose from.

When choosing an installer for your hardwood flooring you will want to choose a company that sticks to the strict policies and guidelines set forth by the NWFA. The NWFA is designed to protect the tradesman and homeowners alike. Our employees are skilled in both installation and finishing of hardwood flooring. Our countless years of combined experience and list of happy clients are one of the many ways we help customers feel safe trusting their hardwood job to us. We over the utmost expertise and craftsmanship in the hardwood flooring industry. We have great installations every time because of our experience and training and want to provide our customers with their forever flooring.

The installation of hardwood is very important to ensuring a forever floor. The proper nails, nailing schedules, glue and other products are what create an ideal installation. With the right installation and care can mean your floor lasts for a century or more. While we cannot control how your floor will be treated by pets or children but we can stop the flooring from moving or gapping excessively. We want your floor to be a worry free part of your home and know how to ensure that it is.


Installation Expectations

  • Follow the NWFA installation guidelines
  • Cleanup at the end of each day
  • Proper borders around fireplaces or hearth
  • Tight installation
  • Best wood mill products only
  • Glue When needed

What to Expect From Our Team

  • Prompt
  • Careful to minimize saw dust and dust in your home
  • Free to answer questions you may have
  • Always follows NWFA standards

Domestic Vs Exotic

There are two main categories for hardwood flooring- domestic and exotic. Depending on where you live and the individual climate you may have different species of wood available to use in your home. Domestic hardwoods are generally a safer choice because they tend to be more stable in your home but there are a lot of different options available. When meeting with an estimator they will be able to discuss what hardwoods species are the best options for your home and lifestyle.

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