Spring Hardwood Floor
Spring Hardwood Floor has been helping families and businesses recover quickly from virtually every kind of property damage and restore normal wear and tear of all types of hardwood, vinyl, and floor tile.
We currently service all 5 boros of New York City , Nassau and Suffolk Counties. We pride ourselves in our high quality offered at the most reasonable prices on the market. We offer outstanding references, both commercial and residential.
All of our associates have a thorough background check and drug screening prior to their being hired. We are proud of having a drug-free workplace.
Our emphasis is always on complete satisfaction for all parties concerned, for it is the cornerstone of our success.
Restoration Specialists will:
Assess the damage or restoration needs and tailor the job accordingly
Provide a cost estimate and time projection to finish the job and stick to the time frame
Implement specific restoration procedures
We take pride in our work - from initial contact to completion of the work.
All work is carried out by fully experience directly employed craftsman.
We are fully insured.
Your business is important to Spring Hardwood Floor, therefore you are not treated like another 'job' we promise to give you every bit of personal attention and specialization required to fulfill your particular needs.
Solid Hardwood Floors
The traditional wood flooring, solid hardwood floors are made of wood through and through. Typically 3/4-inch thick, it provides excellent insulation and adds substantial strength to your home's structure. Solid wood floors come pre-finished and unfinished, in a wide variety of traditional and exotic species.
Composed of three to five layers of wood glued together using cross-grain lamination, engineered wood flooring is more resistant to expansion and contraction due to temperature changes and moisture. Thinner and more dimensionally stable, engineered wood floors are also more dent-resistant and ideal for high traffic areas. It can be installed over concrete subfloors, and above, below, or on-grade.