Choosing Your Wood Floor Stains
The following stains are available and included in the set price for staining of your floors. When scheduling your project, please refer to the specific name and number following it for proper ordering.
**Please note that this is a computer generated reference guide. There are no guarantees the exact outcome of shade to your particular floor. As much as we try to come as close as we can, it is best to test on non-conspicous area first .
The following stains listed in this section are what we call gel and poly stains. These are special order and there are additional costs for these stains as they are particular mixes and exclusive to these shades.
When scheduling your upcoming project, please let customer service know that you want to opt for a non-standard shade so we can inform you of the current pricing at the time order is placed.
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.
Wood flooring is a precision-made product of enduring beauty. The proper finish enhances both grain and color and protects the wood. Poor quality or poorly applied finish allows the wood’s natural beauty to deteriorate and creates an unneeded maintenance problem.