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"I do highly recommend him for any flooring job, not only is he efficient, clean, and an excellent installer he was always on the job when he said he would be, this alone is rarely seen these days."
- Joe Smith -


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Testimonials

"I do highly recommend him for any flooring job, not only is he efficient, clean, and an excellent installer he was always on the job when he said he would be, this alone is rarely seen these days."

- Joe Smith -

"Our floors look beautiful! I appreciate your fitting me into your busy schedule. I would like a few of your business cards for friends who saw the floors once they were finished and they loved them. Will be in touch with you in the Spring about floors upstairs."

- Jill Fern -

"I would like to thank you and your crew for your exzcellent work and the professional service while finishing our floors. I will be recommending you to some of our friens."

- Tom Sanders -

"This letter is to thank you for the beautiful wood floor you installed in my home. Your installation was impeccable, and the wood floor looks incredible!

Your work is fabulous! I would recommend you to anyone!

Thank you for making my home beautiful!"

- Kim Chesters -

 

 

Flooring News...

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.

Engineered
Hardwood Floors

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.