Hardwood floor installation involves preparing the subfloor, measuring and cutting the wood planks to fit the space, and securing them in place using various techniques such as nailing or gluing. Proper installation is important for ensuring a long-lasting and beautiful hardwood floor.
Refinishing a hardwood floor involves either re-sanding an existing floor or sanding a newly installed floor to create a smooth and uniform finish. Re-sanding removes the old finish and stain. While sanding a new floor prepares it for staining/finishing by smoothing out the surface and removing imperfections.
Installing hardwood on staircases or replacing the treads and risers of an existing staircase with new hardwood can create a cohesive look throughout the home and add value to the property. It involves measuring and cutting the hardwood to fit the stairs, securing them in place, and finishing the surface to match the surrounding flooring.
Hardwood floor repairs are crucial for maintaining your floor’s beauty and value. From small scratches to water damage, repairs can restore your floor’s original condition. A skilled flooring contractor can help enhance the appearance of your space with the right materials and techniques, so you can enjoy a beautiful and durable flooring option for years to come.