Hardwood Floor Installation
PROFESSIONAL HARDWOOD FLOOR INSTALLATION SERVICES
Our hardwood floor installation teams specialize in all types of wood flooring, from unfinished to prefinished, solid to engineered, and everything that falls in between. Whether the project calls for nailed, glued, or floating plank installations, we ensure a perfect fit with no gaps, cupping, crowning, or lifting. Ask us about our intricate design work, including borders, medallions, and specialty patterns like parquet and herringbone.
A new hardwood floor installation has many benefits. Revitalize your home with a new, stylish look, or simplify your cleaning routine when you compare easy to manage wood flooring to carpet that collect dirt and stains. When installed correctly, hardwood floors can even increase the value of your home. There are so many benefits when you add new, professionally-installed hardwood flooring to your home.
THE FINEST QUALITY – FROM PRODUCT SUPPLY TO INSTALLATION
Your hardwood flooring installation will always be as important to us as the products themselves. We prioritize providing the highest quality flooring followed by a fast and professional installation. Most importantly, we realize your needs matters most to us for any service. From sales to installation, we want to ensure complete satisfaction with your new hardwood flooring.
PREFINISHED AND UNFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORING INSTALLATIONS
Did you know that prefinished hardwood flooring is the ideal choice for those who want flooring installed quickly? But, if your home has natural wood features that you wish to match perfectly, unfinished hardwood could be the best option. It’s important to note the installation differences between prefinished and unfinished hardwood flooring before selecting your hardwood.
Prefinished Flooring Installations
Unfinished Flooring Installations
Prefinished flooring already comes with it’s final stains and coating straight from the factory. This flooring often has the fastest turnaround time from installation to use.
Prefinished hardwood flooring is less expensive to install because it requires less labor during installation. Another benefit to keep in mind is this flooring type has a more durable finish that can’t be achieved on floors finished on the job site.
Unfinished flooring is raw planks of wood that don’t have a stain or finish yet. This makes it the best option when you need to match stains or color to your cabinetry and furniture.
After installation, unfinished flooring will require a finishing team to come in to sand, stain, and apply a protective coating. However, since it is finished after installation, this type of installation often looks much better than prefinished flooring.
Learn More About Prefinished vs. Site-Finished Hardwood Flooring
We’ve forged a solid reputation with Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania homeowners by offering competitive pricing and skilled installation services. Thus, when we take on the job, you can be confident that we’ll bring your vision to life.