Hardwood Floor Refinishing and Installation Special

Hardwood Floor Refinishing and Installation Special: Hardwood Floor Special of 10% off Installations, Repairs, Finishing and Refinishing.  Whether you are interested in installing new floors or are refinishing existing floors we can provide you with a free quote and are currently offering a 10% discount on all our services. Whether you are interested in installing a new Solid, Engineered or Laminate floor we can provide you with a wide variety of products that include all domestic and exotic species. Installation options offered include Nail Down, Staple Down, Glue Down and Floating Installations. Existing solid wood and engineered wood floor can also be refinished with a full sanding or if in a condition where the finish has not worn off and no wax or mineral oil refurbishes have been used then a one day screen and coat option is also available. Changing the color of your floors with stain can also give you a new look without the added expense of replacing your wood floors. Colors and styles change with the times and a change in the color of your walls and or floors can give your house an entirely new look and feel without going through a complete renovation or remodel. Other changes that can have a dramatic effect are changing the baseboard or adding crown moulding. A taller baseboard or a stained base look can dramatically change the look and feel of a room or home. Solid wood doors also show the wear after time and can be rejuvenated with either stain touch up or recoating with a fresh finish. Kitchen cabinets show the wear faster than any other wood surfaces. The daily use and contact with water, oil and grease will test even the best finishes. A refresh not the finish of kitchen cabinets not only gives the cabinets a new look but also protects them for years to come.

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Repairs of water damaged floors

Repairs of water damaged floors. This is the time of year that we see water damaged floors from the rains and snow. Plumbing leaks also seem to be the theme this week. We have had to repair 2 floors this week that were damaged from leaking pipes and poorly sealed bathroom caulk joints. The change of seasons will also cause floors to expand and contract as we move from the monsoon season and high levels of humidity to the dryer winter seasons. One of our calls this week was from a client who installed his own floor with a friend and realized a buckle in the middle of the house. Suspecting it was a tight instal of the laminate without the appropriate gaps at the walls for expansion the client removed the baseboard to confirm that it was indeed installed too tight. We came to the house to inspect and confirm this and in the process discovered the leak in the bathroom for the client, evidence of moisture and mold at the baseboard confirmed there was a plumbing leak. From there the baseboard around the water damaged areas are removed along with the damaged laminate boards. After the leak is repaired  the floors are re-installed along with the baseboards.

Advice for anyone who sees buckling in their floors is to check for any signs of a leak or tight fit floors and if one is found dont rule out that the other might exist as well. A tight floor will cause a leak to buckle the floors much quicker. Call a professional to determine the cause if you are not sure and remove the damaged boards as soon as possible to reduce the damage from expanding further as the swellingwill grow as additional boards absorb water. Once the damaged boards are removed, ventilate the area with a fan to speed up the drying process. Once the area is dried then test that the leak has been repaired and then the floors are ready to be put back.