What We Do
- Site Finished
Pre-finished Hardwood Floors
Pre-finished hardwood floors are a great option if you want to avoid having floors sanded, stained, and sealed inside your home or business. A relatively new concept in the history of hardwood floors, pre-finished hardwood floors are stained and finished in a factory, and we professionally install them for you. The wood pieces are typically ¾” thick, made from the solid wood of your choice.
Pre-finished floors are typically made out of 3/4″ thick solid wood or an engineered product that has a top layer of real wood that can be sanded and refinished 3-4 times if needed. Both products are typically finished with aluminum oxide polyurethane finishes that in residential settings are guaranteed not to wear through for a lifetime. These floors have a lifetime structural warranty as well.
Site Finished Flooring
At A+ Hardwood Floors, we can install just about any type of custom hardwood flooring, including:
- wood flooring with decorative patterns, including borders and inlays
- distressed / reclaimed wood flooring, including barn wood, rustic wood, and antique wood
- exotic wood flooring, including bamboo and teak.
- stairs, handrails, ballisters, trim, inlays
- Screen and Recoat
We can make old, deteriorated, worn hardwood floors like new again in a matter of a few days. We can also completely change the color of your floors. You get to select the final color to suit your taste, on your existing floors. We use the best commercially rated finishes that with proper maintenance will last a lifetime.
We can repair almost every type of floor damage. From water damage to pet stains, burns or replacing the entire floor.
Screen and Recoat
A screen and coat is okay for floors that have been sanded or coated within the last five years.
If your floor needs even a minor sanding then a screen and coat is not for you.
A screen and coat will not take out paint splatter or deep scratches; it is simply a coat of finish.
It will give you a brand new sheen level over all coated areas and add a protective layer.
The coat may peel if wax products or Murphy’s Oil Soap were used on the floor. We are not responsible for coats that peel. However, this is rare.