Hardwood Floor Installation

Tongue and Groove Installation (OUR RECOMMENDED CHOICE)- Solid hardwood floor planks are made with a tongue and groove edge locking method which makes it easy to join the planks together. This material can be refinished several times throughout the duration of its life time. Available in many different species of wood. Solid tongue and groove is 3/4 inch thick and comes in 2 1/4 inch, 3 1/4 inch, 4 inches, 5 inch, or 6-inch width. (most popular is 2 1/4 inches)

Laminate hardwood installation

Laminate hardwood is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. The inner core is usually composed of melamine resin and fiberboard.

Prefinished hardwood installation

Prefinished hardwood is also called “factory finished flooring”. The stain and finish are applied during manufacturing. Prefinished flooring is ready to be installed when arrived at your home or job site.

Dust Contained Sanding and Refinishing

The process of Sanding your new installed hardwood or the refinishing of your existing hardwood areas. Dust Contained sanding will not eliminate but will reduce the airborne dust.

Screen and coats

Buffing the top layer (finish) for a fresh look to remove finish scratches and dull areas. This process does not change the color of your floor or remove any dents or scratches in your hardwood.

DuraSeal stain options

We can apply samples of colors directly on the raw wood floor before the final step of the sanding process for a better perspective of different lighting in your hardwood area to help you decide on which color to go with.

Finish options

Final coat of your floor. Oil-based polyurethane or water-based polyurethane.

Lace in

Adding new hardwood to existing wood areas.


Dents, dings or water damage areas.

Flush mount heat vents

These are flush with your floor. Surface mount heat registers installed with new or existing hardwood.

New installation and refinished hardwood stairs
Stair nosing

Horizontal protruding edge of a stair

New baseboard installation

Homeowners to supply materials. We charge labor only.

Remove and replace existing baseboard

Baseboard is removed during installation of hardwood and then replaced after the final step of your new floors.

Tear out existing floor

Carpet, tile, and or laminate tear out plus trash removal.

Radius headers

Transition board that completes Hardwood area meeting up with Carpet, linoleum or tile area.