Hardwood is an environmentally friendly and appealing flooring option. It is simple and elegant, yet customizable to your preference and needs. Renowned for combined durability and visual charm, hardwood floor can withstand the test of time. If properly maintained, hardwood floor can last decades. Hardwood floor increases the resale value of your property.




  • Unfinished Hardwood: by your choice of wood species and dimensions, we will install and sand the flooring. There are countless finish options to choose from. This is best if you are need of a specific stain and shine.  In most cases, this option is chosen to cater an existing floor.


  • Prefinished Hardwood: by your choice of available finish, this flooring is finished by the manufacturer. This is also a solid floor in which various dimensions can be chosen. There is no sanding required upon installation.


  • Engineered Hardwood: by your choice of finish and style, this flooring is made up of veneers. Engineered flooring is typically glued and/or clicked in. This type of flooring can be limited to future sanding and refinishing.



Cleaning and maintaining hardwood wood floors increases aesthetics and longevity. Acceptable cleaning techniques include sweeping, vacuuming (soft bristle) and light mopping. Failure to properly clean hardwood can decrease appearance and durability.

Here are a few methods to maintain hardwood floors:

  • Clean hardwood floor with a professional wood floor cleaning product.  Avoid polishers and products with unnecessary chemicals. We recommend Bona® Hardwood Floor Cleaner, the most common hardwood floor cleaner available at many retailers and hardware stores.
  • Remove spills immediately with a soft cloth, followed by a professional wood cleaning product.
  • Furniture moving should be done by a professional. Sliding heavy furniture may dent the wood itself. It is best to pick up objects.
  • Protect the legs of furniture with felt protectors. We recommend Safeglides® Felt Floor Protectors by Glitsa®. These professionally obtained felt protectors eliminate furniture dents and scratches.
  • Place mats at outdoor entrances to minimize moisture and element exposure to wood. If possible, use rugs in high traffic areas.
  • Avoid high heal, cleat or spiked heal traffic. The amount of high pressure exerted on heals easily dents any type of flooring, regardless of engineering.
  • Maintain constant levels of temperature and humidity. This will limit the amount of hardwood flex.



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