Frequently Asked Questions


How long does it take from start to finish?

This is completely dependent on the scope of the project. A small refinishing job (under 350 sq ft) if done in a natural finish can typically be completed in a couple days. Staining typically adds a day. When we do a site visit and provide a quote we walk you through the entire process...
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What do we need to do to prepare for you to sand our floors?

All the furniture in the areas to be finished will need to be removed. Typically the home owners are responsible for this. However, we are able to recommend a moving service if needed.  Most things can be rearranged to different parts of the home or to the garage. Worst case scenario a...
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Do the baseboards need to be removed?

In most cases they can stay on, we have the most up to date equipment on the market today designed for this purpose. 

What will the end result be?

Beautiful, most people will just think they are brand new floors.

Can you repair damage by water or add to existing floors?

Yes, we specialize in flooring repairs and adding additional wood. After the new wood is woven in and the floors are resanded there is no evidence the repair/addition was made. We are a full service hardwood flooring company and are able to supply and install new site finished wood as...
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Who does the work? Is it you or sub contractors?

We perform the vast majority of the work perfomed. Our skilled craftsmen are the ones on site for nearly all projects,it is rare that we use subcontractors.

Is it expensive to have our floors redone?

We are very reasonable priced and most people a reasonable surprised and the cost. However it is something that varies from job to job. There is no set price, there is just too many variables involved. This is why we offer free estimates.

Is it worth refinishing our existing floor or should we just bought new?

Typically refinishing an existing floor is a third of the cost of a new floor. So your existing floor has a lot of value. Most floors we refinish today that are roughly 15 years old, were about ½ the price they are today. They are one of the only things in your home that are increasing in...
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