We serve our clients through quality customer service, extensive hardwood flooring experience, and reliable scheduling and project completion.
Our hardwood showroom offers a full-service customer experience complete with room-size samples of domestic and exotic species of hardwood flooring. Showroom associates are highly trained industry experts and are available to assist with all parts of the hardwood flooring installation process.
Please contact us to schedule a hardwood flooring estimate or to speak with our friendly and knowledgeable staff about your hardwood flooring needs.
Maintenance, Floor Care Products and Chair Glides are available at the Showroom.
Protect your floor with prevention. Dirt, grit, and sand are woods biggest enemies, they act like sandpaper on the finish, creating scratches and dulling the shine. Place floor mats or rugs at entrances to catch these particles. Rubber backing on rugs will not harm floors unless they have PVC in them. Rugs which include PVC on the label can cause discoloration of the floor.
To further prevent nicks and scratches, avoid dragging furniture across the floor when moving it, lift it instead. Placing felt contacts or chair glides under the legs of chairs and tables can help to eliminate the problem.
For regular maintenance of wood floors, use a broom with fine, exploded ends to trap dust and grit or dust mop with a 12-to-18-inch cotton head. Do not use a mop treatment when dust mopping. Vacuums with brush attachments may be used, however, do not use a vacuum with a beater bar.
When damp mopping your floor use only water and neutral-pH cleaners made specifically for hardwood floors. We recommend Woodwise Hardwood Floor Cleaner. Never use products that may leave an oil or wax residue as this may cause adhesion problems when maintenance coats of finish are applied.
Mix water and cleaner in a pail first. Never pour water directly onto the wood floor. Dip a soft cloth or rag mop into the mixture, wring thoroughly and apply to the floor. Premixed cleaner in spray bottles can be used for quick touch-ups.
Water and other standing liquids can damage a floor's finish. Standing water can warp a finished floor. Starting at the edge and working toward the center, wipe up spills, and other mishaps when they happen.
Sunlight can cause discoloration over time. Close curtains and blinds or add sheer drapes to protect a hardwood floor from intense UV rays.
Shoes with exposed nails or women’s stiletto heels will dent any hardwood or vinyl floor, chip ceramic tile, and puncture carpet and pad.