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Frequently asked questions

Hardwood is extremely durable, and with minimal care will far outlast most floor covering.
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    How long refinishing a Hardwood floor takes?
    That depends on the size of the project. Normally sanding & finishing is a three day process, but allow four in case the finish isn't dry from one day to the next, depending upon weather conditions.
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    What is Laminate Wood and engineered flooring and can they be refinished?
    Laminate wood flooring is basically plywood with a veneer wood on the top layer. Engineered flooring is basically vinyl attached to an underlayment. Despite what anyone tells you, these types of flooring cannot be refinished. There isn't enough, if any, wood to sand but if you must choose between Laminate and engineered, the life expectancy of an engineered floor is longer.
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    What about putting Hardwood in my kitchen?
    Kitchens are the focal point in many homes and Hardwood will warm your kitchen, making all your guests feel right at home. By taking such precautions as cleaning spills as they occur, keeping scatter rugs in high traffic areas such as in front of your sink, refrigerator, etc. Felt cushions on chair legs, and using proper cleaning procedures, your floor should maintain its beauty for years to come.
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    Can I put Hardwood in my bathroom?
    Hardwood is installed in 1/2 baths in many instances. If you have a tub or a shower, careful consideration should be given. Water and Wood do not mix!
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    What kind of hardwoods can I place on a concrete sub floor?
    If moisture conditions are acceptable, two of the most widely used applications would be engineered hardwood floors glued direct with the proper adhesives, and floating engineered flooring types. The latter typically glued by tongue and groove and floated over a foam cushioned underlayment. Floating floors are also available in the click together style that require no gluing.
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    Can I stay in my home during the floor sanding process?
    Yes, however access to the floors will be restricted because of the need for a certain amount of drying time each day.
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    Can I place Solid Hardwood on a concrete sub floor?
    Traditional 3/4" solid hardwoods on concrete can be accomplished with the addition of a plywood sub floor, used as a nailing base over the concrete. However, this raises problems with door entries and other items. Overall vertical height of the new floor will increase by 1 1/2 inches. Unfinished engineered Hardwood floors eliminate vertical height issues and can be stained or finished to any desires.
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    Prefinished versus Unfinished Hardwood floor?
    Installing a prefinished hardwood floor (also called factory finished) versus installing an unfinished (also called job-site finished) hardwood floor. A prefinished wood floor floor can be installed in a day. An unfinished hardwood flooring installation may require up to four days, depending upon size of the space. READ MORE.....
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