Our team recently refinished hardwood floors at the W Hotel in Dallas. The owner of the condo has a previous tenant who scratched the floors in certain areas.
Our team recently installed some new Armstrong engineered hardwood flooring for a customer. As you can see below, they turned out great!
Our team recently installed new red oak hardwood flooring in a house that was being remodeled before it went on the market. Hardwood floors can really make the difference! You can view some of the interior pictures below:
Our team recently screened some mesquite hardwood floors. The floors had a lot of wear and tear as you can see from the picture, but we were able to get them back to looking new.
Our team at Hardwood Floors Fort Worth just finished installing a new hand scrapped Red Oak hardwood floor in a house on Eagle Mountain Lake.
The floors look great. Another happy client!
Recently the our team has been repairing a lot of water damaged hardwood floors around the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The hardwoods normally start cupping and warping depending on how bad the water damage is on the floors.
Our team recently removed carpet and installed 3 1/4 Red Oak hardwood flooring into a beautiful home. The carpet was removed due to one of the family members having an allergy to the allergens that collect in carpet. Once the hardwoods were installed, our team did a nice stain and hand scrap on the new floors for the final touches. Continue reading “Hand Scraped Hardwood Floor Installation”
We took this clients floors from dark to light by removing the existing hardwoods and installing new engineered hardwood flooring. The floors really turned out great and gave the house a new feel.
If you have shopped for hardwood floors, you have probably debated the pros and cons of pre-finished hardwood floors vs. site finished hardwood floors. It’s a legitimate debate. Both types of hardwood floors have merit so the real question is which solution is better for your site and which meets your personal preferences. Continue reading “Pros And Cons: Prefinished vs. Site Finished Hardwood”
In Dallas – Fort Worth and the surrounding areas, a popular trend is for homeowners and businesses with new or recently refinished hardwood floors and stairs to paint the stair risers. Many homeowners feel this is a painless expense and a practical improvement with benefits.
Distinctive hardwood stairs say a lot about a property’s quality and painted risers can make a lasting impression and actually emphasize the quality and natural beauty of the stairs better than solid hardwood risers. Homeowners and business owners primarily choose to paint risers for aesthetic reasons but regardless of the type of wood used for the stair, the painting process remains the same.
White risers tend to highlight the natural wood stairs but also make the staircase and surrounding walls look more spacious. Whether you choose to paint the risers yourself or opt to hire a contractor, be sure these steps are followed for best results.
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