Hardwood Refinishing

We begin the refinishing process by sanding the existing floor to the fresh wood below. We then coat the floor with the stain and finish of your choice.



We also offer flooring installation if you are considering starting from scratch. Our expert staff will also install shoe moulding and various other thresholds.


Repairs and other Services

Our service also includes hardwood restoration, flooring repairs, carpet removal, and stairway refinishing. Call us any time for any other requests!

Customer Service

Our main goal is to make your floors as beautiful as they can be while providing excellent customer service along the way. We offer a free, written estimate and our work has a satisfaction guarantee. The success of our business relies solely on the satisfaction of our customers. We strive to beat all of your expectations by offering quality work, excellent staff, and beautiful floors. Call us any time with any questions or to schedule a visit and estimate.

Insurance estimates cost only $30, which will be conveniently applied toward the flooring you choose.

Area Calculator

We've included an area calculator below if you would like to check the area of a room. Simply enter the length and width and calculate. Knowing the area of a room can help us give you a better estimate of your project.

Wood Types

Here are a few of our most common flooring installations. Feel free to contact us if you have another suggestion.

Brazillian Cherry

Red Oak

Yellow Pine

White Oak

Color Selection

We use quality DURASEAL wood floor stains on our floors, as they offer a wide selection and have never let us down. Let us know if you have a different request.


Golden Oak

Early American


Special Walnut

Golden Pecan

Colonial Maple


Red Mahogany

English Chestnut


Classic Gray

Dark Walnut


Weathered Oak




Spice Brown

Coffee Brown

Antique Brown

Medium Brown

Mesquite Brown

Royal Mahogany

Golden Brown


Sedona Red


Gun Stock

Country White


We recommend using Polycare or Bona cleaners on your hardwood floors, or simply use vinegar and water or mild soap.