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United Hardwood Floors

United Hardwood Floors Custom Hardwood Floor Installation, Repair, Restoration, and Refinishing, Unfinished, Prefinished, Laminate, •Borders •Inlays •Medallions •Custom Design •Custom Staircases •Custom Stains and Water Base/Swedish Finish Available Excellence In Craftsmanship, Quality, And Beauty Give your home the prestige it deserves. Updating, remodeling, or installing, hardwoods increase your homes value for decades to come. There simply is no other flooring material that retains its good looks and value as well as gleaming hardwood does. Your home is as unique as you are. Your furnishings, paint, trim and flooring reflect your taste and personality. From rustic Hand Scraped Birch, to wild Tigerwood, the sizzling Samba, or elegant Mahogany, the wood you choose tells your story—and how much you care about your home. No matter what wood, laminate, or engineered flooring you choose, United Hardwood Floors installs your flooring to your specifications. We look forward to working with you! Professional installation, refinishing, repair, custom and standard staining, old flooring removal…we do it all!!! Call today to find out more! (509)942-4188 (509)430-1118

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    Learn about the costs of various flooring options and the advantages of each.

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      Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood Flooring

      www.floorstoyourhome.com Brian from Floors To Your Home goes over the major differences to consider when deciding between selecting a solid hardwood, or an engineered hardwood, for a particular floor. Clear and thorough.

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        Hardwood Floor Refinishing Middle Georgia

        EVERYTHING, JUST AS YOU SAID!!! Charles, WOW! You really practice what you preach! Everything, just as you said. Thanks for a great service. I still can’t believe you did it all in one day! Thanks again! I will happily recommend Mr. Sandless to my family and friends! – MT THE WORN SPOT IN FRONT OF THE SINK JUST DISAPPEARED!!! Mr Neel, Your grandsons are terrific! I hope mine turn out just like yours! My floors really do look like new. The worn spot in front of the sink just disappeared! I’m floored (pardon the pun)! Thanks for a great experience! I will sing your praises to all my friends! – SL

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          Hardwood Floor Refinishing Central NJ

          YOU GUYS DID AN INCREDIBLE JOB!!! I am still blown away by how great my floors look! You guys did an incredible job, you were very considerate and extremely efficient. I will definitely be calling upon your services again and you’ll be the first name we mention to anyone needing their floors finished. Many, many thanks. -Mr. Bergen VERY PROFESSIONAL!!! I have never had better service from anyone, ever. I was looking to get my hardwood floors in my condo refinished as they were in horrible condition after being a rental property to college students for years. I didn’t think there was any way they could be saved without sanding. I had a quote for the job within hours of calling and the job they did was AMAZING! The workers that completed the job were very professional. I would hire them again in a heartbeat!

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            How to Refinish Hardwood Floors

            Time lapse photography showing what is involved with refinishing wood floors (hardwood flooring). Total time 2 days plus waiting time for drying of top coats. 1. Turn off A/C and furnace. Remove base molding or tape it off. 2. Sand wood floors. Sand paper grit depends on floor integrity. Uneven, poor condition wood floors could require a starting grit of 40, maybe even 20. Whereas, good condition, lightly stained wood floors could start at 60 grit. Then 80 with 120 grit as the final sanding. Sometimes going all the way to 120 grit could cause the new stain to not absorb as well as it should and 100 grit could provide better results. 3. Keep floors clean between sandings. Use a belt sander and palm sander for the edges. If you use a belt sander across the wood grain (perpendicular to the planks) then you’ll have to use a palm sander to remove the scratch marks. Use putty before the last sanding. Cover large areas with putty to ensure complete filling of gaps and cracks. 4. Stain entire sections without pauses to avoid flashing or uneven depth of color. Follow directions for product used. 5. Use a satin or semi-gloss top coat. Apply a minimum of 3 coats, preferably 4 or more. Applying a top coat on a fully cured top coat will cause flaking in the future because the top coat has difficulty adhering onto a smooth surface.

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              Portland Community Cycling center wood floor refinish

              This is a video of the before and after of the nonprofit community cycling center in Portland. Our company refinished the fir flooring and applied a ultra low VOC hardening oil to the floor.

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                ProSand – Brownsburg, IN. | Wood Floor Refinishing | Caring For Wood Floors

                From start to finish the sanding and refinishing of your existing wood floors is a simple process. ProSand Floors has been servicing the greater Indiana for more than 30 years. With normal maintenance of your hardwoods, these floors can last for many years with just simple cleaning and proper maintenance. (317) 220-6944

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                  ProSand – Westfield, IN. | Foor Sanding | Wood Staining | Wood Floor Refinishing

                  This magnificent Australian Cyprus wood floor was completely sanded and custom stained. This versatile floor has several different looks. Not only does it brighten your home but that natural knots really make these hardwoods look authentic and come a live. Image what your home would look like while the sunlight shined through your windows onto these beautiful wood floors.

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                    Refinish hardwood stairs that were carpeted

                    Taking carpet off of hard wood stairs. Refinishing and painting the stairs.

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