Best Hardwood Floors

Services we offer

Bringing over 55 years in combined experience to the table for all your commercial and residential needs. We’re experts in installing many different floor types, from solid pre-finished to unfinished plank, and parquet options.

Salads Collections
Installation
Sweets & Desserts
Refinishing
Chinese Food
Stairs
The Royal Food
Lace-in
Hot & Cold Drinks
Sanding
Salads Collections
Designs
Sweets & Desserts
Deck Refinishing
Chinese Food
Staining
The Royal Food
Vents
Hot & Cold Drinks
More…

Family Owned Since 2001

Doing it right

Dust-Free Zone

Up to 95% of the Process Dust is removed during operations…

Top-Notch Equipment

German-grade equipment worth over $100,000 is used daily…

Water-Based Products

No VOCs, no toxicity, and even better quality than the oil-based…

Demo, Cleaning & Recycling

If needed, we demo, clean, and recycle before we start working…

Blending New & Old Wood

Flawless transition between the old flooring and the new installation…

Screen & Coat

A less expensive option for light wear and tear of the floor…

Custom Homes

When quality is the most important thing, we speak that fluently…

Quality Materials

We only work with quality materials from wood contractors…

Best Hardwood Floors

Overview of some typical processes

Refinishing Process – Unfinished Floors

  • Cover everything in plastic & painter’s tape, top-to-bottom
  • Sanding process – remove the existing finish, a rough-off using a 12-inch belt-sander
  • Refined sanding with a trio machine – for the fine sanding, leveling out after the belt-sander
  • Vacuum the dust
  • Fill the gaps
  • Several rounds of final sanding with a finer grit on all the machines, which results in a smooth, nice, scratch-free floor, even and leveled out – ready for the first coat
  • Vacuum the dust
  • For the water-based finish:
    • We apply the sealer (first coat) – then wait for it to dry out
    • Apply the second coat – let it dry out
    • Buff, vacuum off the dust, and wash the floor
    • Apply the third and final coat of water-based finish
  • For the oil-based finish, we have the multi-coat or Swedish finish

Installation Process – Unfinished Floors

  • Cover everything in plastic & painter’s tape, top-to-bottom
  • Installation process
  • Sanding process – a rough-off using a 12-inch belt-sander
  • Fill the gaps
  • Final sanding with a finer grit which results in a smooth, level, scratch-free floor that is ready for the first coat
  • Refined sanding with a trio machine – fine sanding
  • Vacuum the dust
  • For the water-based 3-coat approach:
    • Apply the sealer (first coat) – then wait for it to cure
    • Apply the second coat – let it cure
    • Screen, vacuum the dust, and wash the floor
    • Apply the third and final coat of water-based finish

Oil based – Same sanding process – First coat -> Buff and second coat

Installation Process – Pre-Finished Floors

  • Remove the previous floor/material (hardwood, carpet, tiles, etc.) if needed, then clean & recycle
  • Prepare subfloor to ensure it is ready for installation
  • Install pre-finished floor (engineered, solid pre-finished, LVT [Luxury Vinyl Tile], LVP [Luxury Vinyl Plank])
  • Click system (this is a dirt-free & dust-free process)

Screen & Coat Process – Engineered Floors

  • Generally speaking, people believe that the only option is to replace engineered hardwood floors when damage occurs. However, this is not always the case. The overall look of the engineered floor can be improved with a screen & coat service.
  • Budget friendly and fast turnover process

Staining Process – Unfinished Floors

  • A finer grit sanding on the hardwood floors is required before applying stain.
  • Necessary to “pop the grain” – making the hardwood floor wood grain open up and better absorb the stain, giving a deeper and richer look that emphasizes the grain of the wood.
  • Staining occurs after the wood is dry followed by a finish application when the stain is done curing. After the first coat is cured, buffing is necessary followed by the final coat of finish.