Frequent Asked Questions

We encounter these questions frequently in our daily interactions. It's natural to seek clarity when deciding on a service or product, and we completely understand that. If you have any uncertainties or need further information about our offerings, please don't hesitate. Reach out to us. Our team is always available and eager to assist, ensuring you have all the answers you need.

Bacteria, dust and dirt do not implant themselves in wood flooring, as they do in other flooring options.Wood floors promote a healthy indoor environment by simply maintaining regular maintenance—for instance vacuuming,sweeping, or even dust mopping it will keep you wood floors dust-free.

Pre-finished hardwood floors offer the advantage of convenience to the home owner. Installation takes less time because there’s no surface preparation, sanding, and finishing because they come ready from factory. Installation is the only thing that needs to be done. After that, your floors then will be ready to be walked on!

Hardwood floors increase the value of your property and it’s also a great long- term investment that will last you forever giving you endless decisions when it comes to changing the color. Solid hardwood may cost a little more but it can be refinished so you’ll have brand new floors time after time.

Yes, certanly! Hardwood floors are non-toxic primarily because they are a natural product made from trees without the addition of harmful chemicals or adhesives. Unlike some synthetic flooring options, hardwood doesn’t emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or harbor allergens. As a result, hardwood offers a cleaner, healthier indoor environment.

At the end of its lifespan, wood flooring can be repurposed in various ways, maximizing its utility and reducing waste. Old wood planks can be transformed into furniture or wall paneling, reclaimed for new construction projects, or recycled into engineered wood products. Creative upcycling can turn old flooring into decorative items, while some wood can be chipped for mulch or biomass energy production. Donating usable sections is also an option. However, it’s crucial to check for harmful chemicals or finishes before repurposing or recycling to ensure safety and environmental protection.

Water-based finishes appear clear and will resist turning yellow over time and are very durable. Oil-based finishes appear amber in color and are very durable as well.

Standing water can dull the finish so don’t wet-mop a wood floor, it will damage the wood and leave a discoloring residue.