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Wood4Floors Wood is biodegradable, recyclable and great carbon-sink as well as the least energy intensive flooring material. Wood floors are some of the most popular flooring preferences of homeowners. No matter which type of hardwood floor you decide to choose you will still get the benefit of added value to your home and the warmth feel it creates. Wood flooring is the most beautiful, economical, environmentally friendly and easy to care for material.

It's simple to keep clean and care for and it won't trap dust or contribute to indoor air quality problems. We will schedule a free consultation to meet with you to help you decide which is right for you based on your needs.

Today, manufacturers offer solid hardwood floors in a variety of widths, thicknesses, finishes and wood species. The most common North American hardwood species used for solid wood flooring are red oak, white oak, ash and maple, but you can also get solid hardwood flooring in many exotic wood species, such as Brazilion cherry, tiger wood, Australian

Laminate flooring used to look like a cheap, plastic imitation of real hardwood flooring. Times have changed though with the technological advances of laminate flooring in the past decade, laminate flooring is now looking better (and more realistic) than ever. Now, you can have a beautiful, durable and affordable new floor in just a snap!

Refinishing a hardwood floor is the most intensive since it completely removes the existing layer of finish before a new layer is added. Refinishing a hardwood floor can be used to repair moderate to severe scratches (where the actual wood has been damaged) or when you want to change the color of your hardwood floor with a different stain. Using sanding

Water damage can be disastrous for even the best quality hardwood flooring. If water is left to get into the boards it can cause warping, distortion and changes to the size and shape of your floorboards. In extreme cases the damage makes its way deep into the concrete, causing lasting problems like damp and mould. Sometimes you may not see the damage

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