Our services includes:

Ceramic Tile Flooring

Pros: Ceramic tile flooring comes in an enormous array of colors and styles — it’s a designer’s favorite medium. Glazed ceramic tile flooring is durable, impervious to moisture and resists stains and scratches.
Cons: The hardness of ceramic tile underfoot isn’t to everyone’s liking. Grout lines require constant maintenance.
Best for: kitchens, bathrooms, sunrooms

Vinyl Flooring

Pros: Tough vinyl flooring is impervious to water and its resilient construction feels good underfoot. It’s relatively inexpensive. Vinyl plank flooring can mimic real wood and tile.
Cons: Vinyl can’t quite shake that synthetic look. Vinyl flooring manufacturing is not ecofriendly.
Best for: kitchens; bathrooms; living room; dinning room; laundry room; hallways.

Hardwood Flooring

Pros: It’s beautiful, warm, long-lasting flooring goes with any décor. Solid wood flooring can be refinished multiple times.
Cons: Hardwood flooring is susceptible to moisture — it’s not for bathrooms, laundry rooms and basements. It requires constant maintenance to retain its looks.
Best for: main living areas; hallways; kitchens; rooms

Laminate Flooring

Pros: Sturdy laminate construction resists warping; tough plastic wear layer shrugs off scuffs and scratches; can mimic almost any other type of flooring (wood, ceramic tile); can be installed over some existing floorings; installation is DIY-friendly.
Cons: Super-hard surface feels artificial; can be slippery when wet; can’t be refinished.
Best for: living areas; kitchens; rooms; hallways.

Carpet Flooring

Pros: Carpeting is soft on your feet and pleasant to walk on (especially in bare feet!). It’s warm to the touch and visually warms the look of a room as well. Carpet comes in a variety of textures and styles to add interest to your room’s overall style.
Cons: Carpet can stain if you spill something on it, although stain resistance varies by material. You can also buy carpet treated to resist staining. Carpet tends to show a wear pattern more than hard surfaces do.

Bamboo Flooring

Pros: Bamboo floors are a snap to clean. For light bamboo cleaning, all you’ll need is a soft-bristled broom and a dustpan. Bamboo is a renewable resource. After planting, this thick grass takes 3-10 years to mature into usable flooring material. 
Cons: Bamboo floors are prone to scratches. Unlike the grass found in your front-yard, bamboo does not thrive when watered. In fact, too much water can leave unsightly spots and even cause your flooring to warp. 

Refinishing and floor removing

To get the best results from a new finish, it is important to hire a professional restoration service that has handled projects like yours. We have helped countless homes and businesses to return their hardwood floors back to their original condition, restoring life and beauty to the wood and the building. As experienced and licensed contractors, our team can work safely and efficiently to guarantee lasting results on modern and antique flooring installations.

While there may be a great deal of information on home-improvement TV shows and websites, there’s no substitute for professional refinishing. Our contractors aim to make your floor not only functional but also attractive and stylish. This requires an understanding of the different materials and methods for refinishing. That knowledge allows the professional to customize your project so the final outcome will beat your expectations.