Flooring Installation/ Hardwood flooring

Cherry

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Has a timeless elegance. Cherry wood is moderately heavy, hard, and strong.  Cherry finishes beautifully. The heartwood in Cherry is red in color, and the sapwood is light pink. 

Walnut

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Walnut Hardwood is durable and attractive. The sapwood is creamy white, while the heartwood is light brown to dark chocolate brown, occasionally with a purplish cast and darker streaks. 

Oak

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White Oak, an American hardwood, ranges in color from a very light color to a light to dark brown heartwood. 

Hard Maple

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Hard Maple is considered our stain grade Maple, because it is more consistent in color than its “cousin,” Soft Maple. The wood is characterized as dense, and light in color. 

Hickory

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If you are looking for strength, hardness, and durability; Hickory is the best commercially available wood in North America. The grain is normally straight, but can sometimes be irregular or wavy. Hickory has a coarse texture, with a great deal of color variation between reddish brown, lighter brown, and white. Color variation may have a striped appearance.

Ash

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Ash hardwood flooring is almost as hard as white oak, giving you a durable flooring. Quarter sawn ash flooring gives an unusual look not found in other styles of wood flooring. This is one reason why it has become the option for a lot of people who is looking for something that is quite different from all the various flooring options available today. Ash flooring is a beautiful choice for your home and office.

Types of Hardwood

Douglas Fir

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Douglas Fir, also known as the Oregon Pine, is a light rosy colored wood that reddens overtime. It is a tight knotted and close-grained wood that has a high degree of stiffness as well. 

Birch

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The heartwood of Birch is red in color. While it is softer than Red Oak, it does actually have a tighter grain, which makes it very easy to finish. Red Birch is similar to Cherry in its appearance, as well as in its density and its resistance to abrasion. 

Pine

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Heart pine is literally the wood that built America. One of our most popular woods, Heart Pine is sought after for its rich gold, orange-red and pumpkin tones derived from the heart of the southern yellow pine species.   

Mahogany

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Mahogany is characterized as having straight to interlocked grain and a medium coarse texture. The wood varies slightly in color from a light reddish brown to a medium red. 

Teak

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Teak wood flooring ages beautifully and gets richer looking with time. Though teak flooring is a softer wood flooring than a hickory or an oak, its prominent graining streaks give the appearance of motion to rooms in which it is used.

Aldre

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Alder is a member of the birch family, it's moderately light and is slightly soft for a hardwood species

Types of Hardwood

Popular

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The sapwood is creamy white and may be
streaked, and the heartwood varies from pale yellowish-brown to
olive green. The green color in the heartwood will tend to darken on
exposure to light and turn brown. The wood has a medium-to-fine texture and is straight-grained

Tiger Maple

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Tiger Maple has a unique pattern to it, the pattern travels across the grain and can look like stripes, waves or small flames. The curly grain can make tiger maple less stable than straight grained maple. Tiger Wood is a hard durable wood 

Epoxy Flooring/ Types/ Installation

Self Leveling Epoxy Coatings for Floors

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 Good for kitchens, dining rooms, storage places, garages, warehouses, office buildings, and more. 

Self Dispersing Epoxy Coatings for Floors

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 Good for areas that receive frequent forklift or heavy truck traffic, and for locations that have liquid present. It has very good mechanical strength. This durable epoxy coating is self dispersing epoxy with quartz sand. Commonly used in food processing industries or other locations where liquids are present because it has good anti-slip characteristics, restaurants and other locations were liquids are used.

Mortar Epoxy Coatings for Floors

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The strongest type of epoxy.

Graveled Epoxy Coatings for Floors

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This is decorative, good for brand-marks and logos. 

Epoxy Terrazzo Floor Coatings

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Used for hallways and entrances of commercial buildings, schools, and office buildings.  This type is decorative and easy to clean.

Epoxy Anti-static Floor Coatings

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Good for laboratories , hospitals, manufacturing plants, etc.

Epoxy Flooring

Vapor Barrier Epoxy Coatings

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This type is used over concrete.

Epoxy Flaked Floor Coatings

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This is for style and decoration.

Tile Installation

Glazed

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Unglazed

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Porcelain

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Travertine

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Marble

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Click and Lock Installation

Click and Lock

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