Tim Gunn Floor Service can install timelessly beautiful hardwood flooring anywhere in your home. Our floors are available in many colors, qualities and styles. They're also very affordable. Do you already have hardwood floors in your home but you want to extend that to other rooms? We can match your existing floors and carry over the hardwood to the rest of your home.
You can use hardwood flooring outside of your home. We also install it in commercial settings like offices and retail stores. Hardwood works great in sporting facilities, too.
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Particles and contaminants from outside don't get stuck to hardwood. It's a lot easier to keep your home clear of allergens like pollen and spores. While carpet fibers often cling to dust, germs and debris, with hardwood floors you don't have that risk.
Hardwood floors can be scraped or scuffed, but they can just as easily be sanded, smoothed and refinished. Your hardwood floors will be easy to maintain and repair should they become damaged.
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When the final planks are laid and it is time to finish the floor, you might be wondering which finishing method is best for the job. While there is no shortage of old (e.g., wax and shellac) and new techniques, in this piece, we'll focus on one of the most popular choices for wood floor finishes: Polyurethane.
Polyurethane is popular because it offers tough protection for floors at a reasonable cost and is resistant to heat, water and many acids. The two types of polyurethane finishes are oil-based and water-based, and they both offer excellent damage protection.
he most notable difference between the two types is simply the appearance of the wood after the final coat. Water-based polyurethane goes on virtually clear and will not alter the appearance of the wood to which it is applied. Oil-based polyurethane, on the other hand, will impart an amber glow to any hardwood floor. Whether you want to preserve the natural color and look of your wood floor might be the main deciding factor when choosing between the two. Below, we break down the other differences between the two finishes.