Salt Lake City Hardwood Floor Contractor, Refinishing Hardwood Floors– Hale Enterprise LLC
Why Hardwood over all others?
Hardwood floors are a stunning feature almost anywhere in your home and suitable in almost every room from lounges, hallways, bedrooms, kitchens, conservatories, and studies.
How does hardwood compare to other flooring materials?
Other floor covering materials simply can't compare to the natural beauty of hardwood flooring. Hardwood floors outperform and outlast almost any other floor covering material. And hardwood floors are just as easy to care for as any other floor.
Are hardwood floors expensive?
Hardwood floors are much like other flooring materials in that there are many different price points. There are inexpensive hardwood floors and there are more costly hardwood floors. But...when you compare the life cycle of hardwood floors versus other floor covering material, then you realize just how inexpensive hardwood floors really are. Most hardwood floors will last a lifetime while the average lifespan of carpet is 7-9 years. So you could replace carpet 3 or 4 times in a 30-year period, while simply maintaining one hardwood floor.
What's the best finish for a hardwood floor?
We use a variety of floor finishes for floors. You can trust that Hale's Floor Service will apply the highest quality finish. The question is what is the look that you are looking for. Penetrating Oil, Oil Modified Polyurethane Finishes, Water Based Urethane Finishes, Epoxy Finishes, Custom Staining, Bleaching.
Are hardwood floors easy to care for?
Yes. In fact, hardwood floors are just as easy to care for as any other floor covering material. Normal care such as sweeping or vacuuming to remove dirt and soil is generally all that is required. For specific care instructions, please refer to Care and Maintenance.
Where can hardwood floors be installed?
Hardwood floors can be installed almost anywhere in the home. Solid products can be installed on or above the outside soil line while engineered products can be installed on, above, or below grade, including basements. The only place Hale Floor Service does not recommend hardwood flooring is in wet areas of the bath.
Can I install hardwood floors myself?
Of course. All it takes is a little planning and a free weekend. Installation can be glued-down, nailed-down, or even stapled-down in some instances.
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