Posts Tagged ‘san jose’

Bay Area Hardwood Flooring Specials

Bay Area Hardwood Flooring specials. Save $125 when you sand and finish 500-800 sq ft. Save $250 when you sand and finish 800 sq ft or more. Offer ends 12/31. Read the rest of this entry »

6 Exciting Benefits of Engineered Wood Floors

Why there is so much hype online about Bay Area engineered wood flooring? What do these floors have that standard hardwood floors lack? Here are 6 benefits. Read the rest of this entry »

Cleaning and Transforming Your Hardwood Floors

Your Bay Area hardwood floors have become grimy or damaged. Here's a thumbnail guide to help you with hardwood floor restoration and repair. Read the rest of this entry »

Hardwood Flooring with Reclaimed Materials

Whether you're renovating a San Francisco rental or laying down hardwood floors and carpeting in your new Bay Area loft, you'd ideally like to use reclaimed materials not only to prove your “green cred” but also to enhance the aesthetics of your place. Read the rest of this entry »

How “Dust-Free” is Dust-Free Refinishing, Anyway?

We searched long and hard to find the most powerful, cutting-edge dust containment system, and we're convinced that the "Atomic Trailer” system is best of breed. This extraction system succeeds at eliminating 99% of dust created during the sanding process. Read the rest of this entry »

Maple Wood Floors, or Something Else?

Are you doing a remodeling job in your kitchen or rec room? Are you “souping up” a Bay Area condominium to prepare it for eager buyers? Are you redoing your home now that the kids have “left the nest” – and you want to replace those gnarled, natty rugs in their rooms with beautiful, simple, austere hardwood floors? Read the rest of this entry »

When to Use Elegant Floors’ Dust-Free Refinishing Process

Whether you are sprucing up a new home by the Bay that you just closed on; or you want to clean up the much-abused floors since your child left for college, consider taking advantage of Elegant Floors’ Dust Free Refinishing Program. Read the rest of this entry »