Repair, Sand, Finish Red Oak Floors – Lakeshore, Jacksonville, FL

A client called on Dan’s Floor Store 904.887.8303 to restore the old clear grade solid Red Oak floors in a home on the Westside of Jacksonville, Florida. We often find vintage Red Oak flooring in homes like this one, which was built in the 1950s.

We began with the repairs. Some of the subfloor had to be replaced. And some joists needed strengthening by adding 2″ by 4″ boards for support. The old Red Oak floor required several weave-in repairs. One area of the flooring required a 15 plank weave-in repair.

The rest of the original Red Oak flooring was in decent condition.

It took some vigorous sanding to remove the old, tough polyurethane finish.

Then we restored this Red Oak flooring to its original beauty with one coat of clear Pallmann sealer, followed by two coats of Pallmann gold semi gloss. We had restored the original beauty in light natural tones of these Red Oak floors with the waterborne Pallmann finish.

Needless to say, our client was thrilled with the outcome of our vintage solid Red Oak flooring restoration work. And Dan’s Floor Store always likes to have happy clients!

Dan’s Floor Store sands, stains (and can match stain) and finishes wood floors, repairs and refinishes existing wood flooring and staircases, and installs new wood floors (engineered wood, solid wood, or laminate) as well as Luxury Vinyl Plank for residential and commercial clients. Our work improves the looks of the floor and value of the property. Give us a call 904.887.8303 to make an appointment for a free consultation and estimate.

If your next improvement project involves tile or stone work, don’t forget that we professionally install those materials too.

Get the quality and the look you want, with friendly service and reasonable prices.

  • Visit our Ponte Vedra, Florida showroom.
  • Call Dan directly at (904) 887-8303.
  • Call the store at (904) 825-2311 to speak with our salesman or to make an appointment for a Free in-home consultation and estimate.
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