Wire-Brushed Oak Hardwood Flooring Install – St. Augustine

If you are thinking about improvements to your home or business involving wood or vinyl flooring or tile work, call Dan’s Floor Store 904.887.8303 for a free consultation and estimate.

That’s what a couple living in southwest St. Augustine, Florida did. They wanted to replace their existing flooring with new wood flooring. They chose engineered, wire-brushed Oak hardwood flooring, 9 3/4″ wide by 5/8″ thick in random lengths by Naturally Aged Flooring – “Santa Cruz” for their new wood floors.

First we removed over 2,700 square feet of their existing flooring. Wood flooring requires a flat surface to minimize damage to the wood and maximize the flooring life. The concrete slab subfloor in this home required a lot of leveling, as you can see in these photos.

With the subfloor leveling completed, we installed the new wire-brushed Oak hardwood flooring. We matched the thresholds/”t” molding to the new wood flooring, and also did some baseboard work and new shoe molding.

This wood flooring project took about two weeks, and the new hardwood floors are really beautiful throughout.  Our clients were very happy with their new wire-brushed Oak hardwood flooring, and Dan’s Floor Store likes to have happy clients.

New wood floors (whether solid wood, engineered wood, or laminate), or refinishing the wood flooring in your home or business office will improve it’s looks and value. Give Dan’s Floor Store 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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