Hardwood flooring can transform a room and the timeless addition is a great way to add value to your home. Wood is definitely not a new trend and has been a popular flooring option for hundreds of years. Wood flooring is durable, beautiful and a great value. Hardwood flooring has endless possibilities and looks with the combination of species, stains and finishes you can choose from.
When choosing a hardwood flooring installer you will want to choose a company that uses the NWFA policies and guidelines. The NWFA is designed to protect both tradesman and homeowners. We train our employees for both installation and refinishing and have countless years of combined experience. We have a long list of happy customers to attest to our training and processes. We want our customers to feel safe in trusting their hardwood project to us. We know the protocols we use take more effort but provide a better overall finish and quality.
Installation is very important for the longevity of your hardwood. Using the right nails, nailing schedules and other installation products and equipment help to create an ideal installation. With a quality installation and the right maintenance and care your floor can lost over 100 years. We cannot control how your floor will be treated by pets or children we can help control movement or gapping in your floor. We hope to make your floor worry free and a wonderful addition to your home.
- Follow the NWFA guidelines
- Clean up the jobsite each day
- Proper borders added to the hearth and fireplace
- Best wood mill products
- Tight installation
- Glue used when needed
What to Expect From Ridgeline
- Careful to minimize saw dust and sanding dust
- Happy to answer questions and concerns
- Always adheres to NWFA standards
Domestic Vs Exotic
The two main types of hardwood flooring are domestic and exotic. Depending on where your life and the climate you may be limited to specific species of woods in your home. Domestic hardwood are generally the safer choice because they are more stable but there are other options. The best way to narrow down what species will work for your home and your lifestyle is to meet with an estimator.