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Renaissance Wood Flooring (808)235-2281 - HAWAII HARDWOOD FLOORING CONTRACTOR

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Hawaii Hardwood Flooring Contractor

Renaissance Wood Flooring

We install, sand, refinish and stain hardwood floors.

Renaissance Wood Flooring Hawaii has been in business for over 20 years and we are Hawaii’s leading wood floor contractors.  There really is no better way to improve your house than to put in some nice new hardwood floors or refinish the ones you already have.  Just think to yourself of how many times you have walked into a friend’s house and said, “Man, your hardwood floors look really nice!”.   Well now you can be the one that everybody is complementing. Just give us a call (808)235-2281 and you will be on your way to a better floor and a better house. HAWAII WOOD FLOOR SANDING VIDEO

Hardwood Flooring

Real hardwood flooring is comprised of wood planks shaved down to uniform or near uniform planks that are then installed directly installed over floor joists. Flooring can be harvested from a variety of tree, such as maple, cherry, oak, walnut and even Hawaiian Koa, offering consumers a great range of wood color, grain and texture. Added to that variety is an almost equally large selection of stain and finish choices, making color and texture options nearly infinite.
Hardwood flooring is the most long-lasting of wood flooring types due to its ability to be refinished multiple times over its lifetime. If scratches from furniture, wear patterns from foot traffic or general wear-and-tear detract from the appearance of a hardwood floor or its finish, the floor can be stripped of its finish by sanding it down to the wood grain. A new stain or floor finish can be then be applied to give the floor an almost brand-new appearance. Real hardwood flooring is the most expensive option in wood flooring choices, due to both the higher cost of materials and installation. Hardwood floor planks are typically screwed or nailed directly to the supporting floor joists, which means repairs to or replacement of a hardwood floor can also be more expensive.

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May 9, 2015

Hard working professionals! Timely and efficient with their work and the final product was outstanding!


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