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What’s Hot & Stylish in Hardwood Design

Dark stains are in!
The top picks are ebony and jacobean stain colors. These dark colors give a rich and contemporary look.

Debbie Gartner, - Design writer Larchmont-Mamaroneck Patch

Distressed wide planks
Large planks are growing in popularity with their beauty and fewer seams. Add distressing for a rustic look.

HGTV, - Home Elements | Flooring guide

Grey plank flooring
Grey is modern, sophisticated and elegant. Easy to match with other color palettes.

Style at Home, Grey plank flooring

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Nevada’s dry climate poses unique problems for hardwood floors. Moisture makes wood swell, buckle and warp. Dryness makes wood shrink, causing gaps between planks. Woods that originate in wet climates or that are shipped through wet climates absorb moisture. This makes the installed product likely to shrink and show gaps after installation. Our planks are specially milled to match Nevada’s dry climate by double air-drying and double kiln-drying. Then they are stored in our warehouse for an additional period to ensure that the finished product is acclimatized to this region.

Ultraviolet (UV) technology has been used for years by hardwood manufacturers to cure finishes in the factory. Now the same technology is mobile, to immediately cure the finish in your home, on the job site, at your place of business. Compare this to conventional coatings where curing times vary from eleven to thirty days-which allows for your floor to be damaged or to exhibit early wear or loss performance.
Residents no longer have to sleep away from their homes while the odors dissipate and the floor dries enough to walk on. Furniture and area rugs may be placed on the newly finished hardwood floor immediately after the UV-Curing process is complete. Business owners will have little or no down time after using this revolutionary technology. Perfect for residential and commercial re-coats as well as complete sand and finishing of new and existing wood floors.

Floorcraft has many specialty finishes to give your floor a custom look.

-Aluminum Oxide: Alumininum oxide can be added to the finish to increase durability and wear. Floors with this finish can last years longer than polyurethane.

-Oil-Based High Solid Finish: This thicker finish provides the rich look expected from a hardwood floor. It is typically associated with classic hardwood floors.

-Water Based: This finish is low odor and fast drying. It provides a lighter overall appearance to the wood.

-Anti-Slip Finish: This treatment can be added to any of the above finishes to improve traction. This finish is suitable for stairs and high traffic areas.

Floorcraft is proud to introduce our privately labeled citrus cleaner! Our product is specifically designed to be safe for floors, families and the environment. It has been formulated for all types of hardwood floors that are coated with a clear, unwaxed finish. The natural degreaser removes the toughest stains and the freshness of citrus leaves your house smelling clean. Cleaning your floors has never been easier. Just sweep away the dirt, spray the cleaner and mop. The cleaner leaves no sticky or oil residue and can be used on tile and marble surfaces, as well!

Nevada’s dry climate poses unique problems for hardwood floors. Moisture makes wood swell, buckle and warp. Dryness makes wood shrink, causing gaps between planks. Woods that originate in wet climates or that are shipped through wet climates absorb moisture. This makes the installed product likely to shrink and show gaps after installation. Our planks are specially milled to match Nevada’s dry climate by double air-drying and double kiln-drying. Then they are stored in our warehouse for an additional period to ensure that the finished product is acclimatized to this region.

Ultraviolet (UV) technology has been used for years by hardwood manufacturers to cure finishes in the factory. Now the same technology is mobile, to immediately cure the finish in your home, on the job site, at your place of business. Compare this to conventional coatings where curing times vary from eleven to thirty days-which allows for your floor to be damaged or to exhibit early wear or loss performance.
Residents no longer have to sleep away from their homes while the odors dissipate and the floor dries enough to walk on. Furniture and area rugs may be placed on the newly finished hardwood floor immediately after the UV-Curing process is complete. Business owners will have little or no down time after using this revolutionary technology. Perfect for residential and commercial re-coats as well as complete sand and finishing of new and existing wood floors.

Floorcraft has many specialty finishes to give your floor a custom look.

-Aluminum Oxide: Alumininum oxide can be added to the finish to increase durability and wear. Floors with this finish can last years longer than polyurethane.

-Oil-Based High Solid Finish: This thicker finish provides the rich look expected from a hardwood floor. It is typically associated with classic hardwood floors.

-Water Based: This finish is low odor and fast drying. It provides a lighter overall appearance to the wood.

-Anti-Slip Finish: This treatment can be added to any of the above finishes to improve traction. This finish is suitable for stairs and high traffic areas.

Floorcraft is proud to introduce our privately labeled citrus cleaner! Our product is specifically designed to be safe for floors, families and the environment. It has been formulated for all types of hardwood floors that are coated with a clear, unwaxed finish. The natural degreaser removes the toughest stains and the freshness of citrus leaves your house smelling clean. Cleaning your floors has never been easier. Just sweep away the dirt, spray the cleaner and mop. The cleaner leaves no sticky or oil residue and can be used on tile and marble surfaces, as well!

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FAQ

How long is the installation process, from estimate to finish?2020-12-15T23:24:41-08:00

The time frame for your project depends on the size of the project, and what it entails. On average, a project can take anywhere from 3 days to 3 weeks.

Do we work with tile?2020-12-15T23:24:22-08:00

No, we work solely with natural and engineered hardwood.

What is UV-curing, and why is it special?2020-12-15T23:24:06-08:00

UV-curing is a process that is unique to Floorcraft in all of Northern Nevada and Northern California, and one that we proudly provide. By exposing your floor to intense UV light, we can cure the floor instantly while maintaining the full integrity of your finish. In addition, you are able to move back into your home or business immediately, making this is the most efficient curing process to date.

How much will it cost me to get an estimate?2020-12-15T23:23:42-08:00

Estimates are completely free; simply give us a call and we can get you on the schedule!

How long will it take me to get a proposal following an estimate?2020-12-15T23:23:26-08:00

A proposal typically takes 3-4 days following the estimate to prepare and send out.

What is the difference between Prefinished and Sand & Finished floors?2020-12-15T23:23:11-08:00

A prefinished floor comes already finished by the manufacturer. When we sand & finish, we provide the customer with a more customizable experience, and allow them to decide how they would like their floors finished.

Does having hardwood floors affect the value of my home?2020-12-15T23:22:32-08:00

Yes! Hardwood floors not only increase the base value of your home, they add an elegant charm and level of warmth that will last you a lifetime.

Does Floorcraft provide a warranty on their flooring?2020-12-15T23:22:08-08:00

Yes, we provide a 1-year installation warranty on natural and engineered hardwoods.

What is your acclimation process for the hardwood, and how long does it typically take?2020-12-15T23:21:45-08:00

In order to acclimate the wood to your home, we allow the wood planks to sit in your home for a minimum of 2 weeks before we begin installation. This reduces the risk of the floors warping or becoming misshapen over time due to too much/too little moisture.

Does Floorcraft do baseboards?2020-12-15T23:21:20-08:00

Yes, as they are removed when hardwood flooring is installed. We can either reinstall your old baseboards or install new ones, depending on their condition. Typically, when there is a white paint grade on the baseboard, we prefer to install new baseboards to keep them looking clean with your new floors.

What is the difference between a Flush vent and Mount vent?2020-12-15T23:20:37-08:00

A mount vent has a lip on it protruding from the ground, while a flush vent is more customizable, and sits flush with your hardwood.

What makes Floorcraft unique?2020-12-15T23:20:15-08:00

Floorcraft has been in the business of installing hardwood floors for over 36 years, passed down through 3 generations of family. In all this time, we have done nothing but perfect our craft, and bring it to life in your own home. With us, your floors are completely customizable, and will be installed at top quality. We also offer services that are exclusive only to us, such as our UV-curing process.

What is the difference between natural hardwood and engineered hardwood?2020-12-15T23:19:45-08:00

Engineered hardwood is essentially a thin layer of hardwood(veneer) bonded to a layer of plywood, giving the floor more stability. It looks very similar to natural hardwood floors and lasts anywhere from 25-30 years. Due to how thin the wood is, one disadvantage to engineered hardwood is the fact that it can only be re-sanded once or twice, as opposed to natural hardwood which can be sanded and refinished multiple times. This means that engineered floors only have a fraction of the lifespan that natural hardwood floors have. It also typically comes prefinished with less variety of wood and color, so it is less customizable. On the contrary, it is a bit cheaper than natural hardwood, and fares better in humid environments due to its plywood construction.

Will I be able to see a sample of what my floor will look like before I make any decisions?2020-12-15T23:18:48-08:00

Absolutely! We provide customers with a customized sample(s) at their request. We can provide these on any type of wood, with whatever finishes the customer is considering putting on their floors. We are able to provide larger samples as well.

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