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January 20th, 2014 by CCHWF

Burbank Hardwood Floors- your local wood flooring company!

Welcome to Burbank Hardwood Floors, a branch of Century Floors and your local one-stop shop for all of your wood flooring needs. We’re a flooring company based in Burbank that’s been proudly serving the community for over 25 years, and we’re still going strong. We’ve built a reputation as an honorable, trustworthy company by focusing on three things: perfect floor results, affordable pricing, and excellent client service. Our flooring technicians are trained, seasoned professional with years of wood flooring experience, while our office staff are veritable experts in the fields of wood flooring processes. We also have an A+ rating by the BBB for our standard of excellence in clients satisfaction, as well as a certification by the NWFA for our technical ability in regard to wood flooring. All of these elements combine to bring you the absolute best results and service in hardwood flooring. In fact, we so sure that you’ll love your floors after we’re done with them that we guarantee your satisfaction 100%! But don’t just take our word for it, hear what our previous clients have to say about us in our client testimonials page [insert link].

What can we do for you?

Burbank Hardwood Floors does it all: wood floor installation, hardwood refinishing, wood buffing, custom staining, color matching, wood floor repair, and many more services are available to you. These are just a handful of our most popular services, but we can custom tailor any service to fit your project’s needs. The total number of services is well over 50, but they all mostly fall under four distinct categories: installation, refinishing, buffing, and repair. As for the timeframes and prices, please feel free to read each category’s respective page for all of the info you’ll need. We’ll also provide a short overview of each category here for our readers who don’t have much time.

Wood Floor Installation

Installing wood flooring is a complicated process that requires years of successful projects to be executed correctly. That’s why each of our floor techs are trained in the proper use of the industrial-grade equipment we use. That way, no wood planks are damaged in the process and there is no need to go overbudget for materials. As to the installation itself, we’ll sum it up to where it’s not very technical. First, all of the old flooring is removed completely to avoid any obstacles to the new flooring. Then, the sub-flooring may or may not be removed depending on moisture tests as well as the condition of the sub-flooring. Once the sub-flooring is taken care of, the new floor is installed above it, with either one of three distinct methods: nails, glue or staples. The specific method is determined by the composition of the floor as well as the location. When the floor has been placed, it is stained if unfinished flooring was chosen. Regardless of finish, when it is ready the floor is coated with several layers of polyurethane that both seal in the stain as well as help protect the floor from future damage. Once the polyurethane dries, the floor is safe to walk on again.

Hardwood Refinishing

The refinishing process is much like the installation process, the exception being that the floor will not be replaced, but rather it will be restored. First, the floor is sanded down several times. The amount of times it is sanded is dependent on the type of floor as well as its condition. The better the condition of the floor, the more times a floor can be refinished. After it is sanded, various chemicals are applied in order to strengthen the floor. When those chemicals have dried, the floor is stained, either with one made to look like the original floor, or a custom stain that was commissioned by the client. Once the stain has dried, the floor is then coated with several layers of polyurethane. These layers seal in the stain as well as help protect the floor. When these are dry, the floor is safe to walk on again.

Wood Floor repair

Repairing a wood floor can be as simple as refinishing a certain area or completely replacing everything in a large radius. The most important step is to survey the area and decide exactly what kind of repair is needed. Common repair project types are: holes, water damage, buckling, stain, and deep scratches. Each type of project has its own methods and guidelines, so suffice to say that it is very specific and meticulous to repair wood floors.

Wood Buffing

Though easily the least complicated process of the four, buffing a wood floor takes a steady hand and a keen eye. This is because the industrial-grade equipment that we use can permanently damage your floor if used incorrectly. However, you won’t have to worry about this when we work on your floor. The first step in buffing a floor is to lightly sand it. After it is sanded, the floor has various chemicals applied to it so that it can withstand the strain of several more years of use. When the chemicals dry, several layers of polyurethane are applied, so that the floor can prevent light scratching and damage.

If this sounds like what you need, contact us today!

So if you’re still not convinced we’re the company for you, give us a call, or send us an e-mail. Our office staff would be more than happy to answer any and all questions you may have about us, our business practices, or our services. We can also arrange an appointment for you with our estimator at your convenience, free of charge or obligation. Contact us today and get the ball rolling on your new wood flooring project, you won’t regret it.

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