Custom borders and inlays
Laminate flooring installation
Luxury Vinyl Installation
Base and Shoe molding installation
Subfloor repair and preparation
Sand and refinishing service
Put your own signature stamp on any flooring type with our custom borders and inlays. Ornate borders provide a rich contrast to basic wood floors, while inlay designs include medallion, panel, corners and accents, or parquet artistry to complement any room or your entire house. Installing borders and inlays is a difficult task reflective of true artisanship, and our expert team is up to the task. We bond all borders and inlays to cabinet-grade plywood substrate, providing a stable base for each decorative piece. Choose from exotic or regional high-grade hardwoods for durability and beauty that matches the life expectancy of your floor.
From exotic Acacia to exquisite Black Walnut, we’ve never installed a floor we didn’t understand inside and out. The installation process begins with us measuring your space and helping you choose the species and grain to match your distinct taste and style. We’ll also discuss your lifestyle, floor traffic, upkeep expectations, budget, climate, and subfloor – all factors that directly impact your flooring choices. Whether you opt for hand scraped solid wood or engineered exotic flooring, our services provide you with a beautiful floor that will last for decades.
Laminate flooring is a popular alternative for customers who love the classic look of hardwood, but who don’t want the upkeep that solid wood demands. We’ll sit down with you and discuss how to best protect against wear, fading, and moisture with your new laminate floor. Our installation pros will also advise you on ideal placement of your flooring and what type of subfloor is required. Whether you prefer the unique beauty of exotic hardwood or the traditional look of pine, 1woodfloors.com will introduce you to the versatile world of laminate.
Luxury vinyl is quickly gaining acclaim for its durability and close similarity to authentic hardwood floors. And 1woodfloors.com is excited to provide installation services for a wide variety of vinyl flooring styles, grains, and colors. Highly resistant to dents, scratches, stains, and moisture, we offer this innovative material in sheet and tile options. The installation process includes measuring your space, consulting you on materials, and advising you on proper maintenance. Easy and quick to install, we can lay your vinyl floor with or without grout in any room of your home, including the kitchen and laundry area.
Base and shoe molding provides an elegant accent to any room, regardless of your chosen flooring type. Similar to quarter round in appearance, base or shoe molding is 5/8” x 3/4” in size. This type of molding is installed along the baseboards to provide a more finished look and to aid with cleaning, especially in corners. Also shock-resistant, durable, and humidity-resistant, base and shoe molding is made from a variety of wood types to match or complement your existing or new floor. Installation is provided as a finishing touch after we’ve completed laying your new floor.
A hardwood floor is only as good as the subfloor below it. Before we install any flooring type, we assess your subfloor and provide repairs or preparation as required. Repairs involve removing the broken-up concrete or rotten wood portions, and analyzing the quality of the wood that sits over the joists before we form a strategy to fix the damage. Preparation includes using flat spud bar to remove drywall and a notched flooring trowel to remove staples. Finally, we’ll check the floor for levelness and squeaks, and smooth out any low spots with a flooring edger.
To maximize the life and durability of your existing hardwood floor, 1woodfloors.com offers full-service sanding and refinishing. Licensed by the State of Michigan with certificates in Professional Sand and Finish from the NWFA and Pergo, our installation experts are committed to enhancing the appearance of any floor in any home. The sanding and refinishing process involves removing all older finishes and matching new finishes to your existing floor. We recommend getting your floor resurfaced every five years or so, but the frequency heavily depends on your individual foot traffic and wood type.