hardwood floor refinishing in Utah by Woody's Hardwood Flooring

The Benefits of Hardwood Floor Refinishing

A Utah red oak floor refinishing project by Woody's Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors are beautiful, especially when they are new and well maintained. The challenge, of course, is to keep your floors looking their best for years to come. Over time, hardwood floors start to show their age through day-to-day use and changes in interior design styles.

As your floor ages, these signs are not something you want to see in your home. These signs may be in the form of scratches, dullness, and discoloring. Can you spot any of these signs in your Utah home?

If the answer is yes, then you’re probably thinking about how you can have your hardwood floors restored to their best look once again. Fortunately, professional hardwood refinishing can help restore the beautiful look that your floors once had.

With great hardwood refinishing practices from the best professionals, your hardwood floors can be brought back to life.

If you’re looking for hardwood flooring Utah, we’re proud to say that we have provided hardwood floor installs, refinishing, repairs and additions since 2001. As a dedicated flooring company, Woody’s Hardwood Flooring is your best choice in the Salt Lake City area. We can bring your floors back to life. Read on to discover more about hardwood refinishing.

What is hardwood refinishing?

Hardwood refinishing involves removing the existing finish of your wood floor and putting on a new coating. This restores the wood back to a like-new condition.

A hardwood floor is durable and beautiful. But, over the years, continual use wears down the finish with drops, spills, and grit tracked in on shoes. And worst of all, scrabbling claws of family pets.

However, the damage caused does not have to be permanent. Real hardwood floors can be refinished. This is done by carefully sanding a paper-thin layer off the top and then sealing it with three coats of clear polyurethane finish.

Hardwood refinishing returns the floor back to a like-new state. It will also allow for a contemporary finish that better fits your home’s décor and lifestyle.

You don’t have to remain with a dull, worn-out floor and who would really want to? By hiring a professional to restore the initial look of your floor, you can continue enjoying the comfort of your home.

How refinishing a wood floor can improve your Utah home?

As one of your home’s biggest assets, hardwood floors can improve the resale value of your home when properly installed and maintained. Hardwood floors, when looking their best, are known as a major factor when selling your Utah home. You will be able to sell your home faster and for more money when you have professionally finished wood floors in your home.

Hardwood flooring has long been the preferred flooring choice among home buyers. so taking care of this asset naturally improves the look, function and value of your home.

The National Wood Flooring Association surveyed a majority of real estate agents who said that houses with hardwood flooring are easier to sell. They also sell for more money, more quickly. The majority of home buyers are simply willing to pay more for a home with hardwood flooring.

You may get some interest from home buyers if you have worn-out floors with a dated finish. However, they may put in a much lower bid than you wish because they will need to refinish the floors once they’ve purchased the home. Choose a refinishing company who only uses high quality products and has the experience and knowledge needed to do the job right, at a competitive price. you will be able to attract home buyers willing to pay your asking price.

A completed Utah red oak floor refinishing project by Woody's Hardwood Flooring

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The trend towards hardwood flooring Utah keeps growing year after year. It is a natural choice for it’s rich look and feel. However, as allergies and asthma are on the rise, the number of home buyers requiring hardwood flooring has increased as families move away from carpeted floors.

Hardwood flooring is a smart investment not only because real wood looks beautiful and feels luxurious, but they are also easier to clean and maintain. Hardwood floors are known to last for decades and decades in both residential and commercial locales.

Refinished hardwood floors add more elegance and natural charm to any room in the home. But this is only true when they make sense from a functional and fashionable point of view. Their natural beauty creates a visually warmer and welcoming feeling within your home.

Whether you have a traditional or contemporary design in your home, wood flooring offers style and versatility. This allows you to decorate and redecorate without having to perform very expensive renovations.

Refinishing your solid wood flooring improves your Utah home much more than laminate. And, of course, just by refinishing, your hardwood floors will last a lot longer than laminate floors. Wood floor refinishing will make your home look more attractive, cleaner and more spacious.

Refinishing your hardwood helps keep it more durable. If your hardwood is old, then your home will also look old. Refinishing allows us to give a new look, but also add a new, stronger finish using the latest technologies and product lines. In this way, we can help prevent hardwood floors from getting scratches, dents and other damage.

If the hardwood flooring in your Salt Lake City UT home is badly scratched up, you should have it refinished professionally. Find a company that has years of experience and provides superior service. This winning combination will make your hardwood flooring look good as new and show your home at its best.

Do you have to sand your floor to refinish it?

Refinishing your floor involves sanding away the paper-thin layer off the top and then adding a coating material on your floor. Therefore, sanding must be done. All wood flooring projects require different levels of sanding. Ideally, using a dust free sanding and refinishing professional is best.

It is recommended to consult a professional regarding your wood flooring project to identify the necessary tools to complete your project. A professional will determine the best sanding option for your flooring project and they will sand with the grain.

Refinishing your floor means that you’ll sand multiple times. This is something that cannot be done by the use of just one grit of sandpaper and sanding over your floors one time.  This means it will take at least four passes, each with a progressively finer level of sandpaper to fully refinish most old floors. To accomplish this, you need the right tools and the knowledge and experience of how to use them.

A hardwood flooring refinishing professional will determine the perfect grit starting pass for your floor. This decision is nearly impossible to determine without the experience of a professional. Remember that every floor is different and the condition of your floor will determine how it will be sanded. You can see that there is a fine art and craftsmanship when it comes to sanding your floor.

Why refinish your existing hardwood floor?

Hardwood floors are an elegant and timeless addition to any home, but all floors are subject to wear and tear over time. Hardwood refinishing can be daunting to try and tackle on your own if you’re in Salt Lake City, Utah area.

Woody’s Hardwood Flooring can do a great job. We can handle your wood floor refinishing project with expertise and ease. Professional hardwood refinishing can restore the initial shine of your floor.

There are several reasons to consider refinishing your hardwood floors:

  • Aesthetics: A hardwood refinishing can restore the elegant and classic design to its original shine and beauty. When wood flooring gets old, many patterns become discontinued, but refinishing restores the patterns and thus can raise the value of your home.
  • Price: Your hardwood floors may be aged and damaged, but refinishing is less expensive than replacing your entire floor. This task is best left to professionals who have the skills and the tools to get the job done efficiently and within budget. Calling in your local flooring experts is always your best bet for the integrity of your floors and your own piece of mind.
  • Longevity: Hardwood floors are durable, but with years of usage, they can wear and tear. Refinishing can dramatically extend the life of your floor. Additionally, this can save you the costs associated with replacement and will keep your floors looking great for long.
  • Value of Your Home: Refinishing your wood flooring will increase the value of your home. When you plan to sell your house, refinished floors are very attractive to potential buyers. This allows you to set a higher price for your home.
  • Failing the Water Test: It is important to check your hardwood floors every once in a while, to make sure they’re sealed well. You can perform a test by pouring a tablespoon of water on your floor, especially in an area that looks worn. If the water pulls into droplets without seeping into the wood, the floors are still sealed well. If the water seeps into the wood, you should get your floors refinished. The faster the water soaks in, the more urgently you need to have the refinishing done.
  • Extensive Staining: If you have kids, stains become part of life. It is less likely that you will prevent the stains entirely, so having a realistic maintenance plan is best. At some point stains on your hardwood floors can be too much to deal with. And if you’re considering selling your house, you have to try to get rid of the stains as much as possible. Your best bet to getting rid of all the stains is to refinish your floors.
  • Change of Style: Sometimes refinishing can be done if you just want a change of style. You don’t have to replace your hardwood floors to change the color of your flooring. If your floors are in good shape, you only need to change the color by refinishing your existing floors. This will save you money as well as improve the resale value if you can retain the original flooring.

How long does it take to refinish hardwood floors?

This is one of the most common questions homeowners ask. This is a great question as this of course affects the cost and amount of time that the project will affect your living and/or workspace.

The length of time it takes to refinish hardwood flooring depends on the coat of finish. Specifically, what type of polyurethane you use. There is oil-based polyurethane and water-based polyurethane.

In general, it usually takes 3-5 days to refinish hardwood floors with an oil-based polyurethane. If you’re using water-based polyurethane, it takes about 2 days to refinish hardwood floors. The latter floor finish dries faster and is often the preferred choice if you’re in a hurry, and sometimes it can solve your time challenges.

Should I refinish my hardwood floor or replace it?

Many homeowners with hardwood floors tend to ask is they should refinish their hardwood floor or replace it with a new one. Well, this depends on several factors including the condition or age of your hardwood, the price tag of your current hardwood and your budget.

In general, however, it is almost always less expensive to refinish your hardwood floors. Replacing your hardwood floors involves a few costs such as paying for additional wood, installation sanding and ripping up and hauling away existing wood. If portions of your wood flooring are damaged, probably through stains, you can refinish them and it will look all new.

In some cases, you will be able to replace a damaged section of floor, such as this one due to water damage, and then sand and refinish all of the flooring for a consistent look and feel.

 

If your floors are very old and have been refinished many times, it may be time to replace them with new ones. By old we mean that your floors have been there for decades and refinished more than five times.

Also, if you want to change the species of your wood, you may consider replacing your wood flooring. In the majority of homes in the US, you will find wood flooring made of oak because of the look and graining of oak. However, you can achieve a new look and finish simply by refinishing your existing floors.

What are the best/worst wood floors for refinishing?

There are both the best and worst wood floors for refinishing. Describing wood floors as best or worst for refinishing depends on the type and condition of your wood flooring. The truth is not all hardwood floors can be refinished.

The best hardwood floors for refinishing are those that have common problems that can be addressed and fixed without replacing the entire floor.

The worst type of wood floors for refinishing are those that have structural damage that can only be addressed by ripping up the floor and replacing it. Severe flooring damage such as ugly stains, warping, chipping and termite infestation, is worst for refinishing, and a replacement would make more sense.

What can I do to prepare my home for a hardwood floor refinishing project?

Once you have scheduled your hardwood floor refinishing project, you can prepare your home for the hardwood refinishing Utah project:

  1. Remove all furniture and rugs.
  2. Take down picture and wall hangings or items on shelves.
  3. Remove clothes, shoes and other items from closets in the project area.
  4. For kitchen refinishing project, remove refrigerator and stove.
  5. Cover doors, vents, windows and surfaces with plastic sheeting and painters’ tape to prevent dust from traveling all over your house. Woody’s provides dust free hardwood floor sanding, so if you are using our services, you can skip this step entirely.
  6. Make arrangements for your pets and kids.

So, whether you are living in Salt Lake City or surrounding areas such as Salt Lake, Draper, Bountiful, Herimon, Blockdale, West Jordan, Payson, Park City, Spanish Fork, Provo, South Jordan, Orem or Sandy, Utah, Woody’s Hardwood Flooring is your go-to flooring company.

Hardwood floor refinishing in Utah is a time-consuming project that requires skill and attention to detail. It can protect this valuable part of your home, give it a new shine, or both.

If your floors require refinishing or professional installation or flooring repairs, reach out to Woody’s Hardwood Flooring. We do our utmost to make wood floor refinishing as easy on you as possible. Book your free consultation and quote today or visit our flooring store in Murray, UT!

Gaps and cracks in Utah home's hardwood floor

Are You Concerned About Cracks and Separation Between Hardwood Floor Boards?

Gaps and cracks in Utah home's hardwood floor

Cracks & Separations Happen to All Hardwood Floors

Every hardwood floor endures some separation between boards. In the winter months when the home is heated and the air is dry, wood flooring releases some of its moisture and therefore shrinks. When this happens, thin cracks appear between boards. This is normal and is acceptable. Hardwood flooring is designed and installed to handle this type of movement.

Cracks and separations can be alarming to the proud owner of a new hardwood floor, especially when it looks nearly flawless in the summertime, when by winter some noticeable cracking and separating of the floor boards appear. In some cases, these changes in the floor don’t occur until years after installation.

utah hardwood flooring separation gap

 

Homeowners should not call their hardwood installers at the first sign of cracks. Cracks that developed during the winter months may easily reach the thickness of a dime or a quarter. Generally speaking, wider boards will show more gapping than narrow boards. Lighter colored flooring material such as maple or floors with a lighter stain tend to show cracks and separation more than darker wood tones and stain colors.

Remember, Utah has a dry climate, which is classed as semi-arid to desert, in spite of its variety of smaller climates found among its varying terrain, from Salt Lake to the peaks of the Uinta Mountains, not to mention that it also lies in the path of monsoon precipitation from the Gulf of California in the summer months and is subject to unique temperature inversions across its valleys that can last for weeks.

How to Help Prevent Cracks and Separations in your Hardwood Floor

Homeowners should add moisture to the air during dry periods. It is the homeowner’s choice and responsibility to maintain humidity levels. Homeowners can either live with the cracks and separation or install a whole home humidification system to minimize this natural adjustment in their flooring.

To Humidify or Dehumidify, that is the Question

By stabilising your home’s relative humidity year-round, you can help lessen the number of cracks and separations that naturally occur. You can do this by using a humidifier in the winter months and exhaust fans and dehumidifiers in the case of too much moisture in the summertime. The best time to determine your home’s humidity levels with respect to your hardwood floors is when you are having them installed.

What is the ideal humidity level for your Utah home if you have hardwood floors?

Having a balanced level of humidity in your Utah home is good for you, your family, your pets and plants…and your hardwood floors! It is recommended to keep your home’s humidity between 35% to 55%. If your home’s humidity drops below 35%, then it increases the likelihood of the floor cracking and separating. An ideal room temperature for flooring is between 60 degrees to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. You can also look to purchase a “wood moisture meter” that can help you determine the ongoing fluctuations in relative humidity in your home throughout the year.

When Woody’s Hardwood Flooring installers assess an installation, we use a variety of tools that help with the process, such as this “pinless moisture meter” (on left) and a smaller one to test temperature and relative humidity (on right).

An example of our Orion moisture metre and humidity tester for hardwood flooring. This helps us minimize cracking and gapping in hardwood floors due to humidity changes in your Utah home.

Hardwood Floor Cupping, Crowning and Buckling

Cupping can be caused by water being spilled onto a hardwood floor, or from having too high of a relative humidity in your home. The floor boards curve in a concave fashion.

Crowning is similar to cupping in how it is formed, however, the floor boards instead form a convex curve. This can again occur when the floor is exposed to water or high humidity for long periods of time. The saturation of moisture causes the crowning effect.

Buckling is one of the most extreme issues with moisture and humidity in your hardwood floor. It occurs when the floor actually separates from the subfloor, noticeably lifting up to a few inches in one or more places in your home. Thankfully, this issue is quite rare and is often a result of more extreme circumstances such as flooding over a longer time period.

Make sure you first fix the imbalance in your moisture/humidity levels to allow the floor boards to dry and find a neutral, balanced state of humidity and moisture levels within. This way, any sanding or restoration efforts will be most effective for the long-term.

Here is a good summary from the NWFA regarding cupping and crowning:

Cupping and crowning of hardwood floors illustration from NWFA publication 2019

Image content copyright National Wood Flooring Association

 

When is the best time of year to install hardwood flooring?

While you can have hardwood flooring installed year-round in Utah, Autumn’s cooler temperatures are ideal for installing your new floor. However, it always helps if you do your best to balance your home’s humidity levels using a humidifier and dehumidifier, your family and floors will benefit in every season.

If you notice that you have gaps in your floor boards in the winter, this is a key sign that your home’s humidity could be further optimized. It is best to wait until spring to see if the gaps remain, reduce in size or close up.

Larger gaps in hardwood flooring that don’t close up in the summer time may be due to excessive moisture below the floor, so your flooring can be somewhat of a “canary in the coal mine” in revealing things like structural settlement and water-based issues that are not visible otherwise.

If you are considering to have a new hardwood floor installed in the Salt Lake City area, we recommend you discuss your project with a professional installer, who is located in Utah, who can provide you with specific advice around the best type of wood for your home and lifestyle and what will work best to minimize such issues as cracking and gapping in your floor boards in the future.

When Hardwood Flooring needs to be repaired

As with any type of flooring, your hardwood floor may require repairs over its lifetime. Similar to the best time to install your floor, repairing larger gaps and separations are best done in the shoulder seasons, such as April and October.

If you need help with hardwood flooring repairs or need a flooring addition, please contact us.

 

 

 

 

wide plank white oak hardwood flooring utah

The Increasing Value of Hardwood Flooring in Utah Homes

It is no understatement to say that choosing the best flooring for your home is one of the most important decisions a home owner can make. No matter what size your home is, whether it is a townhouse, bungalow, 2-storey or mansion, the flooring you choose today will not only affect your quality of life for years to come, but also the resale value of your home.

Hardwood Flooring Continues to Gain Popularity

Hardwood flooring in Utah and across the United States continues to gain popularity among new and existing home owners. A recent study shows that the Wood Flooring Manufacturing industry has grown over the past five years with approximately 75% of wood flooring construction in the US was used in residential construction. More and more people are obviously seeing the benefit and value of real wood flooring in their homes.

Hardwood Flooring Adds Resale Value to your Utah Home

In a USA Today article that discusses those specific features for which home buyers are willing to pay extra, over half of the home buyers are willing to pay more for a home with hardwood floors.

Hardwood holds its value, not only for a few decades, but in many cases, hardwood floors have lasted well over 100 years. They are extremely durable and comparatively easy to maintain, so it is no surprise they are becoming an increasingly popular choice not only for residential use, but for commercial venues as well, as you can see in this local flooring project completed by Woody’s Hardwood Flooring for the Salt Lake City restaurant, Copper Canyon Grill House & Tavern:

Hardwood flooring for Copper Canyon Grill House & Tavern 215 S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

Copper Canyon Grill House & Tavern, located at: 215 S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

When it comes to the resale value of hardwood floors in your home, according to a survey by the NWFA (National Wood Flooring Association), “99% of the real estate agents participating believe that homes with hardwood floors are easier to sell.”

Furthermore, 82% of those real estate agents believe that homes with hardwood floors sell faster than those without them. A faster selling home reflects less price negotiation, higher market demand and an easier sale overall.

Not to mention, these homes sell for more money than those that don’t have hardwood flooring in place. Wood floors in your Utah home add a distinctive and rich look and feel that other flooring types, such as carpet and linoleum simply fail to create.

What is the Best Type of Hardwood Flooring?

Determining which type of hardwood flooring requires looking at the many options available to the home owner. The top options include which hardwood species, style of board and finish work best in the home’s interior. Considerations of the home’s overall layout and other interior design features all play a role in narrowing down your best choice.

While choosing the best hardwood floor can be a very personal decision, it is important for the home owner to be aware of the factors that will affect their decision for years to come. It is always best to contact a professional hardwood flooring contractor who has extensive experience and knowledge of all of these factors and can help guide you through the decision-making process.

Hardwood Flooring Industry Trends 2018 vs. 2019

Beyond relying on one’s personal taste when choosing the best hardwood flooring, it is beneficial for us to look at some recent studies that support our choice, especially from the point of view of it being an investment in the overall value of your home when it comes time to sell.

So, let’s compare a couple of studies based on the wood flooring industry reviews that reveal trends in types, species and finishes of hardwood flooring in the US.

A 2018 hardwood flooring study shows by an industry review that there was an expected higher demand for most types of hardwood floors, including:

  • Long Board 75% more demand
  • Wide-Plank 71% more demand
  • Engineered 67% more demand
  • Factory-Finished 48% more demand
  • Distressed Flooring 40% more demand

There was also an expected increase in demand for Domestic species of hardwood flooring, while Imported species were expected to decline. Reclaimed flooring was also appearing in higher demand with an expected 48% increase.

The study also noted that, “While product-demand expectations always vary market to market, NWFA members in the survey seemed to agree that demand for white oak will continue to grow in 2018. Wide-plank, long boards and cerused and gray finishes are also en vogue, a trend in line with many consumers’ growing preference for ‘rustic’, ‘authentic’, and ‘organic’ looks, members in the survey said.”

Other popular hardwood species apart from White Oak, include Hickory/Pecan, Cork, Brazilian Cherry and Santos Mahogany.

The 2018 survey shows that certain hardwood flooring colors were predicted to be chosen by homeowners, including:

Gray stains and finishes will be 62% in more demand while Cerused hardwood will be 56% in more demand.

Dark hardwood flooring color demand will largely remain the same, showing that they are still a popular choice. Similarly, light flooring finishes will generally have the same demand at 55% but will still see a 33% increase in demand.

In the follow up study in 2019, White Oak continues to be the top choice, due in part to it being widely available from manufacturers around the world.

Also, 2019 will continue to see more demand for Wide Plank, Long boards and Engineered hardwood flooring. As home owners are of course concerned about the resale value of their new or existing home, choosing a flooring that remains a popular species and finish can help sell the home and maintain its value long-term.

The 2019 study also noted:

  • A 16% decrease in demand for Gray stains and finishes
  • A significant drop in demand of Cerused flooring with only a 19% increase.
  • Dark and Light colors would see approximately the same demand at 44% and 49% respectively.

How to Choose the Right Hardwood Flooring

So, what does this mean to the Utah home owner when they are looking to have new hardwood flooring installed or existing floors refinished?

While hardwood types, species, colors and finishes have some fluctuation in popularity due to interior design trends, there are certain choices, such as White Oak, Hickory/Pecan, and Walnut species, along with wide plank and long board styles of boards will potentially remain popular for years to come.

Here is an example of a a wide plank White Oak custom floor installation by Woody’s Hardwood Flooring in Utah:

Quality hardwood flooring is a worthwhile investment and that includes the species and finish, but also how it is installed or refinished. However, making the decision on what is best for your home can feel overwhelming considering the vast array of choices in wood species, styles of board and quality and type of wood finishes. Not to mention, which rooms these floors will be installed in. For example, such areas as kitchens and basements have unique requirements that need to be considered.

Besides real hardwood flooring, there are now many other “look-alike” floor solutions that look like wood but do not offer all of the benefits a real wood floor delivers. It is becoming increasingly important for home owners and buyers to be educated on the different types of flooring before they invest. The onus of this education falls not only on the hardwood flooring installation company, but also the flooring and finishing manufacturers.

Discuss Your Needs with A Utah Flooring Expert

As a local hardwood flooring contractor in Utah, we highly recommend discussing your project needs with an expert, so you can make an informed decision, as it will be one you will have to live with for years to come.

Woody’s Hardwood Flooring serves the Salt Lake City area, including West Jordan, Provo, Orem, Payson, West Valley City and Sandy, Utah.

We aim to provide superior service and products, including wood flooring installation, refinishing and flooring additions. We treat each project from beginning to end as if it were our own home; we’re not finished until you are satisfied.

Call us today to discuss your project and receive a free quote.

PLEASE VISIT us at the Home Show – October 12-14!

Once again, we are excited to be attending the Deseret News Home Show, October 12-14th, at the South Towne Expo Center! If you have existing hardwood floors in need of repair or refinishing, or possibly just a DEEP CLEANING…please be sure to stop by our Booth, # 826. If you are considering replacing old carpet with hardwood flooring, we’d love to talk to you and discuss your options!

This is an opportunity for you to see for yourself our DUST-FREE SYSTEM! We are so enthusiastic about the benefits of this system, we will have an actual TRAILER set up for you to see how this amazing system works, making sanding and refinishing your existing hardwood flooring far less intimidating!! It’s an opportunity for you to ask questions, see samples of the work we do, and take advantage of a special offer for only our Home & Garden Festival customers! How it works: If you schedule an estimate as a result of talking with us at our booth, we will give you 10% off the cost of having your floors refinished!!! (Offer only valid on refinishing existing hardwood flooring, not new installations.) Also, we are very excited about our state-of-the-art Deep Cleaning System! It’s economical, and often all that is necessary in maintaining the beauty of your floor for several years!

We hope to see you there!

Salt Lake Tribune Home & Garden Festival!

Spring is just around the corner and we are excited once again this year to participate in the Spring Home & Garden Festival! This is an opportunity for you to see for yourself our DUST-FREE SYSTEM! We are so enthusiastic about the benefits of this system, we will have an actual TRAILER set up for you to see how this amazing system works, making sanding and refinishing your existing hardwood flooring far less intimidating!! It’s an opportunity for you to ask questions, see samples of the work we do, and take advantage of a special offer for only our Home & Garden Festival customers! How it works: If you schedule an estimate as a result of talking with us at our booth, we will give you 10% off the cost of having your floors refinished!!! (Offer only valid on refinishing existing hardwood flooring, not new installations.) Also, we are very excited about our state-of-the-art Deep Cleaning System! It’s economical, and often all that is necessary in maintaining the beauty of your floor for several years!

So MARK your calendars! The Home and Garden Festival at the South Towne Expo Center will run from Thursday, March 8th (2-9 p.m.), Friday March 9th (12-10 p.m.), Saturday March 10th (10 a.m. – 10 p.m.), and Sunday March 11th (11 a.m.- 6 p.m.) We are located at BOOTH 1818.

You won’t want to miss it! Remember, after the wear and tear of winter, your hardwood floors will be needing care, and since spring is our busiest season, call early to schedule a FREE IN-HOME ESTIMATE!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Your 2012 Resolution? Refinish your Hardwood Floor!

The holidays are over, it’s been a busy season no doubt! And if your existing hardwood floor has not been refinished in a few years, it’s showing signs of wear and tear. This is a perfect time of year to consider what a difference in your home it will make to refinish your floor. A truly FRESH START! We offer free in-home estimates, and would love the opportunity to talk with you, and discuss the needs of your specific floor. As described on our website, our system is DUST-FREE! So our work sanding your floor will make no extra dust in your home!

Our customers are thrilled with this system, because we can work in your home, sand, stain, and finish your floor…and after allowing just a few hours for your floor to dry, you can settle back in and just enjoy the beauty of a clean, fresh, NEW-LOOKING floor without any additional cleaning!

Speaking of “CLEAN” and “DUST-FREE”…this may be the year you plan to make your home cleaner, and offer yourself and your family the opportunity to live in a more healthy environment. This begins first by replacing existing carpet with hardwood flooring. We will take the time to explain your options, and find the hardwood that is right for you and your home.

Right now we are working all over the Salt Lake Valley, Park City, Davis County, and Utah County…We usually can respond to your bid request very quickly and meet with you within a day or two. Happy New Year from all of us at Woody’s Hardwood Flooring…we DO look forward to helping make this year a beautiful year in your HOME!

THANK YOU!

The Spring Home and Garden Festival this past weekend was a HUGE success, and we want to thank all of you who stopped by our booth! We enjoyed talking to so many of you about our business, and the difference a newly-refinished hardwood floor can make in your home! We are working hard to make sure we get in touch with each one of you who asked for a free In-Home estimate; if you have not already been scheduled, don’t worry, we’ll be in touch with you very soon! And as promised, as a THANK YOU for scheduling an estimate, you will receive 10% off the cost to have your existing hardwood floors sanded and refinished. Spring is here, and it is the perfect time of year, after the wear and tear of wintertime, to begin the spring and summer season in a beautiful and fresh environment. Again, we are proud to offer a DUST-FREE system, we are NWFA Certified, and guarantee the quality of our work. To those of you who may have missed the Spring Home and Garden Festival, feel free to call, (801-266-4117), or send us a FREE BID request, using the quick and easy form to the right of your screen! We’d be happy to schedule a time to come to your home, and give you an estimate…You’ll be glad you DID!

Please check back again soon…we’ll be featuring floors, both BEFORE and AFTER they have been refinished… leaving you with NO DOUBT that it is time to bring back to life the beauty of YOUR hardwood floor!

Spring Home & Garden Festival!! BOOTH #837

Mark your calendar!!! March 10-13, 2011, at the South Towne Exposition Center!!!

Woody’s Hardwood Flooring is looking forward to yet another successful Spring Home and Garden Festival! If you have been thinking about refinishing your hardwood floors, this is the time! We invite you to stop by our booth…We want to show you our amazing DUST-FREE SANDING SYSTEM… Yes, that’s right! We will have an actual Dust-Free Trailer at our booth, so you can see for yourself this amazing technology that enables us to come to your home, sand and finish your hardwood floors, in the most efficient and clean way possible! We look forward to talking to you…and answering any questions you might have. We are confident you”ll be thrilled with the difference a newly-finished hardwood floor will make in your home.

SCHEDULE AN ESTIMATE AT THE HOME SHOW, and RECEIVE 10% OFF THE COST TO HAVE YOUR FLOORS REFINISHED!!!!!

We can schedule a convenient time for us to come to your home, and give you a “FREE” Estimate. Because we appreciate your taking the time to stop by, we are offering a 10% discount only to those who schedule an estimate at our booth. This discount is available only on refinishing existing hardwood floors. Don’t miss this opportunity! Again, we are located at Booth #837. See you there!

For additional information and ticket purchase to the Festival, visit www.saltlaketribunehomeandgardenfestival.com