I have been installing and finishing Hardwood Floors in Washington County, Utah for the last seven years. With 40 years in the business most of my projects involve Refinishing existing solid Hardwood Floors. With these projects clients will add additional flooring to other rooms in the home. I buy Hardwood Floors at distributor pricing and pass that price to my clients in exchange for my labor costs. I keep it simple. I finish my floors with traditional wood tone stains with oil based polyurethane or more modern colors with gray tints that require epoxy water base non yellowing polyurethanes. If you are interested in getting an estimate for Refinishing or adding new Hardwood Floors please give me a call. Estimates are free.
As I expand out into other regions of Southern Utah I have decided to add Kanab to my service locations. I have visited Kanab and I find it to be a charming community with a small town appeal. I in particular enjoy the Best Friend Animal Sanctuary. I sell Hardwood Floors, Install and Finish both Engineered and Solid Wood Floors. My Hardwood Floors are sold to the consumer at distributor invoice so you are getting the best prices available. I also perform a Refinishing service for interested clients. My Seventy-Seven Five Star reviews from former clients attest to my 35 plus years of experience. You can find links to my reviews on my website at gregwarreninc.com. I am available to discuss your flooring project at no cost over the phone or by text and email. Onsite estimates are also available.
Greg Warren Hardwood Floors
There has always been a debate as to whether one can apply tape to a wood floor. The fear is that it can potentially peel off the top coatings. In discussions with flooring contractors all over the United States the overwhelming consensus is to not warranty a job where tape was applied by others to a wooden floor. One of those reasons is that once we leave a job we do not know how long a homeowner or another tradesman left the tape they installed to the wood surface. The only tape we recommend is the Delicate Series tapes made by different manufacturers like Scotch Delicate Purple and FrogTape Delicate Yellow. They claim that it can be applied to fresh surfaces for a minimum of days without damaging the surface film. But as is the case contractors may leave it on to long and the finish peels. They may make claims that it was only on the floor for a shorter period but that may not be true. Therefore as flooring contractors we can’t take responsibility for things we have no control over. I tell my clients that if they decide to tape with the delicate surface tapes to be careful to not leave the tape on the floor any longer than is necessary to paint a wall or baseboard then remove it slowly. That is the best way to deal with it and never more than a day. My contract explicitly states I do not warranty a floor that has tape applied to it. Manufacturers of wood flooring have the same warranty clauses in regards to tape of any kind. On prefinished floors I will usually take a few boards out of a box and test them with various tapes and then peel them the next day to see how well the finish held up. That way I know what to expect if I decide to use tape. Buyer beware is what comes to mind in regards to tape and wood floors.
I have been Refinishing and Installing the Hardwood Floors that I sell direct to the public at distributor pricing in Kayenta; a large high end subdivision in Ivins, UT. It is interesting how many of those existing homes have Eastern White Pine solid floors. I have been refinishing them as of late. Most of them have wider than normal gaps between the boards due to the lack of jobsite acclimation prior to the installation. I do have a filler product that I use to fill those gaps that has the best chance of staying in without either sinking or popping out later. One job on my website under the Refinishing link is the Smith Residence. Have a look at that project if you might be interested in having your floors refinished. I have 75 Five Star Reviews that you can read with links on my website. If you want new floors or want to add to your current Wood flooring I am available to discuss your project and create a bid for your review. Thanks for reading. Greg Warren
I am starting to see many of my Wood Floor Refinish clients wanting the new gray wash color spectrum as a choice for their new updated design. The old white wash of the past that didn’t wear well past 5 years can now be as lasting as traditional wood tone colors. That innovation has come from many years of non yellowing epoxy water base polyurethane technology. Used in the right sequence a floor refinisher can create a very tough flooring surface that can withstand residential traffic for many years until your next refinish on average every 15 years plus. If you are interested in discussing this further give me a call, message, text or email and we can get started. I am available for a free estimate once we have discussed your wood floor refinishing project.