A gleaming hardwood floor makes your home feel warm and welcoming and will add elegance and style to your business and office premises.
WoodCraft Floors Inc. has been installing, refinishing, repairing and restoring solid and engineered hardwood floors in homes and businesses in the New York City region for the last 25+ years.
Among our previous satisfied clients we are proud to include New York City’s Museum of Natural History, the famous Barneys toy store, the Audi show-room on Park Avenue, Nike Town, as well as many more.
WoodCraft Floors Inc.’s skilled and experienced craftsmen generally install two basic types of new hardwood floors:
- Solid hardwood in which every plank or piece is made out of a solid piece of wood. Solid hardwood floors come is a wide variety of different thicknesses and widths and in a range of different types of wood.
- Engineered wood floors in which each plank or piece is a composite made of 10 thin layers of wood bonded together in a cross ply formation to give it strength and durability. Engineered wood floors also come in different thicknesses and widths and styles.
Both solid and engineered hardwood floors look beautiful from the very day they are installed, and the appearance and patina improves even more with age. With proper maintenance and regular scheduled cleanings by WoodCraft Floors Inc. a properly installed hardwood floor will gleam like new for many years to come.
And if ever you need a spot repair or touch up, or even for an all over refinishing WoodCraft Floors Inc. will be pleased to provide service.
If you would like to find out more about our hardwood floor installation services in and around New York City, please just give us a call on (212) 587-3512 for NYC, (516) 404-0371 for Long Island, and (718) 325-0666 for Bronx/Westchester.
Our polite and courteous customer service staff will be pleased to help you with all of your questions and to set up an appointment to walk through your premises and give a free quote.
WoodCraft Floors Inc. proud installers of hardwood floors in New York City and the surrounding area for the last quarter century.