Christian Brothers Hardwood Floors proudly offers unfinished hardwood flooring options, as well as and prefinished flooring. No matter what style or type of hardwood flooring you desire, all hardwood floors require a good quality finish to ensure it is protected from everyday wear. When done properly, a good quality finish will fight against scratches, stains, moisture and scuffs that commonly occur on hardwood floors.
After you have decided hardwood flooring is the best choice for your flooring needs, you will then need to choose between unfinished and prefinished hardwood flooring. Our team of licensed and insured hardwood floor contractors are available to help you decide which option will best suit your needs. We offer a 1 year warranty on all the work we provide and have many years of experience servicing Rhode Island, North Kingstown and surrounding areas.
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Unfinished hardwood flooring is flooring that comes from the manufacturer in its natural state. In other words, this type of flooring will need to be finished onsite after installation. There are many advantages of unfinished hardwood flooring. One advantage is that unfinished hardwood flooring is significantly easier to match with existing hardwood floors in your home or office.
If you need hardwood floor repairs, or would simply like to extend the hardwood flooring on your property; unfinished hardwood flooring could be the best option for you. Another advantage of unfinished hardwood flooring is that we can provide you with custom color staining and custom installation designs as well. Lastly, there are more options in terms of the types of wood with unfinished hardwood flooring, especially in for exotic woods that typically are only available unfinished.
Finished hardwood flooring, is flooring that comes from the manufacturer already finished. This type of hardwood flooring means faster and easier installation. Finished hardwood flooring tends to be ideal for high traffic areas, as factory finishing is conducted in the most ideal environmental conditions resulting in a more durable finish. Additionally, finished hardwood flooring typically comes with a manufacturer’s warranty against defects resulting in added peace of mind for you.
Both unfinished and finished wood flooring have distinct benefits and disadvantages. We encourage you to contact us today so we can better help you make an informed decision about which option is best for you.