Many clients opt for hardwood flooring because of its durability and natural beauty. It's been a long-time favorite among homeowners and commercial property developers that want something heavy-duty and traditional in appearance. The best part of hardwood, though, is that its hue can be customized to fit your liking with safety hardwood staining methods. The process of staining your hardwood does not compromise the wood's strength or integrity but merely adds beauty and aesthetic to its surface.
Depending on the type of wood you choose, your wood will have a different grain or color than what you might want. With the help of hardwood staining, you’re able to alter the color of your hardwood floors by adding a non-toxic, non-damaging dye to your hardwood floors that are bound to make them look rich, deep, and ultimately stunning in appearance. We offer hardwood staining that is available for most types of wood and is done with efficiency and precision across your entire hardwood surface. Once your hardwood floors have been adequately stained, they’re then coated with a finish to give them their final layer of protection and beauty.
When it comes to staining your hardwood floors, you’ll be delighted to know that you have a selection of colors to choose from. You can choose from lightening your hardwood floors with golds and amber tones, or you can consider deepening its color with mahogany and maroon shades. You can also stain your floors with neutral colors such as grey, natural beige, white, and tan. If you want to emphasize the original shade of the wood and brighten it up more, we can also add a stain that is color-matched and enhances the wood’s natural beauty.
Maintaining your stained hardwood floors is not all that challenging or much different than maintaining the hardwood floors if they were not stained. It's important to add a finish to your hardwood floors, regardless of a stain, because the finish gives your floors a layer of protection and beauty so that they cannot be altered when walked on or when they come in contact with moisture. If your wood is not treated and finished, you'll notice that is will begin to change colors, mold, decay, or soften over time. If your hardwood floors happen to become damaged with a finish and sealant on them, we can also assist in flooring repairs.
Staining your hardwood floors is a great way to revitalize the appearance of existing hardwood floors and prolonging the lifespan of the floors themselves. Staining the hardwood means that you're able to get more use of existing hardwood or while enhancing the beauty of the hardwood if it's a new installation. The stains themselves can be adjusted to your liking, which means you'll have the opportunity to customize your wood floors as much as possible before adding the final touches. Staining your hardwood can also be done to match any other furnishings or surroundings, such as cabinets, built-in furniture pieces, and so much more.