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  • Wood Flooring ProcessSmall company focusing on client care and personalization

  • we can work with your ideas

  • quality focused

  • long lasting floors

  • very customizable

  • dog and child friendly

  • floors with texture


We are a small company of five. Since 2002, we have been providing our clients with flooring that is as unique as they are. We originally started out refinishing wood flooring  in London, Ontario. This consisted of sanding older red oak, pine plank subfloor, fir, and other types of wood floors. As time went on, we saw a need for unique wood flooring, consisting of wide plank, and antique reclaimed flooring. We then expanded our service area to include most of Ontario as well as other provinces for larger jobs. We then made the move to beautiful Huntsville Ontario. We feel that on-site finishing will always have its advantages over prefinished flooring. We are proud to provide only unfinished hardwood flooring and offer a product that retail stores can’t.

Our process with flooring caters to you. We are personable; we enjoy exchanging ideas and look forward to working with people. We take pride in our work and it’s important to us that our clients are happy and satisfied. Everything we sell is customizable. We can vary the specie, board size, texture, colour, sheen level, reclaimed or new material, solid or engineered, typical installation or a pattern. You name it, we have it covered. If you are in need of a very tough hardwood floor that can stand up to heavy traffic in public areas, or you have dogs, children, or an active lifestyle, we can take care of it. If you’ve been searching for a hardwood floor and haven’t found anything that strikes you, we can help. If you have found a hardwood floor online but are unable to source it, we can help. If you are looking for a hardwood floor and don’t want to worry about scratches and wear and tear, we can help. If you are looking for a floor that looks authentic and organic, we can help.

Recent Blog Post

Prefinished Hardwood Flooring vs. Finished...

Posted by on 25th Nov 2019

Each have pros and cons to contend with. Here we will explain and highlight the differences between the two options so you can make the decision that’s best for your circumstances.   Cost is a very important thing to consider when pricing out just about anything. Read More

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