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Quality installation and repair of hardwood floors.

If you want to add or replace wood floors in your home, or if you have hardwood floors that need refinishing or repair,  Spokane Hardwood Floors is your professional, affordable source serving families and homeowners in the Spokane, Spokane Valley, Cheney, Post Falls, and Coeur d'Alene area! 

 

Give us a call at (509) 209-4581 or use our contact form below to send us an email.

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WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON OUR Honest & Efficient Work

Our mission at Spokane Hardwood Floors is simple: to provide high-quality wood flooring services at an affordable price.

 

We strive to go above and beyond with every project. We pride ourselves on our open communication and exceptional service.

 

If you are in need of repair, replacement or installation of brand new hardwood floors in the Spokane, Coeur d'Alene area, we are here to serve you!

 

To contact us for a free estimate, or for other questions, please contact us using our contact form.  

HARDWOOD FLOOR REPAIR

We can repair your existing hard wood floors.

HARDWOOD FLOOR INSTALLATION

We install new wood floors.

HARDWOOD FLOOR REFINISHING

We can refinish and restore your wood floors.

 
 
 
ABOUT US

Spokane Hardwood Floors was established by Zach Dixon in 2007 in Spokane Washington.   

Zach's passion for serving others and his experience in the hardwood flooring trades motivated him to start a company equally dedicated to restoring floors to their previous beauty or installing amazing new hardwood floors while always striving to keep his prices affordable.

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TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROJECT

Are your hardwood floors looking tired and worn out? Do you have damage or need to repair sections of your wood floors?  Want to add or install hardwood floors in your home?  The professional installation team at Spokane Hardwood Floors would be happy to meet with you, consult with you on your project, and provide a free estimate. 

Please tell us more about your project and what you are looking for by completing the form below. 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How much does it cost to install a hardwood floor?


Are you curious how much it costs to install a new hardwood floor, or replace old or outdated floors with new engineered or hardwood floors? While there are some websites that will provide various ranges, there are many factors that could determine the overall cost of installing new floors. Spokane Hardwood Floors will provide a free, no obigation estimate based on your specific needs. Just call us or use our contact forms on our website. In general, the factors that contribute to the overall cost of installing a new engineered or hardwood floor typically involve: 1. The size and layout of the area to be covered 2. The amount of preparation and/or repair required for the area to be covered. 3. The type of wood or flooring selected. 4. The type of finish desired.




What type of wood floor should I choose?


The type of floor best suited for your needs is based on the overall look or aesthetics you want for your home, as well as considerations for the type and volume of wear or traffic for your floor. Fortunately, there are good options for wood flooring for nearly every home. The three most common types of wood floors have different benefits, applications and often prices. Spokane Hardwood Floors can install any of these types: SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORING: Solid hardwood flooring is made of one piece of wood from top to bottom and can be used in any room that is on or above ground. One of the benefits of solid wood flooring is it can be sanded and refinished many times. ENGINEERED WOOD FLOORS: Engineered wood floors have a top layer made of high-quality wood, with rest of the plank made of other woods. Engineered wood floors expand and contract less than solid wood flooring, making them a good choice for basement installations. Engineered wood floors cannot be sanded or finished as many times as solid wood flooring. COMPOSITE ENGINEERED WOOD FLOORS: Composite engineered wood flooring contains real wood on the wearable surface only. The backing and core material may be made up of any type of composite material. As you can see, the type of wood floor you choose depends on the location of the flooring, how long you may live at the home, as well as other considerations such as the type of sub-floor as well as your budget. Contact Spokane Hardwood Floors for a free, no obigation estimate based on your specific needs. Just call us or use our contact forms on our website.




How much does installing or replacing a wood floor cost?


The cost of replacing an older hardwood floor or installing a new engineered or laminate floor varies significantly by project. Some of the most common variables are the size of the area to be covered, condition of sub-floor and how much patching or repair is necessary to make it suitable for laying down new floors, the type of engineered or solid wood flooring selected, finishes desired, and so on.

The most accurate way to understand the cost of installing or replacing a wood floor in your home - and the different options available - is to contact Spokane Hardwood Floors.

We will visit your Spokane or North Idaho area home and provide a free, no obligation consultation and estimate. Just call us or use our contact forms and get started today!




Wood versus vinyl plank flooring


The technology of the new vinyl plank flooring is a great option for areas where there is a lot of moisture or traffic from people and pets. In fact, its one of the reasons that so many businesses and stores now use vinyl plank flooring is becuase of its durability. However, installing vinyl flooring may look too much like a store or commercial establishment. As good as the new vinyl products are, not many can match the authentic look and feel of real hardwood or engineered wood flooring. Additionally, once a vinyl plank floor starts to wear out or becomes damaged, it must be replaced: You cannot refinish vinyl, and replacing with the exact style of your floor in a few years may be difficult to impossible! If you have an older home with undulating or 'wavy' floors, vinyl plank floors may not be a good solution. Vinly plank flooring is typically installed so that it 'floats' on top of the sub-floor. And if your floors are not flat, this can lead to an inferior installation - or expensive mitigationand fixes to your subflooring flat enough for vinyl. As solid and engineered flooring is nailed directly to the subfloor, the unevenness is compensated for (this will not 'fix' the uneven floor, of course). Spokane Hardwood Floors will provide a free, no obigation estimate based on your specific needs. Just call us or use our contact forms on our website.




Can solid or engineered wood floors be installed on uneven subfloors?


If you have an older home with undulating or 'wavy' floors, wood flooring may be your best option from both an installation persective, as well as for aesthetic reasons. For example, vinyl plank flooring is typically installed so that it 'floats' on top of the sub-floor - the individual planks are not nailed (or glued) directly to the sub-floor. This requires a floor that is reasonable flat. If your floors are not flat, this can lead to an inferior installation - or expensive mitigation to make your subflooring flat enough for vinyl. A solid or engineered wood floor is nailed directly to the subfloor. In this manner, the unevenness (within limits) is compensated for (this will not 'fix' the uneven floor, of course). Spokane Hardwood Floors will provide a free, no obigation estimate based on your specific needs. Just call us or use our contact forms on our website.





SHF GALLERY: OUR WORK

Photos and videos of recent Spokane Hardwood Floors projects for our customers in the Spokane, Eastern Washington and North Idaho area.

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