Eugene Floor Staining Contractors

Oregon Wood Floor Staining Experts

Looking to stain your wood floors? Staining your floors can give your home a complete makeover, but you need to make sure you know what you’re getting into so that the color and consistency comes out perfect. Here at Raven Flooring we know the perfect methods to give your floors a proper stain.

 

What’s Important To Consider When Staining Your Floors?

Staining a wood floor is one of the many options you may want to consider when remodeling a home or trying to change it up a bit. For excellent results, however, it is important to get the best stain for wood floors that suits your needs before starting the process. 

 

Stained wood floors will look better off in most homes than bare wood floors or unfinished wood floors. Before you stain your floor it is important to determine what color your floor will be. You may want to consider the color scheme of the room and how it will match with the new stained wood floor.

 

There are so many options in terms of wood stain colors, finishes and treatments that it can be very confusing and stressful trying to find exactly what you need when considering your next project. Understanding what steps must be taken before and after staining will mean that you have better chances at realizing great results from your hard work.

 

Why You Should Hire A Professional Company To Stain Your Floors?

Staining floors requires a lot of work and you want to make sure the investment is worth it and the look comes out beautifully (has the look of professionalism). The right tools and methods will ensure that your floors look great (and take the stress out of the job!). A professional company will ensure that your wood floors are stained in a timely manner and it can be done right.

 

Professional Wood Floor Staining Protection – What Types Should You Look For?

Stain protection is important for your freshly stained wood floor. This will help maintain the integrity of the floor after it is stained and protect it from damage as well. A good example of stain protection would be sealer or clear coat, though there are many other options available for a wood flooring sealer too.

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Our team of flooring contractors here at Raven Flooring put all of our experience into each one of our projects. As a team that has years in the flooring industry we have learned various techniques to achieve the best results for each of our clients while showing them all the benefits we can offer their home improvement project.

 

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