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caligal

02:35PM | 07/18/09
Member Since: 07/17/09
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I'm looking for a good, reputable company to help me install new hardwood floors.

Our current hardwood floors are badly damaged and desperately need to be replaced.

I live in the Bay Area and prefer to hire a good company that serves the local area.

I'm interested in quality, professional work. Finances are an issue so I need a company that's affordable.

Can anyone recommend companies in the Bay Area that meet my needs?

Also, how much involvement on my part is necessary for a project like this?

Thanks.

reuben65

02:41PM | 07/22/09
Member Since: 07/21/09
1 lifetime posts
A friend of mine just recently hired Oakland Wood Floors to install his hardwood floors.

My buddy knows nothing about flooring and thus let OWF take the reigns on the project. According to him, they were efficient, hard working and experienced.

They are located in the Bay Area so it could be a good fit for you. Not sure about their pricing, but if I remember correctly, my friend said they were very reasonable. go to www.oaklandwoodfloors.us for more info.

Unfixable

12:41PM | 07/24/09
Member Since: 07/23/09
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You should not have to do anything but move precious breakables out of the way, if you get your wood floors done. Most firms take care of the rest, even moving couches and such.

Money is definitely an issue for everyone with the economy and all, but if you can afford to get the floors redone, it is definitely worth it.

We have had our floors redone in two homes - the most recent nine years ago, and the floors still look great!

Kevin "I Really Can't Fix It" Beese
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