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Wood Floor Refinishing Contractors in Mesa, AZ

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Prescreened Wood Floor Refinishing & Restoration Services in Mesa, AZ

Arizona Flooring Pros, LLC
1 Verified Ratings
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(602) 687-4202
708 East 7th Drive
Mesa, AZ 85204
All Pro Floors, LLC
36 Verified Ratings
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(480) 296-2012
19050 N 2nd Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85027

Serving Mesa, AZ
Creta Universal Construction, LLC
322 Verified Ratings
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(602) 782-4288
11026 N 42nd St
Phoenix, AZ 85028

Serving Mesa, AZ
Tony Rivera Flooring, LLC
58 Verified Ratings
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(480) 567-9206
14237 N 51st Dr
Glendale, AZ 85306

Serving Mesa, AZ
Enmar Hardwood Flooring
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(602) 527-2061
560 East German Road, Suite 105
Gilbert, AZ 85297

Serving Mesa, AZ

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Cost to Refinish Wood Flooring in Mesa

Most homeowners spent between:
$1,150 - $2,844
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Reviews of Mesa Hardwood Floor Refinishers

Project: Refinish Wood Flooring
Scottsdale, AZ w

Great work at a reasonable price. Rustin was curteous, on time, project was done in 1 day.

Project: Refinish Wood Flooring
Mesa, AZ w

Very professional business experience. Friendly, answered questions readily and clearly and did exactly as promised, on time.! I will hire them in the future if needed.

Project: Refinish Wood Flooring
Phoenix, AZ w

Great job. Explained everything very clearly. Arrived onetime and were very responsive to our specific needs.


Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Mesa, Arizona

Eddie's Professional Carpets, Inc.
1737 S. Lemon
Mesa, AZ 85206
Canyon Breeze Tile & Stone, LLC
11569 W. Olive Drive
Avondale, AZ 85323
A Touch Of Class Hardwood Inc.
2201 S. 7th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Floor Fashions
606 W Southern Ave. Suite #2
Tempe, AZ 85282
Cut Above Building Systems
1815 W. First Ave
Mesa, AZ 85202

Things to Consider Before You Refinish or Restore Hardwood Flooring:

  • What are you looking for?
  • Does the floor have any of the following problems? (Check all that apply)

    Water damage
    Pet stains
    Don't know
  • Where are the hardwood floors located?

    Living room
    Dining room
    Stair Landing
    Family room
  • Select the stain color you would like for your refinished wood floors:

Ideas & Inspiration from Mesa Flooring & Carpet Contractors

Mesa Wood Floor Refinishing

Most people living in a Southwest city such as Mesa, Arizona, will never need to think about refinishing hardwood floors. This is because the style of home common in this region generally calls for tiled or carpeted floors as opposed to wood in most areas. And while the area is mostly made up of relatively modern homes, with many built in the housing boom of the 1990s and early 2000s, Mesa has a few key areas that include historic properties dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century.

In addition, many of the area's luxury homes and modern renovations include some wood flooring areas which, though newer, will eventually need to be refinished over time as they accumulate scratches and other signs of wear. Indeed, in a region where many homes fall into the category of tract housing, including or reviving wood floors in a renovation adds interest and character to your space, which has a positive effect on your home's overall value.

Local Cost Information

According to real cost reports, the average price paid to refinish wood floors in the greater Phoenix-metropolitan area, which includes Mesa, is $1,769 for a 300-square-foot room, with most homeowners paying between $1,136 and $2,402 for the job. This is slightly higher than the national average, which is $1,552 with most homeowners paying between $1,000 and $2,107.

Given the fact that wood floors appear almost exclusively in high-end and historical homes in the Phoenix area, these costs aren’t very surprising. Older homes have a more specific set of needs that make restoration more difficult. Similarly, high-end homes likely have more square footage than the smaller homes that commonly feature wood floors in the Northeast and Midwest areas of the country that are also included in the national average.

Licensing and Qualifications Needed

The State of Arizona requires all contractors, including "floor covering contractors," to hold a license in order to work within its boundaries if they are bidding on a project that costs more than $750. Wood flooring contractors specifically must have at least one year of experience to apply for a license, but they do not need to pass an additional trade exam. Arizona further distinguishes between residential and commercial contractors in all fields, meaning that any professional you hire to refinish your wood floors must hold a residential contractor license or work for a company who does. You can check on the status of an Arizona-licensed contractor at the state's license query website.

Other Projects to Consider 

When it’s time to refinish hardwood floors, the most common question homeowners have is whether or not refinishing is the right choice compared to resealing or replacing the floors entirely. While, clearly, the best results will come from new flooring, this is also a much more expensive option.

Resealing, on the other hand, is a less-invasive procedure that costs less because it does not require sanding. This is a good option for newer wood flooring that just needs to be "refreshed," perhaps before putting your home on the market.

Another common addition to a hardwood refinishing job is hardwood flooring repair. Rather than replacing the entire floor, it is common for homeowners to repair spots that are worn, splintered, or faded. Contractors can also reset areas of the floors, eliminating annoying squeaks or creaks.

List of Prominent Neighborhoods in Mesa, AZ

Only 20 miles east of metropolitan Phoenix, Mesa is the state's third-largest city and the 38th-largest city in the United States. A very economically diverse area that encompasses a massive (by metropolitan standards) 133 square miles, Mesa's homes are incredibly diverse as well. In fact, real estate listings consistently feature a variety of small condos and townhomes on the western side, closer to the City of Phoenix, which directly contrast with the massive, mansion-style homes on the southern and eastern borders.

Most people who live in the Phoenix metro area view Mesa as one city divided into two unequal parts, East Mesa and West Mesa. These parts are separated by Center Street, a large thoroughfare that runs north to south just east of I-87. Despite its name, Center Street does not divide the city in half, but it does serve as the point where street names change from east to west (such as East University Drive vs. West University Drive). Center Street also serves as a social boundary for many people living in Mesa and its surrounding areas.