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Hardwood Flooring Installers in Portland, OR

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Prescreened Hardwood Flooring Installers in Portland, OR

All Wood Floor Company, Inc.
4.89
3 Verified Ratings
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(360) 313-0967
P.O. Box 97614
Portland, OR 97290
 
Calhoun Hardwoods
5.0
3 Verified Ratings
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(866) 807-2156
5251 Southeast 63rd Avenue
Portland, OR 97206
 
 
FoxTrot Construction, LLC
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(360) 313-0930
9315 Southeast 91st Avenue
Portland, OR 97086
 
Pioneer Hardwood Floors
4.82
19 Verified Ratings
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(503) 205-7856
3011 Southeast 134th Avenue
Portland, OR 97236
 
 
Flooring Pro, Inc.
4.71
51 Verified Ratings
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(360) 313-0492
12023 Schiller Street
Portland, OR 97266
 

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Cost to hire a Install or Completely Replace Wood Flooring in Portland

Most homeowners spent between:
$2,706 - $7,283
Average Cost:
$4,710
Min cost:
$1,200
Max cost:
$10,100

Reviews of Portland Hardwood Flooring Installers

Project: Install or Completely Replace Wood Flooring
West Linn, OR

Work done quickly Excellent job of cleanup upon completion

 
Project: Install or Completely Replace Wood Flooring
Portland, OR

I'm so very pleased to have hired this company. I felt that the crew wanted my floors to look as good as I did. They were very conscientious and thorough. I'm loving my beautiful floors! Thank you Maybach Homes. Davis family

 
Project: Install or Completely Replace Wood Flooring
Portland, OR

Very efficient, professional. We might have done more price/bid comparison but we had many projects underway and Scott w/ FCI made the selection, install easy for the upper floor of home--full service (even furn moving support). Great customer focus with whole team: sales-delivery-install-owner. Only lesson has to do with the product--with suggestion that 'imperfect' boards (there are always some in a manufactured run!) NOT be installed. Would use them again for our main floor.

 

Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Portland, Oregon

Mike Brennan Floor Covering
32700 S.E. Leewood Lane #94
Boring, OR 97009
Harmon Enterprises
1220 Farrview Ct.
West Linn, OR 97068
Buyright Carpet & Vinyl, Inc.
5431 S. E. Foster Rd.
Portland, OR 97206
Pacific Building and Remodeling, Inc.
P.O. Box 80794
Portland, OR 97280
Accuracy Plus Carpet & Floor Care
22930 S.W. Mandan Dr
Tualatin, OR 97062

Things to Consider Before You Install or Completely Replace Wood Flooring in Portland, Oregon:

  • What are you looking for?
  • What best describes this flooring project?
  • Select the type of wood flooring you would like to install:
  • Have you already purchased the materials for this project?
  • Select the rooms involved in this flooring project:

    Multiple rooms
    Kitchen
    Living or dining room
    Bathroom
    Bedroom(s)
    Other living space

Ideas & Inspiration from Portland Flooring & Carpet Contractors


Portland Wood Flooring

In Portland, wood flooring is synonymous with luxury. The single most coveted residential flooring, hardwood floors are a great selling point when it comes time to put your home on the market and can positively impact the value of your home. Timeless as it is, wood flooring is a grounded flooring option that lacks the stuffiness of, say, marble tile. From Tigard to Beaverton, Lake Oswego to Aloha, and throughout the greater Portland area, HomeAdvisor has helped facilitate the relationship between Portland homeowners and wood flooring contractors.

Maintenance
One of the best aspects of wood flooring is the relatively low level of maintenance that is required to care for your floor. Weekly sweeping and an occasional dry-mopping or using wood flooring cleaners should be enough for a basic maintenance schedule. Every few years you may also need to have your wood flooring resealed, depending on the level of abuse, foot traffic, and exposure to water your floor experiences. With time, your wood floor may also scratch or show signs of warping. Most damage that does occur to wood flooring can be remedied by stripping, sanding, and refinishing the floor. This process can work miracles, and you shouldn't give up on older wood flooring until you've consulted a Portland wood flooring professional.

Cost of Hardwood Flooring
Though few homeowners believe hardwood flooring is cheap, you may still suffer from some initial sticker shock when you begin to solicit estimates. The average cost of wood flooring installation in Portland is slightly lower than the national average of $5,000. Recently, we've seen projects as low as $1,300, although several thousand dollars is closer to the norm, and $10,000 is not unheard of for larger projects. In general, wood flooring generally costs about 25 percent more than laminate, twice as much as tile, and three times as much carpet. Of course, as a long-term investment for personal enjoyment and property value, as long as you properly care for your flooring, you won't be disappointed by this luxurious home improvement that should last several decades.

Installation
As flooring installation goes, it doesn't get more involved than wood flooring. Once your floor is delivered to your home, it will need to be opened and left to sit for a week or more to acclimate to the moisture levels in your home. In some circumstances, you may also need to buy an air dehumidifier or filters to regulate the atmosphere in your home. The goal is to minimize the movement associated with fluctuating moisture and temperature levels. A hardwood floor inlay or other subflooring preparation may also be needed for proper installation. Under almost no circumstances is wood flooring installation a viable DIY project.

Alternatives
Another way to combat the moisture problem, especially in high moisture areas, such as basements, bathrooms, and kitchens, is to consider wooden flooring alternatives. Engineered wood flooring uses several layers of composite wood with a wood veneer to allow the floor to expand and contract without harm. Laminate flooring is even more durable. You may be able to scratch laminate, so you should be careful dragging heavy furniture across your floor, but by buying extra planks of laminate, repairing any damage that does occur is a fairly simple process.