Wood flooring can be a time-consuming job, but a new $10 million deal could change that for homeowners.
Wood floors are one of the fastest-growing construction materials, and the market is now worth over $50 billion, according to the Wood Products Association.
Wood floors have long been a labor-intensive process, but there are a number of refinishing options out there for them, including the ability to use reclaimed wood as flooring.
And, it’s only going to get more complicated as more people start buying homes.
Wood flooring has the potential to save homeowners hundreds of dollars on a new roof or an older home.
And a new wood flooring refinishing service is coming online soon, Wood Floors.
The new service, Wood Flooring Re-Finishing, is designed to help homeowners who don’t have the time or money to spend months on a refinishing job.
Wood Flooring Refinishing will provide homeowners with a new look for their homes, along with a few savings.
The company is currently offering refinishing services to homeowners in several cities across the country.
“For the most part, we offer refinishing to new and existing homeowners.
We do a lot of refinishings for our older homeowners and renters, and we’re adding refinishing for new homeowners,” said Lisa McLeod, Wood floors customer service manager.
“Our goal is to get these refinishments done in a timely manner, so we can save them money over the long term.”
Wood Floorings Refinishment will provide an option for homeowners to save $10 for every $10 spent on refinishing a new or existing home.
The program offers a 30-day money back guarantee.
McLeod said refinishing is often more labor- and material-intensive than flooring, but it also comes with its own benefits.
“When you look at the benefits of a wood floor, it is a very versatile product.
You can install it, it can be painted, stained, you can also make it a custom color.
It’s not just a simple wall, it has a lot to offer,” McLeod explained.
“And the whole process can be done with a fraction of the time that you would have it done on a traditional floor.
It just takes a fraction more time.”
In addition to the refinishing cost, the program will also provide homeowners a savings of around $50.
Wood Floers will even work with homeowners who have a $25,000 down payment to help cover the cost of refinishes.
Wood Floorers will be accepting applications for the program through January 31st.
For homeowners who are looking to get a wood floors refinishing, Woodfloors has some great deals on the way.
The refinishing process will be offered in 10 cities in California, Texas, Michigan, Illinois, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Florida, Missouri, Georgia and Virginia.
In addition to refinishing homes for $50, homeowners will also get an additional $50 for the first refinishing of the home.
For homeowners who can’t afford to spend a lot more, Woodfloorers will also offer $100 discounts on refinish kits, and $100 to homeowners who buy a refinisher kit and $300 to homeowners with $100 down.