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We are a family owned company located in the heart of the Bay Area.
We have been in the flooring industry for over 30 years.

We have over 500 happy & satisfied accounts located across California, Nevada, and Texas.
We are WHOLESALE ONLY.  NO sales to the public or contractors.

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An Amazing Way to Build From the Floor Up

Check out our selection of flooring material and colorways.

With the latest flooring models, uniqueness is something we create.

Engineered Floor Installation

Float-In - Glue-Down - Nail Down: Please read and review ALL installation instructions completely before proceeding with the installation process. We recommend that the installer follow all guidelines set forth by the National Wood Flooring Association for job site, sub-floor and general installations.

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Laminate Install

SUB-FLOOR PREPARATION ·All sub-floors must be dry, clean, smooth, level, free from all existing adhesive residues, and free from movement or deflection. ·The sub-floor must be level ·Fill and level all plywood seams and concrete cracks, construction joints, control joints, depressions, grooves and all other irregularities. ·Use patching compound as needed. ·Prior to installation of floor, sweep and/or vacuum sub-floor to remove all dust and debris.

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Strand Click Bamboo Installation

Strand Click Bamboo Installation

We carry Strand Click Bamboo in four colors. Flat surface in Natural and Mocha. Hand-Scraped in Caramel and Java.

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Product Inspections

Inspection of flooring must be done before installation.

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Sub-Floor Preparation

Please refer to the NOFMA guidelines for details before installation.

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Acclimation - General Conditions

All products should be properly acclimated prior to installation.

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Installation Tips

Checklist for nail or staple down

Tools you might need: Power Miter Saw Tenon, Circular, or Hand Saw Claw Hammer and Nail Punch (specified by the flooring manufacturer) Straight Edge Measuring Tape Moisture Meter (for both wood and concrete) Chalk line and Chalk Level and Leveling Compound #20 Grit Sandpaper Rubber Mallet and Tapping Block (note: hitting the hardwood without a tapping block damages the finish) Pry Bar Utility Knife Safety Gear, such as goggles and ear plugs Power Nailer Hardwood Flooring Nails Finishing Nails Flooring Screws 15 lb Asphalt Paper and/or Vapor Barrier Film Underlayment with Vapor Barrier (Only for Engineered Hardwood) Filler Stick and Touch Up Marker Broom and Dust Pan

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Warranty

Natural wood will expand and contract with fluctuation in humidity, leaving small gaps between the boards. To minimize this, use humidity control in the home, and proper acclimation before installation. Place natural fiber rugs at entry points to help trap grit and absorb moisture that may damage the finish. This can protect the floors from dirt or water. Certain rugs with rubber bottoms or non-skid pads may leave an imprint on the floor. To prevent abrasive dirt and dust from accumulating and scratching the finish, sweep or vacuum the floor with a soft brush on a regular basis. Vacuuming should only be done with machines that have a hard surface setting to prevent damage from the rollers. Refrain from damp mop. Use only the cleaning products designed specifically for hardwood floors. Never use wax, oil-based detergent or any other household cleaners on the floors. These may dull or damage the finish, leaving a greasy film and making the floor slippery and more difficult to clean. Do Not use spray polishes or other cleaners that are designed for other types of wood furnishings. Wipe spills immediately. Be especially attentive to sink, dishwasher, stove tops and dining rooms, which are more prone to harmful spills. Add felt pads to all furniture and chair legs to prevent damage to the floor. Replace the felt pads when dirty or worn. For extremely heavy objects, use wide non-staining rubber cups. Damaged or worn high heel shoes may expose a metal tip, which is certain to damage the surface finish. Keep high heel shoes in good condition. Protect your floor against direct sunlight or any intense source of artificial lighting. Over time, intense natural and artificial light will discolor hardwood floors.

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What is the hardest wood to avoid dents and scratches?

There is no real relationship between the hardness or denseness of exotic woods when it comes to surface scratches. Most consumers purchase a certain wood because they like the look of the wood flooring. Denting or scratching is most likely going to happen at some point and typical warranties will not cover this as it is normal wear and tear.

Your real protection against scratches and dents is the finish. While some finishes claim to be harder than others, most oil-based or water-based urethanes are scratch resistant, not scratch proof. Our 

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How do I acclimate my flooring? Do all floors get acclimated or just solid wood?