It’s hard to describe in words what a hardwood flooring transformation looks like. The stunning photos below show what Hardwood Revolution can do for your floors.
When the carpet was removed from this room, there was no hardwood underneath. Using a board lacing technique, we added flooring to match the existing hardwood and finished the entire area.
“Is This Worth Saving?”
It’s a common question we hear from homeowners. The answer is almost always “Of course!” Nothing new was added to this floor; the existing wood just needed some cleaning up.
Kitchen Water Damage
This homeowner experienced water damage in the kitchen of their newer home. After removing the damaged flooring, we replaced it with new wood and finished it to match.
When the carpet was removed from this West Saint Paul home, there was mastic—adhesive used to secure the old carpet—that needed removing before we finished the wood.
This project provided a unique challenge: how to prevent people from tripping on the lowest stair. We sanded down the nosing and used custom stain to provide a visual cue.
Minneapolis Home for Sale
We refinished the front room of this house to get it ready for market.
Out with the old, in with the new… bamboo! For this project we replaced the original tile with leftover hardwood from another project.
Landmark Center – Courtroom 317
Originally Saint Paul’s Federal Court House—where gangsters like John Dillinger were tried in this very room—it’s now used for events. After years of moving items in and out, including a grand piano, the floor boards started falling apart. This project was unique because the floor is very uneven from being supported by concrete instead of more common wooden beams. We built unique shapes and pieces to put the floor back together before refinishing the whole room.
In addition to hardwood floors, we also refinish outdoor decks. Note the material that was removed from the last refinishing project. The unique color was chosen to match existing spindles and wood.