We did these oak floors in Richfield today. Actually, we sanded them yesterday and put two coats down then we came back today, buffed everything out, did touch ups and put a final coat down. Don’t they look awesome? I love oak hardwood floors. This is in a 1950s rambler in Richfield MN. Almost every house in Richfield has hardwood floors and oak hardwood floors at that. Any house built between 1940-1960 in Richfield, Bloomington, or Saint Louis Park will have a good chance of having oak hardwood floors. This is a living room and dining room. There are three bedrooms on the main level too that we sanded a few weeks ago but the owner didn’t have enough space to get everything out of the house so we made two trips. We did the bedrooms in two days, then came back a couple weeks later and did the living room and dining room. But you can see the picture. This is an natural oil base finish on red oak flooring. See the reddish tones in the wood and the light coloring of the grains? When you see that coloring you can tell that it is a natural oil base vs a water base or a stain. Water base will leave the floors a lot lighter looking. There won’t be as much color. Most people like the oil a little better so that is what we do on all most every job. We do hardwood floor refinishing in Richfield weekly so call us today!
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