Flooring Pricing Sheet
All Prices Include: Purchase of Materials, Installation, and Finishing
Quartersawn Oak Quartersawn is known for its close grain and relatively uniform appearance, making it a perfect choice for those desiring grain strength and quality. $10.00/ sq. foot
Select Red Oak Select has limited character marks and wide range of color variation. It usually contains a 50-50 mix of select and quartersawn oak. $9.50/ sq. foot
#1 Red or While Oak (In Stock)No.1 is very distinct with its color variation,some small knots, and other character markings,. Lengths range from 2’-7’. $9.00/ sq. foot
#2 Red or While Oak (In Stock)No.2 is generally darker with a variety of colors, knots and grain. Wood lengths overall are shorter. It is our best selling and economical floor. $8.00/sq. foot
Pine Special Order Antique (From barns and buildings…) River Recovered (Recovered from steams, lakes, or rivers), and New Heart Pine (Today’s version of the past). Pine is a popular choice in the south and is available in many different widths and grades. Call for current pricing
SANDING: Prices may vary depending on the floor, but on average the price runs $3.00/sq. ft. for natural and $3.50/sq. ft. for stain.
OTHER AVAILABLE WOODS
Unfinished Glue down; Many Species Available
Glues directly to concrete sub floor. Call for current pricing
¾” Plywood Installed over slab $2.00/sq. foot
All of our wood is certified to meet the strict requirements of The National Wood Flooring Association. All bundles are approximately 20 square feet and are easily handled. All wood can be purchased by the bundle to full truckloads.
Note: Prices and availability are subject to change without notice and change frequently.
Please call for current pricing and availability.
How to Save Money
1. Rent our professional equipment and sand the floors yourself. Our equipment rental comes with our expert guidance through every step.
2. Don’t use your “handyman” brother-in-law, etc. who says he knows how to sand wood floors. It will usually cost you more when we have to fix it–so call us and get it done right the first time.
3. Find your wood online and have us install it. We can save you around $1.00 a square foot.