Creating Wood Visions in Wisconsin Floors
When it’s time to remodel or install a new hardwood floor in your home, knowing where to start can be a daunting task. Fortunately, Art Wood Floors has professional designers to guide you through the process. From selecting a wood to deciding where to put it, we are ready to enhance the aesthetic of your home.
A Wide Selection of Wood Designs
Every wood offered by Art Wood Floors has unique visual properties. Everything from the wood’s color to the grain will determine how the finished floor looks in your home. Tell us what style you want and we’ll find the best wood to make it a reality. Whether that means using a sturdy oak your kids can play on or exotic bamboo for a unique appearance, we can work with your styles and tastes to come up with the best new appearance for your wood project.
After choosing from a large selection of traditional and exotic woods, Art Wood Floors contractors will begin installing your hardwood floor. We never use subcontractors or leave a mess behind. With over 20 years of experience, we’ve installed new kitchen floors in as little as 3 days!
Once the floor is installed it’s time to add the stain and finish. We use Bona Floor Care finishing products to keep construction as dust-free as possible. The end result is a floor with beautiful coloring and long-lasting protection.
Custom Flooring Options in Lake Geneva
There’s more to hardwood floors than plain planks. We use stains to transform the color and carefully arranged cuts to leave behind exquisite patterns. Our artisans even craft hardwood medallions to give your floor a truly unique look.
Affordable Wood Floor Designs
The price of hardwood flooring will vary from project to project. The type of wood used, square footage, and construction timeline will all alter the final cost. To make our floors as affordable as possible, we offer free flooring estimates.
Whatever you want from your floor, just ask our designers! Or browse our wood floor gallery to see the many hardwood floors we’ve installed at homes across Wisconsin.