hardwood floor installation, repair, dustless refinishing

Hardwood Flooring Installation & Repair

 "I'm recommending EverWood Flooring to everyone
I know! It's hard these days to find individuals who do great work and offer great service, who are also trustworthy, professional and have integrity."

- Carol in Nashua, NH

EverWood Flooring offers professional installation and expert wood floor repair services. We also provide information on the flooring products we work with. All products can be purchased and delivered to you or bundled with our installation or repair services for a complete flooring solution.

Wood Floor Installation & Repair Service details are provided on this page, including information on installation and repair services, including ripouts, weaves, water-damage repair.

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Call us: 603-821-4897  or  Email us

This video shows a compilation of some wood floor installation and repair projects


EverWood Flooring offers expert hardwood floor repair and hardwood floor installation services. To discuss you installation project or repair needs, schedule an estimate so we can discuss your options.

        Do you need to remove an existing floor? 
              We can remove the your existing wood, tile, carpet, or other material, 
              and install brand new wood floors. You can choose a prefinished stain, 
              or we can finish the floors on-site!

        Do you need to repair damaged floor boards?
             We can weave-in new flooring materials with your existing wood floors, 
              repairing cracked, gouged, or water-damaged floor boards.  

Our expert wood floor installers can work with you to address all of your wood flooring needs!

Narrowing your hardwood flooring choices...

There are many options when deciding on the type of wood floor to install: Hard wood or soft wood? Solid or engineered? Prefinished or unfinished? The choices go on and on...

As you're researching, here are some things to consider:

  • The shape, size, and location of the room(s) where the wood floor will be installed.
  • The climate and humidity of the space.
  • Are you matching an existing wood finish somewhere else in your home?

Answering these questions will help you get started and narrow your choices as you come closer to your decision. Please contact us with any questions, or to schedule and in-home consultation. We can discuss the choices that are available to you and all of the options you are considering.

or even more detail...
The National Wood Flooring Association has a very information, detailed collection of many different wood species, both domestic and imported. This is great resource when trying to decide on a type of flooring and narrow down your choices. You can even see images of the wood with both water-based and oil-based finishes to give you an idea of what to expect with each finish:
NWFA Species Gallery.

You can also read about the environmental benefits of wood flooring: Environmental Benefits of Wood Floors.

Below you can see a side-by-side comparison between prefinished and unfinished wood flooring. 

Prefinished Unfinished
  • Many affordable flooring options
  • Allows for quick installation, which is ideal for
    high-traffic areas, limiting the interruption that may be experienced by creating a job site out of a living space
  • Prefinished installations can be walked on immediately
  • Handle climate changes well
  • Durable finish, covered under manufacturer warranty
  • Cannot customize or change finish on-site
  • Can eventually be refinished many years later
  • Quickly repair individual boards, without the hassle of sanding the entire room over
  • Many Prefinished products offer a UV coating in finish to reduce fading in direct sunlight
  • Available in many widths and species options
  • Easily match stain to existing trim or floors in your home, or customize the finish on site
  • Possible to weave or "tooth" a new unfinished floor into an existing floor when walls or cabinets are removed
  • Repairing boards requires sanding and refinishing entire room
  • NO Micro-Bevel between boards associated with prefinished flooring
  • Longer process from start to finish due to time needed for finish to dry