• 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

Unfinished

Prefinished


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

Prefinished or Unfinished Wood Flooring?

  • 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