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This house originally had knotty pine throughout, roughly 1200 square feet, and a curled set of cherry stair treads. Once the Ford Custom Renovation team had completed the tear-out of the pine, we prepped the subfloor, sanded it, coated it with Bona R540, and installed 5.25 inch white oak throughout the entire house. We then prepped the floor and stained it Weathered Oak.

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We were hired to complete a repair where a refrigerator had leaked. Once we pulled up the damaged floor, however, we discovered that the existing floor had been installed directly over an old floor, and as such did not have a proper subfloor beneath it. And that was true throughout the entire kitchen, not just where the repair needed to be completed. We met with our customers and explained that the best practice would be to tear out the entire floor, then tear out the subfloor, install a proper subfloor, and then install a new hardwood floor to replace their old one. Our customers were thrilled, and we felt great about having legitimately helped them. 

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