The Right Decision for Your Hardwood Floors!
Buff & Coat Refinishing | Full Sanding | Hardwood Floor Installation
At Buff and Coat, we strive to provide you with the best hardwood flooring experience possible. Our commitment to excellent customer service and high-quality products has enabled us to become the go-to provider for many people looking for beautiful hardwood floors built to last. But don't just take our word for it. Here's what customers have been saying about their experiences with us!
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"My Hardwood floors look brand new and the gentlemen that came out to do the job were super professional and friendly!"
"Buff and Coat is an outstanding company! We love our wood floors again!"
"We needed our wood floors redone before listing our home. Ray and the team went above and beyond to accommodate our timeline. The floors turned out beautifully ~ and we sold our home!"
Hardwood floors do not harbor allergens or pathogens, and are a healthy flooring choice for people sensitive to dust and other particles.
Realtors estimate a 70-80% return on investment for hardwood and a possible increase of two percent on home sale prices due to hardwood floors.*
Hardwood floors handle heavy foot traffic and dropped items easily. Hardwood never peels or cracks like other flooring materials.
A water and vinegar solution is all you need to keep your hardwood floors looking clean and fresh. With proper maintenance of your protective topcoat, floors last a lifetime.
Historically, hardwood floors have always been a popular choice and they still are. With all the styles and colors available today, hardwood goes with any decor.
If you want to install a hardwood floor, call us. Refinish a hardwood floor? Call us. We are hardwood flooring specialists equipped to handle all your needs.
Our dustless, odorless, done-in-a-day process refreshes your floor half the cost of sanding.
Our full sanding services allow you to change the color of your floor or remove heavy damage.
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