Our Process2022-12-31T17:30:29+00:00

Our Process, Your New Floor: Part 1

At Caliber Hardwood Floors, Inc., we have established a system that enables customers to receive the service they deserve, and the floor they desire. An individual, contractor, or homeowner interested in our services can expect customer service that goes above and beyond the status quo.

Our Process, Your New Floor: Part 2

Once we have gathered all the necessary information regarding our approach to your floor, we will begin to assemble an estimate, or quote. In the estimate you can expect to see items such as the job scope overview, a brief description of the work to be completed, measurement totals (in square feet), prices per square foot or item, as well a list of pertinent notes and options.

Our Process, Your New Floor: Part 3

After the aforementioned steps of initial contact, sales call or walk-through, estimate, dates, and contract, it’s finally time for your project to begin! Caliber’s installation and sand and finish technicians bring skill, knowledge, and professionalism to every job.

Why a Wood Floor?

If you’re thinking about getting a new floor in a room or area of your home, you may be asking the question, “Why should I consider a wood floor? What are the benefits of choosing this option?” There’s no beating around the bush - wood flooring is among the

Pre-finished vs. Site-finished wood floors

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Dust Containment System & Sanding of Wood Floors

Many homeowners who are considering having their existing or new wood floors sanded and refinished may wonder how much dust the sanding process creates. Some could fear the creation of a dust storm in their homes from the sanding process, and might imagine the now old-fashioned method of using collection

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