Durable Flooring Done Right
This gorgeous home, by Adam Wilson Homes, deserved the best floor possible. We did the countertops and they came out beautifully. However, a local guy was hired to stain the floor. Before the house was even finished, color started to chip and scratch all over. The first flooring contractor chose to dye and seal the floor, but doing it that way the dye comes right off with the sealer as you see in the images below.
Our solution was to grind off all of the dye and acrylic sealer from the previous contractor and go about doing the floor justice. We want to make durable and timeless work. All of our processes are things that go into the concrete rather than on top.