1 Above Parr Hardwood Floors, Inc PARR (7277) Serving Colorado since 1987 New Floor Installation Sand, Fill and Refinish Screen & Coat Water Damage & Repairs Stairs, Trim and Vents Pre-Finished & Laminate Custom Patterns Floor Care Products
2 Call Today for a FREE Quote PARR (7277) Page 2 Custom Medallion Brazilian Cherry Lyptus Walnut Ash
3 Above Parr Hardwood Floors, Inc. Page 3 ABOVE PARR is a full service hardwood floor company specializing in installation, refinishing as well as water damage restoration. We are dedicated to providing quality workmanship and professional service to our residential and commercial customers. Services Installation Including wood, installation, sanding, filling and finishing with 2 coats oil based polyurethane or 3 coats water based urethane. Floors can have a 3rd coat of oil based polyurethane or stain added to the project as well as trim work at an additional cost. Sand, Fill & Refinish Natural or stained with 2 or 3 coats of oil based polyurethane or 3 coats of water based urethane. There is an extra charge for glue and mastic removal. Screen & Coat This service is for floors in good shape that are in need of a fresh coat of finish. Floor must be free of waxes and oils. Water Damage Restoration Complete repair and restoration of water damaged floors. This includes replacement of wet wood. Pre-Finished Hardwood Installation We offer a full line of pre-finished hardwood floors from Bruce, Somerset and the Palo collections. This service is broken out in pricing in two categories: wood cost (based on your selection of wood) and installation. Repairs and Other The following services can be added to your project: Repairs to small to medium size areas. Carpet removal/prep, staples and tack strips. Haul carpet and trash to the dump. Baseboard installation. Base shoe painted pine or oak. Kitchen appliance movement-2 way stove and refrigerator.
4 Call Today for a FREE Quote PARR (7277) Page 4 Services Installation Wood Species: American Cherry Select or Common Grade Ash Select, #1 or #2 Grades Brazilian Cherry Clear Grade Hickory Select, #1 or #2 Grades Maple - Premium/Select, 2 nd or 3 rd Grades Oak Red or White. Clear, Select, #1 or #2 Grades Walnut - Select or Common Grade Stain your choice of color (optional) Finish: 2 or 3 coats Oil based polyurethane 3 coats Water based urethane Sand, Fill and Refinish Stain your choice of color (optional) Finish: 2 or 3 coats Oil based polyurethane 3 coats Water based urethane Screen and Recoat Finish: 1 coat Oil based polyurethane 1 coat Water based urethane Pre-Finished Hardwood Floors Wood cost (based on your wood selection) Installation Repairs Carpet removal/prep, staples and tack strips Haul carpet and trash to dump Trim/Baseboard installation 3¼ solid hardwood or paint grade Base shoe painted Pine or Oak Kitchen appliance movement Floor Care Products Poly Glow Hardwood Cleaner (Concentrate that dilutes with water) Stick on felt furniture protective pads Tap-in felt pads (Hammer in pads for wood leg chairs)
5 Above Parr Hardwood Floors, Inc. Wood Species Page 5 American Cherry Premier species of the North American Hardwoods. The varying grades allow one to be rather grand or casual in the floors appearance. Extremely light sensitive, cherry darkens dramatically over time and character marks become distinguishing features. Color can range significantly between boards, with shades ranging from light to dark reddish-brown to light pink. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 950 Walnut Usually dark brown in color, although the sapwood may be nearly white to tan. Walnut is an elegant wood whose richness is renowned. To minimize the sapwood variations it is steamed to create a more uniform and rich floor. It is stunning and distinctive; combined with the deep dark hue it makes for a magnificent, defining floor. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 1010 Red Oak Extremely popular choice. Usually reddish in tone and in its natural state; however the species takes stains of varying colors quite well. Red Oak is uniform in color, with a desirable rich wheat hue and tighter, more closely held grain pattern, mellowing the floors overall appearance. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 1290 Ash Is a fantastic character wood. Ash displays perhaps the most wonderfully pronounced grain. It has a wide to broad range of grains and color that make it uniquely the most consistent choice for those looking for character wood or real wood feel. Ash takes stain extremely well and its grain characteristics allow it to highlight a beauty only nature can provide. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 1320 White Oak A very common choice for flooring. Most boards are typically light brown in their natural state; however the species does take stain nicely. White Oak is uniform in color while grain patterns and color vary widely in grades and cuts. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 1360 Maple Hickory Best choice for light and uniform appearance. Similar hardness to Oak. It is modern and contemporary and durable while providing a nice clean appearance. Maples biggest drawback, is that it will shrink certain times of the year, producing cracks between the boards. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 1450 Hickory has wild color variations and is a very dense hardwood. Almost calico, the color variations are similar to the of the character grades of Maple. Widths: 1½, 2¼, 3¼, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 1820 Brazilian Cherry Brazilian Cherry is as beautiful as it is durable. Freshly milled Brazilian cherry has a yellowish/tan color. This dramatically darkens over several months to the popular reddish brown/burgundy color. The deep, rich color contains fine, dark, mineral streaks. This is the hardest of your wood choices. Widths: 2½, 3, 4, 5 Thickness: 3/4 Hardness: 2350 Relative Hardness measured in PSI. The pressure it takes to indent the wood.
6 Call Today for a FREE Quote PARR (7277) Page 6 Select Your Wood White Oak Select White Oak #1 White Oak #2 Red Oak Select Red Oak #1 Red Oak #2
7 Above Parr Hardwood Floors, Inc. Page 7 Select Your Wood Walnut Select Walnut Common Hickory Select Hickory Common American Cherry Select American Cherry Common Ash Select Ash #1 Ash #2
8 Call Today for a FREE Quote PARR (7277) Page 8 Select Your Wood & Wood Vents Lyptus Wenge Visit Our Website for a Complete Guide to Selecting Your Wood We offer a full line of vents to harmonize with the floor. They can be decorative adding a splash of style or they can match perfectly and blend.
9 Above Parr Hardwood Floors, Inc. Trim, Custom Borders and Inlays Page 9 We can design custom borders and inlays to enhance the look of your floor and your room. There are many different species you can choose from to create your own unique style.
10 Call Today for a FREE Quote PARR (7277) Page 10 What to Expect Installation When you choose a new hardwood floor, expect to have the wood delivered 3-6 days prior to installing to allow for acclamation. We then prep your floor, remove your baseboards and install you floor. You can be in the house during the installation process. However, once the finish is applied you will not be able to walk on the floor and there will be an odor for a fair amount of time depending on the type of finish you choose. Sand, Fill and Refinish When a floor is sanded you can expect some inconvenience with staying in your home. Expect for us to hang plastic to control the dust. The floor is now sanded down to raw wood. We fill the floor with wood filler, then sand off the filler with a fine grit sand paper. Next we screen the floor with a buffer, scrape the corners and vacuum the dust off. The floor is now stained or has its 1 st coat applied if it is going natural. The next day we screen the floor, clean it and apply the next coat. This process is repeated for a 3 rd coat. Screen and Coat This service is for floors in good shape that need a fresh coat of finish. The floor must be free of waxes and oils. We screen the floor with a fine grit screen then clean the floor and apply another coat of finish. This is a maintenance procedure that we recommend be done every 2-4 years. Water Based vs. Oil Based Finishes Water Based Urethanes These finishes are best when you need quick drying and extra durability. Water based finishes dry in 2 hours, they give your floor a lighter color in their natural state and the finish has less smell while drying. Brands of water based like Traffic from Bona Kemi give you extra durability over polyurethane. You must lay 3 coats of water based finish, so we charge our 3 coat polyurethane price and the cost is higher due to the more expensive product. Oil Based Polyurethanes These finishes are best when a more economical finish is called for. Polyurethanes take 8-12 hours to dry and have a strong smell while drying. Consider not staying in the area while the finish is drying. Oil based also has an ambering and goldening effect to the wood in its natural state. Polyurethanes are the standard for new construction and empty properties; they are also still used on the majority of sand in place floors.
11 Above Parr Hardwood Floors, Inc. Care and Maintenance Page 11 Sweep or vacuum floor to remove grit and debris. Make sure the vacuum wand has a bristle brush or felt tip. Swiffer dry wipes also work well. Wet wipe clean the floor using a polyurethane floor cleaner. Spray cleaner on the floor and wipe off using a terry cloth head cleaner. ***Do not clean hardwood floors with oil soaps, furniture oil, Pledge, Old English, etc.*** These items can cause finish bonding problems when you do your next coat. Place protective pads under all the furniture. Stick-on pads are good on pieces that don't move. We suggest tap-ins for wood leg dining table chairs. Refrigerator wheels can make bad marks. We suggest a 4'x4' 1/4" plywood sheet to roll the refrigerator on. The bottom edge of the base near the refrigerator should be caulked to prevent water from getting under the floor in case of a leak. Consider drilling holes thru the hardwood and sub floor under the water connection to allow and escape in case of a leak. Screen and re-coat the floor when it begins to show signs of wear. Do not let the floor wear to the point that the traffic lanes turn gray. This service is recommended every 2-4 years.
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