Hardwood Floor Stains and Finishes
If you’re looking for a high-quality floor stain, oil, or wax to ensure your hardwood floor installation looks remarkable for plenty of years to come, we have what you need. Panel Town offers a wide scope of hardwood floor stain colors and floor finishes for any kind of natural hardwood flooring. Keep your wood floors clear of excess dirt, moisture, dust, and debris with our premium types of hardwood floor finishes. We have dark color stains to add a fresh dimension of character to your floors, transparent sealing finish to preserve the wooden color you already like, and everything in-between. Browse our full selection of hardwood floor stains and finishes now.
Hardwood Floor Stains & Finishes for Every Home
You might be surprised by how much hardwood floor finishing can impact the look of your living space. Choosing the right wood flooring stains can bring warmth and light to a room. The wrong product can make an area look dark and uninviting. At Panel Town & Floors, we can help you choose hardwood floor finishes to create the perfect vibe for your space.
We have wood stain in various colors to achieve the look you have in mind. All of our wood floor refinishing products – from water-based floor stain to oil stain hardwood floors – are made with quality ingredients that give life to dull floors for many years.
Reasons for Staining a Hardwood Floor
Maybe it's been too many years since the floor was last stained, and the floor is yellowish and dull. Or, perhaps you've purchased a fixer-upper and the floors are crying out for attention. Whatever the reason that you need wood flooring stains, you've come to the right place. At Panel Town & Floors, we have the right stain and floor finishing supplies for the job.
If an overwatered plant, a leaky ceiling or a pet accident has damaged your floor, a stain for hardwood floor surfaces can work wonders. Some caution is required before you embark on choosing a stain. If the water damage to your hardwood floor goes beyond the wood's surface, replacement of that portion of the floor may be your only recourse.
Maybe you've discovered that your new furniture and the hardwood floors in your home aren't compatible. If so, one of our hardwood floor stains may be the solution. For furniture with a rustic feel, choose wood flooring stains in mid-tones to brown shades. On the other hand, if your furniture is modern, when selecting hardwood floor finishes, colors like ebony, white or gray are your best bet.
House for Sale
One of the features buyers look for when purchasing a home is hardwood floors. If your floors have seen better days, you can elevate your home's resale value with hardwood floor stains that restore the warm, welcoming look of your living space.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hardwood Floor Stains
Our customers have a lot of questions about hardwood floor finishing. Here are some of the most common inquiries we've received. If you don't find the answer to your question here, please contact us. We'll be happy to help with any concerns related to our flooring.
What Kind of Wood Floors Are Best for Staining?
Oak is the best candidate for wood flooring stains. Avoid staining mahogany, cherry, walnut and maple floors, which may not handle the stain as you would wish. It's wise to test a small, inconspicuous area of your hardwood floor before staining the entire area.
Is Oil-Based or Water-Based Stain Better for My Wood Floors?
Both oil-based and water-based hardwood floor stains will last a long time, but many contractors believe that oil-based stains outlast the water-based variety by a few years.
How Do I Prepare My Floor for Staining?
Once you've emptied the room, use a random orbital sander, going over the floor's surface three times. With each pass, use a lighter-grit abrasive. Remove the dust using a heavy-duty shop vac. Finally, wipe down the floors with rags that have been dampened with mineral spirits. Now you're ready to apply the finishes for hardwood flooring.
What Do I Use as a Top Coat?
Once you've stained your hardwood floor, it's best to apply one coat of color sealer and at least two coats of a protectant finishing (such as polyurethane). We have a great selection of hardwood floor finishing products to choose from.
Rely on Panel Town & Floors for Quality Hardwood Floor Stains & More
Hardwood floor finishing is a joy when you have the right products for the job. Whether you're a homeowner, contractor, designer or DIYer, Panel Town & Floors has the quality hardwood floor stain and finish products you need to enhance the value and eye appeal of any living space.
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