Save Money, Refinish Your Hardwood Floors Instead of Replacing
Has your old floor lost its luster?
If you have an existing floor that you want to nurture back to life, count on Designer Wood Flooring to restore it and give it a fresh new look.
Don’t replace your floor, restore it.
Staining a wood floor can draw out a certain charm while giving you a wood that appears darker and richer. If you are removing an old stain, we have a large variety of pre-mixed colors and can find one that matches well with your wood’s current look.
Flooring solutions and low-maintenance answers.
Don’t let your floor finish wear through to the wood. When your floor begins to show signs of wear and tear, you should apply a new top coat of floor finish, which should stay in good shape for approximately 15 years. A coat will give your wood more depth and luster.
Water damage? We can help you clean up.
Water damage can be repaired by sanding the affected area, then treating it with a wood sealant so it will match the rest of your floor. Visit our floor repairs page for more information.
If there is any sort of damage, it’s important to search out an expert, because you don’t want to deal with buckling floorboards, which may cause the floor to look and feel uneven.
Contact Designer Wood Flooring – Locations in San Antonio & Southeast Texas
We have a showroom located in Spring Branch, Texas, and an office location in Beaumont, TX. Our teams serve all of San Antonio and parts of southeast Texas such as Beaumont, Nederland, Orange, Houston, and more. You can reach us by filling out the contact form on this page or the contact page. To reach out to the San Antonio office, call us at 830-228-4866. To reach us in Southeast Texas, call us at 409-201-1967.
Our service area includes, but is not limited to Spring Branch, San Antonio, Boerne, Wimberley, Kyle, Blanco, New Braunfels, San Marcos, Seguin, Buda, Selma, Helotes, Sisterdale, Canyon Lake, Timberwood Park , Fair Oaks Ranch, Grey Forest, Pipe Creek, Bandera Falls, Stone Oak, Shavano Park, Live Oak, Universal City, Alamo Heights, Terrell Hills, Deerfield, Cibolo Canyons, Dignowity Hill, Stone Oak, The Dominion, Beaumont, Orange, Nederland, Houston, and more.