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Everlast Construction Company

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 926971
We are pleased to offer you reliable Construction Services and heavy duty work, always at affordable prices. We specialize in: •Custom Decks, Trellis construction. •Structural Work Pro's. •Retaining Walls, Foundation Work, Drainage Solutions. •Seismic & Earthquake Retrofit. •All Concret...

Innovation Hardwood Floors Co

2 Reviews

“Full House Installation of Prefinished Oak Hardwood Floor I got 6 bids. My biggest concern was finding someone with ...”

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 890927
Innovation Hardwood Floor Company (IHF co) has over 25 years of work experience in the floor industry. IHF co specializes in stairs and floors. From the most complicated and delicate patterns to simple floor installation. IHF co's 25 years of experience guaranties customer satisfaction on the finish...

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If you’ve had San Francisco, California flooring contractors install hardwood floors in your home, there are of number of tips you should know before cleaning them. First off, avoid oil-based wax, polish and cleaning substances. Next, don’t use steel wool. Furthermore, it’s best to refrain from using a wet mop on your new hardwood floor installation. San Francisco professionals say this could lead to warping and joint-line separation. Don't use any type of buffing machine. Another good idea is to use protective mats. These will collect the dirt, sand and other substances that can otherwise be tracked into your home and onto your flooring.