Perkins Hardwood Flooring is proud to provide quality-driven services on every project we touch. We work with builders, designers, and homeowners in the following Middle Tennessee areas: Nashville and the Greater Nashville area; Davidson County and Williamson County. Our master craftsmen will expertly install beautiful hardwood floors that will be a functional and visual focal point of the home for years to come.
Starting from scratch on a new build, or starting over with a renovation? We can work with you to select the materials and finishes, and then complete the installation with the utmost care and craftsmanship.
Custom Patterns & Layouts
Looking to add a unique element to your floors? Considering picture frames, herringbone pattern, chevron pattern, diamond shapes, wood/stone inlays, or something else? We can work with you to design borders, patterns, and other layouts with a single- or multi-material look.
Are your floors worn, scuffed, and scratched from years of high-traffic? Are they faded or simply showing signs of age? If so, it may be time to sand them down and refinish them with a new stain and sealer. Looking to change stain colors to update the look of your home? Interested in a new sealer that’s harder or less prone to ambering over time? These are other common reasons for refinishing your hardwood floors. Whatever the case, we can explain the options and help you pick your ideal finish for your floors.
Screen and Recoat
Let’s face it, even with good care, your floors can take a beating over time from kids, pets, shoe traffic, etc. If your floor’s finish is mildly worn, you might consider screening and recoating. Unlike a full refinish (which involves sanding down to bare wood to remove the old finish completely), this option simply includes a lightly abrasive screening to smooth out light lines in your floor’s existing finish. It also helps the new topcoat adhere to the floor. Applying a new coat of finish gives your floors some added wear protection, evens out the finish, and invigorates your sheen.
Hardwood floors are both beautiful and durable, but like any other material, they are unfortunately not immune to damage. Water leaks, pet stains, chemical or cleaner spills, deep gouges…all can damage your floors. If you’ve had damage in your home, or if you’ve purchased a home with hardwoods that need repair, we can work with you to determine the best course of action. This may include a combination of patching, replacing, or refinishing the floors to return them to an acceptable finish worthy of your home.