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Hardwood Stains That Last for North, Central, and South Jersey Homes

The process of staining your hardwood floors might seem like an impossible task, but rest assured, our New Jersey team is prepared to guide you through each phase. In cases where our projects need a fresh stain application, we only use a unique oil-based product. This not only yields a stunning stain but also harmonizes seamlessly with the inherent grain of your wood floors. It applies effortlessly, and it sinks deep into the wood’s pores to ensure a durable color. Additionally, this stain also helps to seal off air pockets that could lead to bending or harm of your flooring down the road.

Thinking your floors may require a different type of stain? We have plenty of gel stains and water-based wood stains to choose from! With our vast color selection we’re sure you’ll find a stain color that suits the needs and style of your New Jersey home. Call us today to learn more! 

Eco-Friendly Staining Options

We make sure that each stain offered to our customers meets the certification of the GREENGUARD® standard. These standards include low chemical emissions during the use of the product, which means you’re guaranteed a safe and healthy home for your family the entire time you use your hardwood floors.

The following stains are available for your hardwood floor renewal project:

High-Quality Stains from Trusted Brands

We only use brands that share our same high standards and values. Some of our preferred brands, shown above, are Minwax® and DuraSeal®. We do however offer you the opportunity to contact us if there is a color or brand you’d prefer that isn’t shown above. Everyone here will do their best to add it to our list of stain colors. You can see more of our available stain colors by visiting the Minwax website.

*The colors shown are for reference purposes only. They have been reproduced using digital production techniques and may appear slightly different once applied depending on multiple factors, including the lighting of the room and the type of wood to which the stain has been applied.