Hardwood Staining You Can Trust in Columbia, SC
Staining your hardwood floors can feel like a daunting process, but our team here in Columbia is ready to walk you through every step! When our projects require a new coat of stain we use a special oil-based product. Not only does it result in a beautiful stain, but it also blends well with the natural grain of your wood floors. Applying this stain is quick and easy, and it penetrates deep into the wooden grain to make sure that your flooring remains vibrant for years to come. Not only does this help maintain the color of your wood, but also seals off any air pockets that could cause warping or other damage down the line.
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 Columbia home. Call us today to learn more!
Eco-Friendly Hardwood Staining
Our customers can have complete confidence that each of our stains has been rigorously tested and certified to meet the GREENGUARD® standard. These standards include low chemical emissions during the use of the product, ensuring a safe and healthy home for your family the entire time you use your hardwood floors.
The following stains are available for your Columbia hardwood floor renewal project:
Top-Rated Stain Brands
We carefully select our brand partners to ensure that their values and standards align with ours. Some of our preferred brands, shown above, are Minwax® and DuraSeal®. Our team at Fabulous Floors Alabama does however offer you the opportunity to contact us if there is a color or brand you’d prefer that isn’t shown above. We will do our 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.