OAK FLOOR PHOTOS
There are lots of Red Oak and White Oak floors in Fargo and Moorhead. We've worked on hundreds over the years we've operated Natural Accent Hardwood Floors. Below are some photos from various installation, repair and sanding and refinishing projects we've completed...
Jim is a true craftsman, extremely knowledgeable, and the utmost professional. He removed carpeting from my living room, hallway, stairs and 2 bedrooms and installed natural red oak.
Jim is a true craftsman. His work has transformed my home and I absolutely love the completed project
He also replaced the oak baseboard trim with white baseboard trim throughout my home, including the bathrooms, kitchen and dining area. His work has transformed my home and I absolutely love the completed project. The price was very fair and the quality is top notch. Jim doesn't cut corners, his work is top-notch, he is a responsive communicator, and is is very conscious about containing dust.
He was also very COVID conscious and wore a mask inside my home. He is a true gem for the Fargo-Moorhead area!Janna Diggs | Fargo, ND
Summary: fantastic experience working with Jim and Ben. Responsive, great communication throughout, beautiful finished work, went above and beyond on extras like staining the new stair handrail to match the floors. Estimate provided several options. The dustless option was truly dustless. They did the entire main floor, the stairs, and one upstairs room. The new house looks amazing, and I could not be happier!! Thank you!
Fantastic experience working with Jim and Ben. The new house looks amazing, and I could not be happier!!
Other details: I recently relocated to Fargo and just bought a house; 1920s and in need of some updates. The floors were original red oak but were worn in many areas, had some damage, and had horrible cove and quarter round that did not match the floor or the oak baseboard. The final stain matched the original very well. They installed new matching quarter round throughout. All repairs looked great. Jim and Ben worked with my handyman to coordinate schedules and work around each other since both were on deadline.
My handyman was incredibly impressed with the process and said the precision work and level of detail was well worth the price.Pamela J. | Fargo, ND
Great experience! Jim and Ben are the nicest guys and very easy to work with. They couldn't have done a better job. We absolutely recommend them to anyone.
Our 21 year old floors went from sun faded to the beautiful natural Red Oak they are supposed to be.
We were worried about the "dust factor". No need to worry. It was virtually non-existent. Our 21 year old floors went from sun faded and yellowish to the beautiful natural Red Oak they are supposed to be. They take the extra time to answer any questions and educate on the best way to care for your floors.
Awesome experience!Scott Wendorff | Fargo, ND
If you have an Oak floor, you'll be able to have them sanded and refinished to bring them back to better than new condition. Repairs are relatively easy versus some older floors like Douglas Fir and Maple. They also take stain extremely well and can be stained from any color, light to dark. Of course, you can keep them natural if you prefer the original look.
First off, I recommend Jim and Natural Accent Hardwood Floors to everyone I talk to that is considering a hardwood flooring project. He is the best contractor I have ever worked with in terms of communication, cleanliness, consideration, and comfort level (I am a stay at home mom, so having someone I was ok being around by myself or with my kids was a huge thing for me). I had many questions along the way, and he was able to answer them with confidence and advise me when I needed, otherwise listened when I had ideas.
Considering how big the project was, the process of choosing a contractor was daunting... we didn't want anyone coming in that would make mistakes.
The project we had them do was huge... we had them rip out our tile floor, as well as some old hardwood that was in horrible shape in the dining room, and the carpet from the living room, and lay hardwood throughout the main floor, as well as had them build hardwood stairs in lieu of carpeted stairs. Considering how big the project was, the process of choosing a contractor was daunting, as it was so big and costly, and we didn't want anyone coming in that would make mistakes. We got quotes from several companies, but we had the most confidence in Jim's answers to our questions.
One thing Jim is very adamant on is allowing the new wood to acclimate to our humidity levels so we wouldn't end up with gaps or buckling, and would not lay it until he was confident it was acclimated. Other people didn't seem to have a clue about acclimation when we asked, or felt ok with a few days (I think we had ours for several weeks) so I can only imagine what would happen with the humidity fluctuations in our house from winter to summer. Ours looks like the day it was laid even though it has gotten pretty humid in here this summer. He also helped us decide on a wood that was strong enough for a family with kids.
We went with a 4" Rift & Quartered-Sawn White Oak with a White-Wash finish (he made several sample boards with different finishes and woods until we found one we loved), and we are so thrilled with the final product. It has held up beautifully (even with our 2 little kiddos, their friends, and toys), and everyone who comes to our house loves it.
One more thing to add in terms of cleanliness. Obviously it is a messy project (particularly ours with the tile being taken out), but everyday when they were done, the house was shopvacced, and all of their tools were neatly laid out of the way, and out of the hands of my kiddos.Becky Mcgrath | Fargo, ND
Do you have Red or White Oak floors?
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