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Hurricane Harvey Floor Repair


Picking up the pieces after Hurricane Harvey devastates the Houston, Texas area.Just Floored LLC. is ready to help Houston, Texas homeowners and business owners begin rebuilding their lives from Hurricane Harvey is by repairing and installing hardwood floors as well as other material installations such as bamboo, cork, laminate, vinyl, engineered wood, stone or tile.



New Thicker Engineered Flooring


Just Floored LLC is the foremost flooring installation and restoration, company to call to install or refinish your hardwood floors. But did you know there is a new product available in Engineered Flooring that comes in a nice wide plank and is 1/2" thick! The beauty of this new innovation in engineered flooring is that it can be refinished several times by sanding and refinishing, just like hardwood floors!



Hurricane Matthew Floor Repair


Just Floored LLC is ready, willing and able to assist homeowners of the North Florida Atlantic Coast with restoring, refinishing or replacing their hardwood floors that may have been damaged by Hurricane Matthew from water damage, wind, sand or other problems arising from strong wind, rain, hail or flooding.



Bamboo Flooring


Just Floored is proud to offer bamboo flooring as well as its popular hardwood floors. Bamboo is a great looking product that is actually harder than hardwood flooring materials and can be harvested every five years making it a green product. Patterns have evolved, customers can choose either horizontal or vertical cut bamboo which have two different looks, and can choose either a dark or light finish.



Hand Scraped Hardwood Flooring


Just Floored offers a wide variety of wood species, stain colors, wood plank widths and styles with the "Handscraped" look. Our selection has grown mostly because of the rising popularity of this look. We get calls everyday asking about installing hand-scraped floors and have seen first hand how great these floors look.



New Trends in Flooring


Hardwood Floors have been popular in the United States for hundreds of years. Stain color, plank width, wood species and looks have changed from time to time. In the 1800 - 1900's, wood floors were many times covered up with other flooring as if they were something to be ashamed of.

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