American Standard Flooring is a licensed Hardwood Flooring Contractor serving all of Orange County. For over 35 years, I have been working exclusively with wood flooring. My time-tested experience and knowledge has developed into an exceptional skill that my Orange County clients have come to desire, see my Ratings and Reviews page. My craft entails hardwood floor dustless sanding and refinishing, recoating, repairs, historical restorations and installations. Myself-esteem in knowledge and detail reflects on the solutions that I offer that best suits your needs. I only apply high-grade materials plus you can trust my service to be a guaranteed professional accomplishment. Furthermore, I am definitely hands-on. I personally work and oversee each project to completion, this way I can assure you the decades of experience is being applied to your project. I never leave a job unattended, and at no time have I ever asked my Orange County clients to vacate their homes while the work is in progress. If the project size requires my team, we are of the same mind and heart, performance and results you can rely on.

Services Provided
Hardwood / Wood Floor Dustless Sanding, Color Matching, Refinishing, Deep Cleaning and Recoating. Hardwood / Wood Floor Historical Restoration and Repair. Hardwood / Wood Floor Custom Installation and Designs. Stairs and Molding.

Areas Served
Aliso Viejo Anaheim Hills Corona del Mar Costa Mesa Coto De Caza Dana Point Fountain Valley Huntington Beach Irvine Ladera Ranch Laguna Beach Laguna Hills Laguna Niguel Lake Forest Mission Viejo Newport Beach Orange Rancho Santa Margarita San Clemente San Juan Capistrano Santa Ana Tustin Yorba Linda

Certifications and Awards


BONA CERTIFIED CRAFTSMEN; American Standard Flooring is manufacturer certified in Dust Containment Sanding Systems and Greeguard Environmentally Safe Finishes.
Contact: Earl Hodson
Location: 28241 Crown Valley Parkway, F-300
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
License Number: 559060
Commented: Was this floor sanded? What is the finish? Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, the floor was sanded, then stained and finished with an oil-modified urethane. Note: do not water-pop before staining so the flecking will stand out in the quarter sawn...
January 5, 2015 in Photo Questions  
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