Floor Huggers
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Floor Huggers was born from a passion for hardwood flooring and to engage with and serve the local Bay Area community. Our process is simple: Consult - Design - Install - Love

Service to us means the priorities of the project are yours. Whether you are looking for a custom floor with an exquisite local hardwood or a cost/time efficient solution that fits a tight budget, we listen. Then we provide the floor that satisfies your needs.

We focus on sustainable products and practices. Ask us about our local hardwood "Forest to Floor" program. Expert installers and maintenance for 0% VOC Rubiomonocoat, Ciranova, reactive stain and hard wax oils.

With meticulous craftsmanship we exceed NWFA standards and are committed to the highest level of craftsmanship.

This is where you take over. After we do what we do, you get to love your floor doing what we all do--working, playing with the cat, sipping coffee. Who knows, you may even dance. Turn the music up!

Services Provided
Wood Flooring Sales
Contact: Zach Liske
Location: Santa Cruz, CA 95060
License Number: CSLB # 854239
Typical Job Costs: $1,200 - 100,000
Commented: Thickness of oak hardwood floors in kitchen - 3/4" or 5/16" Take a look at the nailing pattern. Using 3/4 will most likely will have a blind nail. Most of the 5/16 th that we see is face nailed thus the nailing is visible and would match the vintage look of th...
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Commented: Getting ready to sell in San Francisco Bay Area If you are needing a floor tune up before selling please let us know. yours in floors. Zach Liske
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Commented: Where can I get olive wood flooring in the San Francisco Bay area? We may be able to help you with this request. Please reach out to me with sq footage and location. Stain no Stain? yours in floors Zach Liske
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Commented: Dark Hardwood Floors vs. Light Hardwood Floors? Dark floors are pretty popular with clients but as you mention usually going with white or painted cabinets. If you you know you are doing something we offer on floor samples (3x3) in many combinati...
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