I can answer questions regarding all aspects of installations and/or renovations pertaining to hardwood flooring, questions regarding leveling a substrate, as well as questions about moisture concerns with concrete.
I have 17 years of hardwood flooring experience. I have installed, sanded and re-finished many hardwood floors over the years. I have worked with most wood species on many different sub-floors. I worked at a flooring company for 8 1/2 years, then owned my own hardwood flooring business for 5 1/2 years. For the last 4 years I am the technical manager of Pallmann which is a division of UFloor Systems; a manufacturer of flooring products, such as hardwood finishes and adhesives, leveling compounds, underlayments, and moisture vapor retarders for concrete.
Member of the NWFA.
NWFA magazine articles. FCI articles.
High school graduate with some college education. I have attended various installation and sanding schools pertaining to hardwood floors. Also have taught many schools for the NWFA including sub-floor preparation, and various states to help contractors earn their credits for licences.
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