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" of did a fantastic job on the hardwood floors of my first floor. He was responsive from the start, prices were beyond" reasonable, and the work was outstanding. My floors look brand new, as he promised! His crew did a great job, came on time each day, and left the place clean. He is also really personable which made the whole process comfortable and communication was seamless. Great job!!!

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"From our first contact with we felt that we were dealing with a professional organization. He and everyone we dealt with at " were always professional, prompt, responsive and very detailed in every way. No question was left unanswered, and they were a pleasure to work with. The guys who did the work, and , showed up early or on time every day, and were extremely polite, neat, and always considerate of our schedule. They worked with us to get exactly the right color of stain we wanted, and did a be wonderful job. Every step was done with the highest quality of workmanship and attention to detail, with a thorough clean up on the last day. And the floors look like new, and are absolutely beautiful! Thank you !

-Laura K.

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From the wall street journal online:

"Etiquette and tipping experts agree that tipping a contractor and his employees isn't expected because contractors offer to do a job for you at a specific price. Any extra money they would want would be built into their bid. Also, it's a business relationship rather than one where they are performing a personal service for you like a waiter or a maid. But if the employees do extra jobs around the house, then experts say it is appropriate to tip a cash amount equivalent to the task; "tip gifts" such as cookies and drinks can count. "The key to tipping is whether or not it was outside the scope of what was normally expected," says Mark Brenner, author of "Tipping for Success!"

My opinion is that a little bit of courtesy (snacks, drinks, expression of appreciation etc.) goes a long way and upon completion of their work you feel compelled by a job well done to offer a little extra in the form of a tip - go for it, but do not feel obligated. 
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I agree with Ben, as usual. First, test your slab - put a sheet of plastic over it, at least 3 feet square, taped down to the slab all around - leave for 3 days. If the slab darkens with moisture, or there is any condensation drops on the underside of the plastic, you have a damp slab. If you have visible moisture or moisture discoloration at any time during the course of the seasons with exposed concrete slab, then you have a wet slab. Even just a damp slab can put several quarts of moisture passingfrom the ground through the concrete into the air per day, and a wet basement slab in contact with wster at its base  can generate as much as 10 gallons a day of air moisture - which means that pretty much anything placed on it WILL get damp enough to mildew or mold.

 

For a wet slab, a polished concrete or epoxy/polyurea surface is your best bet. Any other surfacing you put over it is likely to mold. Ceramic tile with waterproofing additives in the mortar mix can work if the surface is properly prepared for good bonding, and you use "plastic" thinset and grout rather than cement based grout. Basically has to be done the same way as for a gymnasium shower floor or pool deck to work right.

 

For a damp slab, assuming it NEVER actually gets wet either from high water table under it in wet season, or from surface flooding from foundation leakage, then you have several options:

 

1) As Ben says, Pergo and others make totally plastic flooring material in a variety of surfaces that can be put down on a smooth slab over a vapor barrier and totally inorganic plastic padding - looks like bubble wrap commonly. Does not guarantee mold will not form between the vapor barrier and the concrete. IF you use a snap flooring version, can be taken up if it gets saturated and dried, then put back in. Not so with glued or nailed versions. Some people also use snap or interlock together rubber or foam flooring over a vapor barrier, particularly in rec rooms, which can be taken up easily in event of flood. 

 

2) A vapor barrier under an inorganic pad as above, overlain with an open-weave backing synthetic fiber (nylon, rayon) carpet with NO natural materials in it, which has lots of breathing space in the weave can work. I have used open-weave backing short-pile 100% nylon carpet from Armstrong in my basement for about 30 years, with vapor-barrier floor paint but no plastic sheet vapor barrier or padding and never a mildew problem, even though the plastic sheet test did show a minor amount of condensation. The key is a breathable carpet and decent airflow in the basement.

 

3) Any other type of flooring - laminate, vinyl, hardwood, etc will act to xxxx vapor evaporation, so risk mildew/mold under them. You can put down a sealer on the concrete and a vapor barrier and frequently get satisfactory service in a low moisture slab - generally only ones that are at or above surrounding ground level, but you always have the risk of mildew, and if ever flooded are pretty much trash. If you use a sheet product, use plastic, not organic - so vinyl, not linoleum, for instance. I have successfully done asphaltic based vinyl tiles and vinyl sheet using asphalt adhesive - the 1970's method - on damp flooring without trouble, but you have to make sure the concrete is VERY well sealed first with multiple penetrating coats of sealant placed on ground concrete surface so there is open voids for the sealant to penetrate, then let sit a week or more untouched and unwalked on before putting down the asphaltic-bonded tiles or sheet. The key is to make sure the concrete is less permeable to moisture than the overlying material. If you use a non-asphaltic adhesive (because of smell issues or allergies), then I would recommend full-adhesion waterproof mastic, not spot-adhered or glueless, so there are no air gaps under the sheet to accumualte moisture and mildew.

 

4) Of course, in new construction, if a full edge-bonded heavy duty plastic liner is put in the bedding sand layer UNDER the slab, that can turn a potentially wet or damp situation into a basically dry one, allowing almost any type of flooring to be used, though I NEVER recommend hardwood over below- or on-grade slabs. Of course, in a basement, one should probably assume that at some point it will get at least partially flooded from foundstion leak or pipe failure, so polished or stained or coated concrete, tile, or removeable flooring is the most likely to survive that.

 

5) Another option, in pretty much either case if your ventilation system removes the vapor as fast as the concrete can supply it, is padless thick open-weave area rug with a "Miller Weave", "Open Back", "Berber" or "Rag Rug" construction - which have lots of air holes in the rug and backing to let the moisture through. Then if getting damp or floods, just roll up and take out to garage and drape over some elevated 2x4's across sawhorses to dry out. Again, start with good concrete sealing first - preferably deep sealant with compatible epoxy surface coat to minimize water transmission.

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I agree with your choice - this is about the only product that can realistically, for a large room, be taken out and cleaned up after a flood and reused, thouhg carpet can be if you strip it into smaller pieces to carry wet, AND you have somewhere to wash and dry it - that is usually the problem. However, bear in mind it still has to be done within about 2 days or mildew/mold will grow on it, and may or may not be totally removeable. My personal preferences - mostly because their products are consistent, the joints stay snapped together, and they are not overly soft (a problem with cheap vinyls) are Pergo, Tarkett, Armstrong. Whatever you buy, be sure it can come back apart - some plank products are not made with a self-adhering contact glue in the joints that prevent you from taking it apart again, and some brands their snap design, while maybe better at preventing joint separation, cannot feasibly be unsnapped without tearing or breaking it off. Also, be sure whatever brandname and product line you choose it 100% vinyl (other than the urethane surface protective layer) - many vinyl floor products have paper or fiber cores or other water-absorbing components. Remember that, on concrete, since it wicks soil moisture through it, you till need a 6 mil vapor barrier under the flooring and positively sealed all around the edges to avoid the risk of mold growing on the underside of the vinyl.
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Agreed.  If you have existing cracking in porcelain you need to know the cause first.  I don't know of any reputable contractor that would dare install tile over existing tile.  Also, any manufacturer warranties for defects would be null due to improper installation.  Did the contractor offer this solution or did you ask for it?  The mear fact that he is agreeing to or offering it tells me you need to leave this guy for someone who knows what they are talking about before he does only half the job which will have to be redone in the near future, costing you more in the long run.

I get so many calls from customers that were talked into a "cheaper" way to do something only to find the work very sub-par.  The sad part is they are out the money they spent in the first place along with the additional amount I have to charge just to undo what the first contractor did before I can do it right.  This floor could end up costing you double what it should if it's not done right.

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Hardwood Flooring reviews in Concord

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was easy to work with. I had no trouble scheduling for the days I wanted the work completed and he was able to complete the project in a 3 day period to have minimal impact on my family. He and his partner showed up on time and were very polite and explained everything about their process to me. They tarped off the large opening ...More to my living room to prevent dust from migrating into the rest of the home. They repaired an ugly water damaged spot so that I can't even tell it was ever damaged. My floor looks stunning. I am so impressed with how beautiful it turned out! We went with the less expensive oil-based poly so there was a strong odor but it seems to dissipate with ventilation and once the poly dried it wasn't bad. I like the amber warm glow of the oil based over the water based. I would absolutely hire him again if I ever needed floors redone. Highly recommended.
- Alana D.
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worked along with his crew. The job started exactly when said it would and ended when he said it would. There were a few flaws in the flooring (old pipe holes, cracks) that fixed.
- Hugh M.
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is a true craftsman who takes great pride in his work. My floors are beautiful. I highly recommend him.
- Victoria R.
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I contacted as part of my process for selecting a vendor. responded with in a day or so. He warned me that he talked a lot. He sure did talk alot he told me all about his credentials and his client list. He asked a few questions about the type of floor I had and he discussed how he would handle the job. ...More He told me how much he charged per square foot and gave me his email address and told me he would send me some useful information and get back to me within a day or so. I contacted to let him know that his price was within my budget and when could we schedule for an onsite inspection. He replied right away asking for my address but did not schedule a date to inspect. I told him I wanted to finalize this quickly and have the job done before the end of the year. that was November 3, 2015 and I have not heard from him since. Had he responded and conducted an onsite inspection he would have gotten the job.


- Ann S.
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came recommended to us by our painter, and we're glad we had him redo our floor. We had hardwood floors in our new home which had not been refinished in a long time, and the stain was a different color in all the rooms. We wanted to have the floors refinished and stained to match in the entire house. ...More was great to work with and did a beautiful job sanding, staining, and finishing our hardwood floors. We will use him again if we need any work done in the future.
- Anita P.
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Excellent ... exceeded our high expectations!
was a genuine pleasure to work with. His price was very good. The quality of his work was outstanding.
We have had many compliments on the beauty of our hardwood floors renovated by . We are completely pleased!
- Stephen and Lonna L.
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Brown and his men, , and were incredibly prompt, professional and hardworking. When we first contacted , our appointment was set for the Monday after the 24" of rain received the weekend of Oct 3. I thought ...More for sure he would cancel but he made it at 9:00 am. The quoting process was quick, flooring selection and purchase easy and when they installed the floors last week they were on time and worked so hard to not only finish the job on time, but early! I would HIGHLY recommend Brown Hardwood Floors if you want not only incredibly beautiful floors, but a job that is done efficiently and low hassle.
- Eric N.
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It was extremely professional, everything was finished entirely on time, and was extremely responsive to questions and concerns I had prior to beginning the project. The floors like a completely new house and the price was far cheaper than I'd estimated it would cost for everything. Totally recommended.
- ross M.

Hardwood Floor Companies in Concord, NH

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1treehouse

2519 10th Street

2 Penn Painting & Roofing

81 Stard Rd
Seabrook

A & E Flooring Inc

59 Londonderry Tpke
Hooksett

ACME CARPET ONE

228 MASSACHUSETTS AVE

ACT Services

PO Box 77

APEX PAINTING

76 BRADBURY RD

Appalachian Contracting LLC

34 A Saint Anselms Dr
Manchester

ARCH PAINTING

One Presidential Way

B.C. Building Company

98 North Street

BAEZ CLEANING SERVICES

828 LAKEVIEW AVE

Barnes Construction

426 Nantasket Ave

Bath & Company

100 independece way

Beacon Builders

44 Forge Village Rd.

Beantown Floor Design

190 Brookside Pkwy

Brickman Consulting

244 Mount Blue St

Buildtech,Inc.

5 Granite ST

Bv carpets inc

152 bishop dr

Byron Drywall Company

429 Andover Street

C & G CONSTRUCTION CO

412 Worcester St.

C&J Home Services

25 Washburn ave.

CAMBRIDGE RUG CO

1157 CAMBRIDGE ST

Carpet Crafts

197 Main St

carpet liquidator

199 newbury st

CARPETS ETC INC

369 CENTRAL ST

CARPETS ON WHEELS

19 Stirling Rd.

Cimikoski Wood Floors

17 Haig St
Concord

CJ Renovations

38 Blue Hill Ave

Coen Construction

10 Harriet St

Coughlin enterprises

36 evergreen street

Counterpane Interiors

Inside Design Center West 63 Fountain Street

Craftsman Home Builder

182 Main Street

Creative Home Improvements Inc

231 Boston rd Southborough MA

Dan and Mikey

51 village st

Daniel Baldwin Builders

25 Blossom Street
Nashua

Danusis Construction

27 Mockingbird Lane
Newmarket

David A Lavine

7 Marion Rd

Dawn General Contracting

15 Iron Horse Dr
Bedford

DC-Contracting

9 Merrill Street

Deep Cleaned

1670 Brown Ave
Manchester

Dias and Costa

57 Edith St

DIAS CONSTRUCTION

110 7th St # 2

DreamMakeovers

89 Danbury Woods Rd
Danbury

Durable Remodeling

16 Merton st

Duy's Floors

5 Mason Ct

ED'S CARPET & TILE

18 PLAISTOW RD
Plaistow

Ed's Flooring America

101 Quality Dr
Hooksett

EdgePro Flooring

248 S Main St

FL Interior Finish

78 Ridge field DR

Floor Coverings International

400 WEST CUMMINGS PARK

Floor Pros

22 Thomas Rd.

Floor Wizards

35 Linden St

FLOORING AMERICA

950 CHESTNUT ST

Flooring America (MA)

950 Chestnut Street

Flooring America Design Center

1276 A Worcester Street

Floors To A Door

2045 Pleasant Street

Foley Carpentry Inc.

16 Woodside Dr

Forest Street Builders

6 Atlanta Street

Form & Function Designs, LLC

640 Oxford St. South

Giovannucci Brothers Construction

25 Syracuse Road
Nashua

Gladu Floor Sanding LLC

214 Pembroke Hill Rd
Suncook

Gpconstruction

Tallant Rd
Merrimack

Grace Wood Floors

Twitchells Way
Sandown

Graffam maintenance

20 Catherine Rd

Granite Roots Construction

132 New Hampshire Drive
Concord

Granite State Contracting

14 Merrimack Rd, #212
Milford

Gulliver general contracting

43 lakeshore drive south

GW & Sons Builders

24 Roselin Ave

Handyworks

24 Warren Ave

Henline Builders

8 Riverbank Rd

HERNON CONSTRUCTION

45 Woodcliff Rd

Hi Cliff Construction

93B Harbor Ave
Nashua

Hogan Home Remodeling

Box 171 Carlisle,Ma

Holzman Builders

44 Essex St.

Howard's of Framingham

1127 Worcester Rd. - Rt. 9 - Ted Williams Hwy.

Hull Forest Products

101 Hampton Road

HWP Construction

54 Vineland St

INSTOCK FLOORING

32 Lowell Rd
Salem

iROOF LLC

24 Page RD
Litchfield

J.A.G Properties Inc

27 Tanner Terrace

J.C. Construction

288 Brown Street

J.L . Construction

209 Beaman Rd.

J.R. Andrews Tile & Stone Co.

1 Noonan dr
Londonderry

Jakobs Ladder Remodeling

8 pleasant st
Suncook

JD Carpentry

55 Eliot Rd

Joyce Floors

140 Earley st

JR Builders DBA

38 sanford st

KandT Builders

50 Bishop rd

Koch Plastering

123 Main Street

Kovalko Co

59 Bonair St

L&T Contractors

14 Springdale Ave

Manchester Wood Floors

58 Riley Ave
Manchester

Maple & Stone Inc.

20 Beharrell St Ste 2

MarCo Painting

163 walnut st

Marco Polo Construction

121 B Tremont St.

Marotto construction

160 Eddy Rd
Manchester

Marvin's Painting

159 Grant St

MASS Home Services

44 Fox run rd

npconstruction

158 Concord Rd

NRC CORP.

1539 Old Pleasant St.

O CONNOR FLOORS

9 ATKINS ST

O'Dowe Flooring llc

237 Commonwealth Ave

O'Neill Builders LLC

31 Baker St
Dover

Odyssey Construction

661 Highland Ave

Old House Works

521 Water Street

Paul Jeffrey LLC

160 brook street
Manchester

PBI Construction Co

545 Washington Street

PELLETIER RUG CO

17 WATER ST

Peter DeSalvo Contracting LLC.

4A Water Street
Hudson

Property Pro Restoration

1000 Mt Laurel Cir

Pros Home Services Inc

449 Boston Post Rd East

Prudential Remodeling

2 Cote Dr
Pelham

QUALITY ROOFING

1 ATHERTON PL

R & R Contracting

12 Russell Rd.

R Hardwood Flooring

218 Spring Street Apt c4

R J LeMieur Flooring

9 Greenbriar Rd

R&M L Construction LLC

351 Lunenburg St

R. Ferro Contracting, Inc.

1105 Lexington Street

R.M.C. SERVICES

31 POPE ST

Red Carpet Co

463 Worcester Rd

Red Stone

Pelham

Renaissance Carpentry

44 Williams St

Renew Remodeling Group

20 Sycamore Av.

Renoviso

2 South Market Street

Rick Wiggins

12 Duncan Rd

Rick's Remodeling

36 Grandview Road

Rickman Companies

1078 W Boylston Street

RJD Construction

PO Box 540493

RJG Universal Builders Corp

10 Riddle Drive
Bedford

RKM Flooring

9 Eagle Dr

Robert McGavigan

43 St.Margaret

rochaalmeidaconstruction

447 boston post rs e 106

ROUSSEAU ENTERPRISES

86 BEAUVIEW AVE
Nashua

Royalty Remodeling

33 Haines St.
Nashua

RW Gledhill Inc.

37 Lawson Rd

Ryan Home Service

23 Spruce St

Sebastian Pinto Filho

36 Ballardvalle

Sebastien Derobert

139 Summer St

Servpro of Lowell

9 West Adams St

SGH PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

293 COMMONWEALTH AVE.

Silver Birch Builders

84 Hartwell Avenue

Single Source NH

22 Millennium Way
Concord

SKY'S THE LIMIT

129 SCARLET DR
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