We help you understand your wood flooring choices…So you don’t make the wrong choice

Servicing Bend, Redmond, Sunriver, Sisters and Prineville, OR.

Distinctive Wood Floors is a local wood floor contracting business in the Bend, Oregon area. We specialize in the services that are a dying art; such as premium floor refinishing and hardwood floor installation. Our equipment and methods provide a cleaner house and a more durable wood floor. We have the distinction of being a National Wood Flooring Association trained and certified contractor. Our company is distinct from the crowd because of our passion for the craft and commitment to our customers.

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YOUR NEEDS

Do you only like to know 50% of the facts? We tell you the Pros and Cons of our products and services so you feel 100% value in your choices. The products and systems of this business are not a one size fits all. We help you wade through the swamp of marketing myths and sales pitches.

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GETTING THE JOB DONE

We are completely responsible for the management of our projects in house. No good project is completed when communication breaks down. Unlike carpet and floor stores, we do not sub out our work. This streamlines your project, eliminates communication errors, and floor failures.

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GUARANTEED

Some companies use the word “guarantee” as a sales pitch. We know our work and reputation is evaluated for years after project completion. We have a simple Guarantee: As long as we are in business, we will return your call promptly and ensure you are happy with your floor.

HARDWOOD FLOOR INSTALLATION
Wood flooring is a long term investment and we encourage you to choose carefully. We prefer that our clients are equally informed on ALL products. This ensures maximum purchasing confidence in our clients. Objectivity in supporting your decisions is our key differentiator.
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"The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot … it cannot be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run. And if you do that, you will have enough to pay for something better.” ~ John Ruskin