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RH Wood Floors Ltd IconRH Wood Floors Ltd

11 The Mews, Terenure, Dublin

4.8 230 reviews

We Are Irelands Only NWFA Certified Wood Floor Sanders & Installers

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RH Wood Floors - Ireland’s number one Wood Floor Contractors. Over the years we've built up 8 teams of amazing craftsmen. We have sanded and installed floors all over Dublin and we our proud to be Dublin's highly rated Wood Flooring Company. Our team together have over 125 years of experience and have completed over 13,000 floors to date.  Our track-record is second to none. What separates us from the rest is our experience and knowledge.

We are the only Wood Floor Contractors in Ireland to be certified with the NWFA (National Wood Floor Association) who are the World Centre of Excellence in Wood Flooring.

We specialise in wood floor sanding, engineered timber flooring, solid wood flooring, parquet flooring and installation. We love Custom Design such as Versailles Panel, Basket Weave, Board Bending, Custom Stains, etc.

At RH Wood Floors we pride ourselves on delivering every aspect of your flooring wants and needs, from product supply to install, all the way through to maintenance and aftercare. With expertise in installation, parquetry and sanding we create floors for customers to live with forever.

- Russell O'Halloran

Fully Certified

We are Ireland only NWFA certified floor contractors

Full Warranty

We offer a full 5 year warranty on all our work

Ireland's Highest Rated Floor Sanders

We are Ireland's highest rated floor contractors with over 200 Google reviews


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Floor sanded, stained and varnished

Floor Restoration, Sanding & Staining – Case Study

Peter in Dublin called us in October looking for us to assist him with an exciting restoration project he was undertaking on his house over the following few months. We firstly had a very enjoyable chat with Peter over the phone to get to know him and importantly begin to understand what it was he wanted to achieve …

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Wood Floor Staining Explained

We get asked a lot what the difference is between staining and finishing. The purpose of a stain is to change the colour of a floor. The finish, on the other hand, is a product meant to protect your hardwood surface from any source of damage and is applied on top of the stain. This …

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water damage on wood floors

How to Protect Hardwood Floors from Water Damage

Water is arguably one of the biggest enemies of hardwood floors. After a flood, your best chance of recovering your flooring is to hire a professional restoration company immediately. However, failing to protect your floor from moisture or spills on a daily basis can also cause irreversible damage. Tips To Protect Your Hardwood Floors Remove …

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dark stain and painted staircase

Staircase Ideas to Match your Custom Solid Wood Floors

When you’ve chosen the perfect solid wood flooring for your home  it’s time to start thinking about the stairs that you are going to install. After all, the wood floors are the foundation for the overall design, and you want them to be as warm and inviting as possible. The stairway you choose needs to …

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dark smoked oak floor

Smoked Oak Floors

Fumed, or smoked oak is oak wood flooring which has been treated to change its colour.  Fuming or smoking involves putting the oak into an enclosed environment in which ammonia is introduced into the atmosphere.  This enclosed environment might be a closed tank or a sealed tent or some form of container into which only …

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discoloured wood floors

Do Wood Floors Change Colour Over Time?

The simple answer to this is yes, wood flooring will change colour over the years. Wood is a natural product and changes in colour will occur due to the wood’s reaction to the environment. A dark wood such as walnut will lighten and a lighter wood species like oak, will darken. It is common for …

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