Who I Am
A Licensed Flooring Contractor With Years of Experience
Celtic Floorcraft has been serving as a leading Flooring Contractor since 1996. As a fully-certified professional, My team and I are ready to tackle anything from the most complex and large scale construction projects to the smallest of repair jobs.
Oak Wood Floors
A popular species for hardwood flooring, oak is loved for its classic good looks and old-fashioned warmth. Oak hardwood flooring is a great choice in traditional style homes. It blends well with a wide range of furniture and décor.
Maple Wood Floors
Maple is one of the most distinctive types of hardwood flooring. It’s notable for its characteristic grain pattern that sets it apart from other hardwoods. The species light color and uniform texture also help it appeal to the masses.
Ash Wood Floors
Ash is a beautiful species of hardwood that’s perfect for flooring in upscale homes where chic style is appreciated. The wood is fairly light in color. It even has a whitish hue sometimes. The light color is complemented by an active wood grain that gives it a warm, natural look.
Birch Wood Floors
Birch has long been a popular species for all means of home construction, including hardwood flooring. The species is so abundant that birch is an affordable type of hardwood. It’s a good in-between regarding functionality/style and price.
Pine Wood Floors
It’s the most traditional type of hardwood regarding appearance. It has a surprisingly rich color, especially when stained, and features interesting pin holes and knots in addition to a distinct grain pattern. Pine hardwood flooring is also notable for the way it ages. Let it naturally age over the course of several years, and you’re sure to love its appearance even more than you did when it was first installed.
Cherry Wood Floors
Cherry has a smooth finish and a fine, intricate grain highlighted by small black pitch pockets that add character. The wood features dark or light undertones, which appear lit up with a subtle, reddish glow. These colors can fade in sunlight; thus, cherry hardwood floors should be installed in rooms that are curtained or naturally dark
Brighton, Boston, MA, USA