About a half hours drive outside of Dallas, you’ll run into the small town of McKinney, Texas. A rapidly growing, wonderfully scenic town once named the “#1 Best Place to Live” by Money Magazine. Quite unlike the larger sprawls of bigger cities, McKinney boasts the small town cultural advantages many people look for to settle down and live their dream life.
These are just a few reasons why the Deep Reflections Floor Co. set up shop in the region. Providing custom hardwood floor installations for the over 180,000 permanent residents of McKinney, Texas has been instrumental in the company’s growth and expansion for many years, and the relationship between company and community continues to develop to this day.
Any realtor worth their weight in salt will tell you that in today’s booming real estate market, homeowners are beginning to see the value of remodeling their homes instead of buying a new one. Even though it is a seller’s market, many people are reluctant to relocate if they do not have to. Seeing remodeling as a way to improve their environment without having to change jobs, schools, leave friends and make new ones etc. is quickly becoming the preferred choice.
One of the best ways to alter the current appearance of an existing home is the repair and refinishing of hardwood floors within the existing home. Ground-in dirt and grime, scuffs, scratches, and other types of wear and tear along with various other types of damages can lower a homes market value, as well as simply being unattractive to the homeowner.
Let’s face it, not too many people think about the maintenance of hardwood floors until theirs are ready for major cleaning or repairs. Dragging feet, a pet’s claws, and a house full of children can definitely put any flooring through its paces, and any floor left unattended to will eventually begin to show the effects of heavy use.
As more homeowners are choosing to stay and improve their houses in lieu of moving, companies like Deep Reflections Floors are finding more opportunities to help them when it comes to repairing issues such as water damaged hardwood floors, and adding on to and matching hardwood floors.