The core of our business is refinishing hardwood floors and install a new floors in residential and commercial places.

O&A WOOD FLOOR SERVICES has extensive experience in the installation of new hardwood floors pre-finished, unfinished engineered, the laminated floor also we do repairing sanding and scraping. We offer different types of surface finish oil-modified polyurethane finishes with low odor and V.O.C, moisture cure, water base, and a new formula oil & water.



Contact us to make an appointment for a free, no obligation in-home estimate. On the day of your appointment, we will arrive at your home with samples to show you. We will measure, answer any and all questions, and give you a fully installed price


If you have furniture that needs to be moved, we can move it for you! These arrangements should be made with us before the day your project begins.

If a large area of your home is being done, it may not be possible to clear all rooms of furniture at once. Not to worry, we can divide your project into phases. An example would be if you are having your Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen refinished. It may be necessary to put all the furniture in your Living Room while we work on the other two rooms until completion. Once this phase is complete, we could move your furniture into the finished rooms to make way for the Living Room to be worked on. When this second phase is complete, we can then put all your furniture back into place. Remember, this small inconvenience will reward you with beautiful wood floors for you and your family.


We repair all types of new floors either, by water damage scratches, burns, cracks or wear of the finish.

Oftentimes, a floor may be in good shape with the exception of a few small areas. In this case, we will sand the floor to see what damage sands out and what damage needs to be replaced. It’s always best to minimize repair work so that as much of the flooring as possible can remain original.

At this point, any portion of the floor that needs repair will be ripped up and replaced (we will match it in design and color).

We can also repair your subfloor if necessary.

Once the repair work is finished, we will continue sanding.


This process makes new and old floors are to open the pores of the wood to bring new life into the wood giving protection, gloss and durability to your floor.

Sanding requires some heavy and loud machinery to take off the top layer of the floor. We will need to connect either to a 220 outlet (usually found near large air conditioners) or directly to the fuse panel or circuit breaker. Anyone who can sand your floor without hooking up like this is either using a handyman’s rental machine or even using a buffer as opposed to a sander. In either case, this is not what you want.

Hooking up to a circuit breaker in the absence of a 220 outlet is absolutely necessary and something professional sanders do every day.

Your floors will be sanded a minimum of two to three times, depending on the condition. We start with a rough grade of sandpaper to remove all the finish and deep scratches, and then proceed to use a finer grade of sandpaper to give it a smooth finish.


  • Did you know you can choose the color of your floor? Existing wood floors can receive an entirely new look, affordably, with custom stains. Looking for a contemporary style? Light colored stains can give new life to an old wood floor. Want something more traditional? Consider restaining your wood floors to a warm, medium-toned color. Thinking about a more formal décor? Dark stains can give your floors a stately new look. No matter what your existing wood floor, chances are that you can achieve an entirely new look with custom stains. Many times, colors are even chosen to make an oak floor look more like a more expensive, exotic wood.
  • After the sanding, we will screen the floor to give it an even smoother finish. Once everything is cleaned up, we will apply a sealer coat.
  • If you’re looking for a different color than the natural wood, you can choose from a wide selection of stain colors. These arrangements should be made with us before the day your project begins.
  • Stain requires a day to dry before applying a finis



Is a solvent-base polyurethane that dries in about eight to twelve hours. This type of finish ambers. This is the most popular choice of homeowners due to both durability and affordability.


is solvent-base polyurethane that is more durable and more moisture resistant than other surface finishes. Moisture-cure urethane comes in non-yellowing and in ambering types and is generally available in satin or gloss. These finishes have an extremely strong odor that pretty much commands evacuation of the house during application and drying.


Finishes are clear and non-yellowing. They have a milder odor and dry in about two to three hours. This option is growing in popularity due to environmental concerns. In general, even the best water based finishes are less durable than other finishes. Water based finish is also more expensive than oil-modified, though many people are surpised to learn this. However, most water-based finishes are fortified with aluminum oxide for much needed durability, and this is what makes the finish more expensive.

  • Generally, after application of sealer or stain, two coats of finish are applied, with each coat requiring 8 to 12 hours to dry. This will require at least two days.
  • A buffer is used before applying each coat of finish to ensure the floor remains smooth.
  • Furniture can be brought back into the room in 24 hours.
  • Good ventilation is required for proper drying. Please allow up to keep your windows cracked open whenever possible throughout your project.


  • We bag all debris and leave it by the curb in a manner that is acceptable to the Department of Sanitation.
  • If necessary, we can also cart away the debris.
  • We will provide you with information on how to clean and maintain your floor.

We’re always available to help. Customer Service is our specialty. We DO NOT disappear after completion of your project.

Please call us at (917) 554-9651 or (347) 742-1321 at any time to discuss any questions or concerns.

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