Tamalpais Hardwood Floors

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Our Work

28 Hooper Ln, San Anselmo, CA

Install new flooring. D'Vine Collection Rhone

  • Pre-Finished Floors Installed
111 Baltimore Ave, Larkspur, CA

Install new unfinished red oak floor. Bleach the floors and apply 1 coat of grey/whitewash stain, 1 coat of sealer, and 2 coats of finish.

  • Sand and Finish in Place
224 Magee Ave, Mill Valley, CA

We installed Bassano Parquet Floors London Line Cambridge. "On the beautiful floors you put in, in my house. Everyone remarks on not only how beautiful the floor is but also how beautifully it was installed! I will enjoy for many years! Thanks!!!"


Cecily A Drucker

  • Pre-Finished Floors Installed
SUITE A, SAN RAFAEL, CA

Install new pre-finished Rift and Quartered white oak floor stained by Tamfloors

  • Custom Floors Installed
5 Egret Ct, Tiburon, CA

additional floor in the kitchen

  • Pre-Finished Floors Installed

Customer Testimonials

1412 Grand Ave, San Rafael, CA

The end product was excellent. There was a misunderstanding about the finish date which caused travel/hotel and additional expense and inconvenience.

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4 Espalda Ct, San Rafael , CA

This was a great experience right out of the gate. We were installing a new kitchen floor that had to integrate with the existing floors. The owner came out personally and assessed the job, gave us an unbeatable quote (which was also the final total cost) and slotted his guys perfectly into our remodel schedule. The flooring team checked in with us constantly when they had any questions, as our floor was a bit tricky in places. Our wood floors are now more beautiful than they've ever been.

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28 Alexander av, Sausalito , CA

THIS COMPANY WAS VERY EFFICIENT AND PERFORMED EXACTLY AS PROMISED IN A VERY TIMELY MANNER.

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404 Hilldale Way, Mill Valley, CA

It seemed like a simple enough plan replace the linoleum in the kitchen with wood to match the rest of the house...until I learned that the wood is Tasmanian oak. (A 1957 Greenbrae house - hollow core doors but Tasmanian oak floors? Really?) Met with three floor companies that couldn't do it because they told me the wood was unavailable unless I went to Tasmania and cut down a tree myself. (A bit of an exaggeration but directionally accurate.) I'd basically given up but gave it one last shot with these guys. To say they came through is the understatement of the century. I am looking at my new beautiful Tasmanian oak floors as the sealant dries and couldn't be more thrilled. With all the work these guys did (including matching the irregular widths of the planks) they could have easily charged me double what they did. They're gorgeous. Thanks guys.

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