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Hudson Hardwood Floors

Specializing in hardwood floor refinishing, restoration, and installation of wood floors and stairs in the Greater Philadelphia Area.

For over 20 years Hudson Hardwood Floors has used our expertise on commercial and residential hardwood floor projects. We are known for reliable service, expert craftsmanship, and dustless sanding that has earned us 5 star reviews from our clients. Whether you need hardwood floor refinishing or a hardwood floor installation, we leave your floors looking and feeling like new.

We can repair your old, worn out, and damaged wood flooring, restoring them to its original beauty. Or add warmth and classic good looks to your space with new hardwood flooring. Hudson Hardwood serves the Mainline, Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Chester County, & More!

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Joe Hudson, owner, Hudson Hardwood

Hardwood Floor Services

Hardwood Floors Refinishing
Restore your floors to their original beauty.
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Hardwood Cleaning & Recoating
Clean and refresh your floors.
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Hardwood Floors Installation
Match your existing floors or a new custom install.
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Hardwood Stairs
Refurbish your old stairs and bring them back to life.
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Why choose Hudson Hardwood

Why Choose Us?

Reliable Service & Daily Job Updates

Our hardwood flooring experts get your project done right and on schedule. Constant communication throughout the process lets you know how the project is progressing every step of the way. We’ll show up and complete the work on time to achieve a squeaky floor repair.

Furniture Moving

We offer the optional service of moving your furniture. This is great for clients who don’t have the time (or desire) to move heavy furniture off of their hardwood floors. We’ll safely move your furniture and put it back when the job is complete.

Livable Conditions During Renovation

We work around your family’s schedule, so you stay in place. Having hardwood floors done shouldn’t turn your entire home upside down. With dustless sanding and environmentally friendly products, you can stay put while the project is happening.

Dustless Sanding

Maintain indoor air quality and reduce floor renovation dust by 95%. While sanding can create a mess throughout the home, our dustless sanding technique easily handles the job with a lot less mess than ever before.

Environmentally Friendly Products

Low VOC, green rated finishes and stains are available. Reducing fumes in the home and being environmentally conscious at the same time is all possible with today’s environmentally friendly hardwood floor products.

20+ Years Experience

Extensive flooring knowledge and expert craftsmanship. NWFA certified since 2008. Hardwood floors are all we do, and we’ve seen it all. Whatever your unique hardwood floor project entails, Hudson Hardwood has a solution.


At Hudson Hardwood we pride ourselves on providing clients with the highest quality products at the highest level of service. When their floors are finished, we want our clients to say “Wow!” Visit the Testimonials page to see what past clients have said about their experiences with Hudson Hardwood.

Project Gallery

Browse our before and after photos of the many hardwood floor projects we’ve completed. From clients who needed a cleaning and recoating (buff and coat), hardwood floor refinishing, wood floor sanding, old hardwood floor restoration, to those who were installing wood floors. See the amazing transformation hardwood floors can make in a home, office, or commercial building.

Office Floor Hardwood Restoration
Northern Liberties Factory to Office Wood Floors
Commercial, Refinishing
Residential Installation, Refinishing and Stair Work – Fairmount, PA
Installation, Refinishing, Residential, Stairs
Residential Installation & Refinishing In Washington Square
Washington Square – Philadelphia, PA • Residential Installation & Refinishing
Installation, Refinishing, Residential

Hardwood Blog

While the thought of buying hardwood floors may seem daunting, they are a beautiful addition to any home and an investment in that home’s future. With a little knowledge, you’ll be ready to move forward with getting the floors of your dreams! For tips and tricks about how to clean and care for your hardwood floors, to articles about the latest trends and styles in hardwood floors – you’ll find it all on the Hudson Hardwood blog.

Considering Buying Hardwood Floors?

With the many options available today it’s smart to do some homework first before you purchase hardwood floors. There are many varieties and styles available, the basics being solid or engineered planks. Solid planks come from a single piece of wood while engineered are comprised of several planks laminated or glued together.

Long strip, Exotic, Hand Scraped, and Distressed are terms used to describe the plank origin and the finish on the planks. Planks can come finished or unfinished. Unfinished planks allow them to be finished once they are installed, giving a more customized look.

Depending on the type of floor they are going over, hardwood floors can be installed in several ways. The most common is by nails or staples. Other options include glue, adhesive-less, and floating.

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Hardwood Floors Throughout the Home

Cleaning & recoating

Hardwood floors can add a distinguished look to almost any room in your home. They add to the warmth and coziness of living rooms and dens or give a professional finish to your home office.

Hardwood floors in bedrooms, often covered with an area rug under the bed, give bedrooms a distinguished and stylish appearance. While hardwood floors don’t mix well with water, they can be a great addition to kitchens. Just make sure to clean up any spills quickly!

The only rooms that don’t do well with hardwood floors are bathrooms and laundry rooms. Most hardwood floors cannot withstand the water and moisture in these rooms.

Care and Cleaning of Hardwood Floors

Some people are hesitant to purchase hardwood floors because they’re afraid of the time and effort it will take to maintain them. Rest assured, hardwood floors are extremely durable. While scratches and stains can happen, there are ways to take care of them to keep your floors looking great for years.

Hudson Hardwood recommends no harsh chemicals or cleaners. Over time these can build up and make your floors look bad. Occasionally, vinegar can help clean hardwood floors, but only in moderation.

Scratches can also occur from moving furniture or other of life’s unforeseen happenings. Not to worry though, with a few short steps you can repair a scratch on your own. Visit our blog to see detailed instructions on “Hardwood Floor Scratch Repair.”

It is, of course, a good idea to have your hardwood floors professionally cleaned and re-coated when they do eventually start to show signs of wear and tear. Hudson Hardware can help with this. Learn more on our Cleaning and Recoating page.

National Wood Flooring Association Membership

As a member of the National Wood Flooring Association since 2008, Hudson Hardwood is dedicated to partnering with the best in the industry. Our membership provides us with education, networking, and advocacy to stay up to date with the latest trends and information available.

As active members, we regularly attend events, subscribe to industry publications, and network with top professionals in the hardwood floor industry. This includes suppliers of products, finishes, tools, and stains. This membership keeps us informed of best practices and is another way we reinforce our commitment to providing only the best in hardwood flooring.

Hardwood Floors Today

Many of the areas we service date back to the 1800 and 1900s when hardwood floors were common in larger estates. Flooring has changed a lot since then, but hardwood floors remain top-of-the-line in home decor. Today’s technology and products gives us more hardwood flooring options than ever before to achieve the looks our customers want.

Traditional hardwood floors are made up of one plank size and then a consistent stain throughout. Today, consumers can choose from gray or bleached hardwood floors. Styles and patterns are even seeing a comeback including herringbone. Some customers are modernizing the look of their floors by laying planks at an angle rather than horizontally.

A few adventurous homeowners are even experimenting with the latest trend of mixing plank sizes. This unexpected style can add interest and depth to any room.

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