Hudson Hardwood in Chestnut Hill
With so many historic and upscale homes in Chestnut Hill, residents of the area have high expectations for maintaining and decorating their homes. Hudson Hardwood’s team has helped Chestnut Hill residents restore the former splendor of their homes’ old floors or bring the beauty and durability of hardwood floors to new construction.
Hudson Hardwood’s services include refinishing, installing, cleaning, recoating, and restoring. From restoration to a new installation, customers can be sure Hudson Hardwood has a solution to best fit any situation. We are known for being reliable, and we complete projects without major interruptions to your life and your schedule. With our dustless sanding technique and environmentally friendly products, clients can rest assured they’ll receive the best possible results.
Owner Joe Hudson describes a recent Hudson Hardwood project that he completed in Chestnut Hill.
“This Hudson Hardwood client had two types of flooring, pine, and oak,” said Hudson. “They wanted all their hardwood floors and steps to be as white as possible while maintaining the allure of the wood grain.”
Hudson Hardwood’s expert hardwood flooring craftsmen used a custom mix of bleaching and staining to achieve a deep white look. The floors were topped with a strong waterborne finish to prevent the wood floors from yellowing and finished with a satin sheen.
You can also view other projects we’ve completed in the area and read what our customers have to say about their experience with Hudson Hardwood.
Do you live in Chestnut Hill and have a hardwood floor project? Contact us today for Free Quote.
Chestnut Hill in a Nutshell…
Chestnut Hill, PA is an area located in the Northwest section of Philadelphia. Chestnut Hill has traditionally been known as an affluent area with pricey real estate. Sometimes called the city’s Garden District, Chestnut Hill was planned by Francis Daniel Pastorius in the 18th century. The area acted as a transition between the city of Philadelphia and the surrounding farmlands.
Recreation & Events in Chestnut Hill
Residents of Chestnut Hill enjoy many beautiful parks for recreation. Pastorius Park is named after Francis Daniel Pastorius, who planned the area. Wissahickon Valley Park in Chestnut Hill is part of the Fairmount Park system. Chestnut Hill is also home to the Morris Arboretum, a 92-acre arboretum with over 13,000 labeled plants and a stunning canopy walkway.
Literature fans flock to the area in October for the Harry Potter Festival, recently renamed the Witches & Wizards Festival. Over 50,000 fans have attended this event in the past. Germantown Avenue is a quaint street where residents and visitors can shop, eat, and enjoy local retailers.
Chestnut Hill Today
The population of Chestnut Hill today is just over ten thousand residents with a median household income of just over $100,000. The schools in the area are part of the School District of Philadelphia and students attend John Story Jenks School and Roxborough High School.
Chestnut Hill is also known for its many private schools spanning pre-K through grade 12. These include Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, The Crefeld School, Norwood-Fontbonne Academy, and Our Mother of Consolation.