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Hardwood Flooring Services in Skippack, PA

Skippack, Pennsylvania, is an area covering approximately 2.6 square miles in Skippack Township, Montgomery County. Originally settled by German immigrants who were linen weavers and farmers, the area has always historically been a shopping and entertainment destination – something that continues to this day.

Many of Skippack’s original buildings still stand, including an Inn that was previously known as Valley House and is now Justin’s Carriage House. The original general store in Skippack was long-used as an antique shop until it was torn down in 2015 after a fire destroyed most of it.

History of Skippack

Skippack Township was once known as Van Bebber’s Township, named after Matthias Van Bebber, who received the land from William Penn in 1702. Later it was known as “Skippack and Perkiomen Township,” until it was split into two separate areas – Skippack and Perkiomen Township.

Skippack enjoyed trolley service starting in 1908 on the Souderton, Skippack & Fairview Electric Railway Co. Construction all the way to Souderton was never completed. In 1925 busses replaced the trolley and in 1940 bus service came to an end. The railway was later renamed the Montgomery County Rapid Transit Company and then the Montgomery Transit Company.

The Township is home to the Indenhofen (De Haven) Farmstead, one of the oldest homes in the area, believed to have been built in 1720. The Farm was originally about 440 acres large and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Warren Z. Cole House.

Education in Skippack

The Perkiomen Valley Area School District teaches students in Skippack. Students attend Skippack Elementary School and then Perkiomen Valley Middle and High Schools. The area also includes a Goddard School and the Skippack School of Music.

Things to do in Skippack

Today Skippack Village is the main attraction in Skippack Township. Its main street is packed with tourists and residents visiting unique and quaint shops, casual restaurants, art galleries, and antique shops. The Village holds many events throughout the year, including free concerts, to attract visitors.

Skippack First Fridays are held April through October and include artists and entertainment the whole family can enjoy.

Skippack Today

The population of Skippack is just over 3,775. The median household income is approximately $116,000, and $350,000 is the median property value.

Hardwood Flooring in Skippack

Skippack is an affluent, historical, and highly desirable community. Residents appreciate the warmth and long-lasting beauty that hardwood floors bring. Hardwood floors are always a great investment in the future of your home. Hudson Hardwood uses our knowledge and years of experience to restore and refinish your hardwood floors or install new, modern hardwood floors in Skippack neighborhoods.

Hudson Hardwood

We are reliable, and we take great pride in finishing hardwood floor projects within budget and on time. Hudson Hardwood’s services include hardwood floor refinishing, installing, cleaning, recoating, and restoring. We utilize a dustless sanding technique that reduces the mess in your home. You’ll be surprised by how little disruption there will be to your everyday schedule while we’re refinishing your hardwood floors.

Our Projects

We invite you to browse through our past projects and see for yourself the exceptional upgrades and improvements Hudson Hardwood has achieved in customers’ homes. Let us do the same for your hardwood floors!

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If you live in Skippack and have a hardwood floor project you need help with, please contact Hudson Hardwood today. We’ll gladly provide you with a Free Quote.

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