Hardwood Floor Installation

Hardwood Floor Installation

Hardwood Floor Installation
In St Louis, Mo

Adding new wood flooring whether it be a job site sanded, pre-finished, or reclaimed wood flooring it is a great way to improve the appearance of your home's interior. The professionals at Abeln Floor Systems can give you the services you want. Our company fulfills the demands of property owners from around the Greater St. Louis area, and we go the extra mile to deliver impeccable craftsmanship. We can help you select a beautiful flooring product that's right for your budget. 

Options that we offer are:


Our installers and finishers are highly experienced with 5 to 31 years of experience in the wood flooring industry. We take care in each step of the process with a sharp focus on the details. We take pride in being punctual, organized, and safety-conscious, and properly insured. Additionally we offer:


Abeln Floor Systems is a trusted contractor for wood flooring installations. Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance to us. We are proud to assist customers from around St. Louis, MO in transforming their interior spaces. Call us today or contact us to learn more about the available options.

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About these Photos

Newly installed prefinished 3/4" x 3 1/4" natural red oak strip flooring

reclaimed yellow pine gymnasium bleacher seats...

reclaimed yellow pine gymnasium bleacher seats...

3/4" x 8 3/4" x 16'
long flooring!

Old growth 9" wide southern yellow pine plank flooring reclaimed and remilled from bleacher seating provided by Abeln Floor Systems. The 16 foot lengths of the bleacher material in this kitchen allowed an installation free of butt-joints as preferred by the owner. This material was double grooved, splined and installed in a historic home in Washington, MO. Abeln Floor Systems sanded, lightly stained and applied three coats of oil-based polyurethane finish. The aged appearance is the result of about three years of ambering combined with the somewhat recent age of the material (c. 1955). This batch of flooring contains approximately 20% of "heart pine" content (the highly desirable reddish-brown color from planks milled from the center or "heart" of the tree). Note that this picture, taken in the winter when wood tends to shrink, shows a still-tight installation which is virtually unheard of for any type of wide plank flooring. Part of the reason for this is that reclaimed flooring has an extremely low moisture content which allows for superior stability and freedom from shrinkage.


See our reclaimed flooring products