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7 New Stunning Colors of Gaia SPC Flooring

7 New Stunning Colors of Gaia SPC Flooring


Now Gaia Flooring launched 7 new colors, SPC stone based core with luxury sound and heat insulation underlayment, surpasses luxury standards for multilevel estates. Waterproof and guaranteed in all rooms in your home and all regular commercial environments. 

With 50-year residential warranty and 10-year commercial warranty, Gaia Floor presents SPC American Hickory, SPC American Cherry, SPC American Walnut, also another 4 new colors of French Oak From Red Series.

Check below pictures and do not hesitate to contact us for any questions at (408) 333-9771 or (408) 509-8627.


SPC French Oak Red Series Riva
SPC French Oak Red Series Picchi
SPC French Oak Red Series Sole
SPC French Oak Red Series Terra 
SPC White Series American Cherry
SPC White Series American Hickory
SPC White Series American Walnut
Light Toned Hardwood Floors

Light Toned Hardwood Floors

Choosing the right color of flooring can be a tough decision. You have to consider your furniture, paint, lighting, etc. Hardwood colors come in a variety of options, from Red Oak to Java Strand Bamboo. Before deciding which color would be best for your aesthetic, you should look into what different ranges of color provide.

If you have decided on light colors, some options you might consider are Red Oak, Birch, Ash, and Maple; however, if you're looking into light hardwood stains, you should consider white-wash or light gray.

Here are their advantages:
1. They're easy to work with. Light colors work well with different aesthetic options.
2. They make spaces seem bigger, perfect for apartments.
3. Unlike dark hardwood, dirt and dust are not easily spotted.

Here are their disadvantages:
1. They wear out faster than dark hardwood in high traffic areas.
2. They aren't very trendy at the moment.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us at (408) 333-9771 or (408) 509-8627. You can also visit our showroom in 1190 Mountain View -Alviso Rd, Ste N, Sunnyvale, CA 94089.
DO'S & DON’TS For Your Hardwood Flooring Maintenance

DO'S & DON’TS For Your Hardwood Flooring Maintenance

Cleaning and caring for your hardwood flooring is simple.

But there are a few guidelines you should be aware of to keep your investment in tip-top shape.

If you ever have any questions regarding our products, maintenance, installation, cleaning, and care DO reach out and ask us. We’re happy to help.

Below are some pieces of advice on how to do maintenance of your hardwood flooring:

DO consult with a licensed installer, the finisher or the manufacturer if there is any doubt of the kind of floor finish.

DO placemats and throw rugs at doorways, exteriors, and interiors to help prevent the tracking of grit, dirt, and sand.
DO put plastic or fabric-faced glides under the legs of furniture to prevent scuffing and scratching.
DO trim and file your pets claws regularly to help prevent small scratches.
DO place an area rug in front of the kitchen sink to catch water.
DO sweep, vacuum or dust mop.
DO clean spills with cloth, paper towel or napkins.
DO close curtains and blinds during the day when possible as direct sun exposure for an extended period of time can dry and/or fade natural wood.
DO maintain with a leading brand of prefinished hardwood floor cleaner.*

DON’T move heavy furniture without protecting wood flooring by slipping a piece of cloth or pile under the legs or covering each leg.
DON’T ever wet-mop a wood floor; standing water can dull the finish, damage the wood and leave a discoloring residue.
DON’T wear cleats, sports shoes and high heels on your wood floors as they can dent any floor surface.
DON’T allow abrasives such as sand and glass to sit on your floor as they can damage your floors finish. Sweep or vacuum regularly.
DON’T use oil based soaps.

Hardwood floors are a lifetime investment and you have spent a considerable amount of money to add value to your home. The first thing you should understand about caring for your new floor is that you are not actually cleaning the wood. You are actually cleaning the polyurethane. The wood is beneath a protective layer of polyurethane. It is important to keep this protective coating in good condition to protect the wood. Routine maintenance should include protecting the surface finish from moisture and heavy wear, which creates scratches.

Flooring Installation

Flooring Installation

Real estate agents across the country agree that some of the most sought-after features for potential homebuyers are updated bathrooms and kitchens, fireplaces, open floor plans and large closets.

Perhaps the sole feature that tops the “must have” list is hardwood flooring. 

Hardwood floors produce an aesthetic beauty that simply cannot be matched by carpet. The decision to install hardwood floors is an ecologically friendly one and can reduce the allergens in your home significantly.

With proper care, hardwood can last a lifetime and give a home a sense of warmth and charm. 

Flooring installation may seem like a do-it-yourself job. Websites, books, hardware stores, clinics, and Internet podcasts make it seem like a task that requires little knowledge or experience. However, wood flooring installation is a job that requires expertise and precision.

From sourcing and storing the wood to maintaining proper moisture control prior to transport and installation, it’s a worthwhile investment to utilize the experience of Evergreen Hardwood Floors' flooring installation service. 

Our sister company Evergreen Hardwood Floors located in the Bay area is the premier hardwood flooring installation service. The custom work they do is impeccable and each client is offered an array of hardwood flooring options.

Domestic or exotic planks can be mixed and matched to create a floor that is nothing short of a work of art. The unfinished hardwood floor can be customized by color or finish using the most advanced and cutting-edge technology to add a unique flair to your home.

Decorative borders and modern patterns can be created with hardwood flooring by utilizing a variety of textures and techniques. 

Their philosophy is simple; each job is done according to the client’s specifications. The Evergreen Hardwood Floors experience begins with a free in-home visit with a site manager.

Understanding the array of wood choices is a crucial first step when working with a flooring installation service. Another essential aspect when choosing hardwood is the method by which it will be installed. Self-installation can produce costly errors, subfloor damage, and reduce the life of your hardwood. 

Call Evergreen Hardwood Floors for a FREE HOME ESTIMATE today!


Evergreen Hardwood Floors

Ph. (408) 509-8627