Saturday, November 30, 2019

What are the parts of the hardwood floors that are available in today's market? How does that influence how you refinish your wood floors? Wood Vitalize has the answers to these questions. 

Parts of the trunk include the bark phloem, cambium, sapwood, and heartwood. All of these areas produce growth rings that we call the grains of the hardwood floor boards. Newly formed wood in the trunk is called sapwood which grows older into the areas called heartwood. Heartwood is sensitive to moisture than sapwood. To learn more about the importance of your wood floor characteristics visit us today at

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Thursday, November 28, 2019

Wood Floor Information From Wood Vitalize. What is the best Polyurethane to use for your hardwood floors?

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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Top hardwood floors in the industry. Providing Dustless Wood Floor Refinishing to the following floors;

  • Douglas Fir
  • Cypress
  • Cumaru
  • Black Cherry
  • Bubinga
  • Brazilian Walnut
  • Brazilian Maple
  • Brazilian Cherry
  • Black Walnut
  • Birch
  • Beech
  • Bamboo
  • White Ash
  • Cork
  • Sydney Blue Gum
  • Spotted Gum
  • Sapele
  • Red Oak
  • Purple Heart
  • Pudauk
  • Pine Southern Yellow
  • Pine Antique Heart
  • Mesquite
  • Merbau
  • Maple Sugar Hard
  • Mahogany
  • Jarrah
  • Iroko
  • Hickory Pecan
  • White Oak
  • Wenge
  • Read Oak

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Monday, November 25, 2019

How To Find The Best Wood Floor Refinishing Contractor In Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx And Westchester Count? What Questions Do You Ask?

Finding the right hardwood floor refinishing company can be very hard. We can help you decide which options are best for you when it comes to stain, colors, polyurethane, and floor types. 

Manhattan, Sunnyside Queens, Long Island City, and Astoria. 
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Saturday, November 23, 2019

Providing wood floor refinishing and staining in Long Island City and Sunnyside, Queens today.

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Thursday, November 21, 2019

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Name of the neighborhoodLimits south to north and east to west
Upper ManhattanAbove 96th Street
Marble HillPhysically located on the mainland
InwoodAbove Dyckman Street
Fort George (part of Washington Heights)East of Broadway between 181st Street and Dyckman Street
Washington Heights155th Street to Dyckman Street
Hudson Heights (part of Washington Heights)181st Street to Fort Tryon Park west of Broadway
West Harlem125th to 155th Streets; St. Nicholas Avenue to Broadway
Hamilton Heights (part of Harlem)135th to 155th Streets; Broadway to the Hudson River
Manhattanville125th to 135th Streets; St. Nicholas Avenue to the Hudson River
Morningside Heights110th to 125th Streets; Morningside to Riverside Drives
Central Harlem110th to 155th Streets; Park to St. Nicholas Avenues
Harlem96th to 141st Streets (east), 110th to 155th Streets (central), 125th to 155th Streets (west)
St. Nicholas Historic Districtaka Strivers' Row (Central Harlem)137th to 138th Streets; 7th to 8th Avenues
Astor Row (Central Harlem)Centered at West 130th Street
Sugar Hill (Central Harlem)145th to 155th Streets; Edgecombe to Amsterdam Avenues
Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Historical District120th to 124th Streets; Madison to 5th Avenues
Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal)116th Street east of Morningside Park
East Harlem (Spanish Harlem)96th to 141st Streets; the East River to 5th Avenue
Upper East SideEast 59th to 96th Streets; the East River to 5th Avenue (and 96th to 110th Streets along 5th Avenue)
Lenox Hill60th to 77th Streets; the East River to Park Avenue
Carnegie Hill86th to 98th Streets; 3rd to 5th Avenues (centered at East 91st Street and Park Avenue)
Yorkville79th to 96th Street; the East River to 3rd Avenue (centered at East 86th Street and 3rd Avenue)
Upper West Side59th to 110th Streets; Central Park West to the Hudson River
Manhattan Valley, Bloomingdale District96th to 110th Streets; Central Park West to Broadway
Lincoln Square (once San Juan Hill)65th to 66th Streets; Columbus Avenue to Broadway

Name of the neighborhoodLimits south to north and east to west
Midtown34th to 59th Streets
Columbus Circle59th Street and 8th Avenue
Sutton Place53rd to 59th Streets; 1st Avenue to Sutton Place
Rockefeller Center49th to 51st Streets; 5th to 6th Avenues
Diamond District47th Street from 5th to 6th Avenues
Theater District42nd to 53rd Streets; 6th to 8th Avenues
Turtle Bay42nd to 53rd Streets; East River to Lexington Avenue
Midtown East42nd to 59th Streets; East River to 5th Avenue
Midtown40th to 59th Streets; 3rd to 9th Avenues
Tudor City40th to 43rd Streets; 1st to 2nd Avenues
Little Brazil46th Street from 5th to 6th Avenues
Times Square39th to 52nd Streets; 7th to 9th Avenues
Hudson Yards28th to 43rd Streets; 7th Avenue to the Hudson River
Midtown West34th to 59th Streets; 5th Avenue to the Hudson River
Hell's Kitchen34th to 59th Streets; 8th to the Hudson River
Garment District34th to 42nd Streets and 5th to 9th Avenues
Herald Square34th Street and 6th Avenue
Koreatown31st to 36th Streets; 5th to 6th Avenues
Murray Hill (former Little Armenia) [1]34th to 40th Streets; 3rd to Madison Avenues
Tenderloin23rd Street to 42nd Streets; 5th to 7th Avenues
Madison Square23rd to 26th Streets; 5th Avenue to Broadway

Name of the neighborhoodLimits south to north and east to west
Flower District[2][3][4]26th to 28th Streets6th to 7th Avenues
Brookdale25th Street from FDR Drive to 1st Avenue
Hudson Yards30th to 34th Streets; the Hudson River to Tenth Avenue
Kips Bay23rd to 34th Streets; the East River to 3rd Avenue
Rose HillBetween Murray Hill to the north and Gramercy Park to the south
NoMadEast 25th Street to East 29th Street; Madison Avenue to Sixth Avenue[5]
Peter Cooper Village (former Gas House district)20th to 23rd StreetsAvenue C to 1st Avenue
Chelsea14th to 34th Streets; 6th Avenue to the Hudson River
Flatiron District, Toy District, Photo District16th to 27th Streets; Park Avenue South to 6th Avenue
Gramercy Park14th to 23rd Streets; 1st Avenue to Park Avenue South
Stuyvesant Square15th to 18th Streets; 1st to 3rd Avenues
Union Square14th to 17th Streets4th Avenue to University Place
Stuyvesant Town (former Gas House district)14th to 20th Streets; Avenue C to 1st Avenue
Meatpacking DistrictHoratio to 15th Streets; Hudson Street to the Hudson River
Waterside Plaza25th to 29th Streets; the East River to FDR Drive
†Large scale developments

Name of the neighborhoodLimits south to north and east to west
Downtown ManhattanBelow 14th Street
Little Germany (historic)7th to 10th Streets; Avenues A to B
Alphabet City and LoisaidaHouston to 14th Streets; FDR Drive to Avenue A
East VillageHouston to 14th Streets; the East River to the Bowery
Greenwich VillageHouston to 14th Streets; Broadway to the Hudson River
NoHoHouston Street to Astor Place; the Bowery to Broadway
BoweryCanal to 4th Streets; the Bowery
West VillageHouston to 14th Streets; 6th Avenue (or 7th Avenue) to the Hudson River
Lower East SideCanal to Houston Streets; the East River to the Bowery
SoHoCanal to Houston Streets; Lafayette to Varick Streets
Nolita (NoLIta)Broome to Houston Streets; the Bowery to Lafayette Street
Little AustraliaMulberry Street in Nolita
Little ItalyMulberry Street from Canal to Broome Streets
ChinatownChambers to Delancey Streets; East Broadway to Broadway
Financial DistrictBelow Chambers Street
Five Points (historic)Worth and Baxter Streets
Cooperative VillageFrankfort to Grand Streets; FDR Drive to East Broadway
Two BridgesBrooklyn Bridge to Montgomery Street; St. James Place to the East River
Tribeca (TriBeCa)Vesey Street to Canal Street; Broadway to the Hudson River
Civic CenterVesey to Chambers Streets; the East River to Broadway
Radio Row (historic)Greenwich Street from Cortlandt to Dey Streets (World Trade Center site)
South Street Seaport Historical DistrictSouth of Fulton Street and along the FDR Drive
Battery Park CityWest of West Street
Little Syria (historic)Washington Street from Battery Park to above Rector Street
Sunnyside Queens, Long Island City, and Astoria.
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