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Thank you for your interest in Raven Hardwood Flooring!

We're based in Stillwater, MN and provide hardwood flooring installation, sanding and refinishing, and repairs to customers throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro and suburbs. 

At Raven, advice is free. Our pricing is listed on our pricing page.

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P.O. Box 503
Stillwater, MN, 55082

602.214.7237

Raven Hardwood Flooring is a hardwood flooring company serving the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. We provide hardwood floor installation, sanding and finishing, and wood floor repair.

Hardwood Flooring Pricing

Wondering how much a hardwood floor will cost? Here’s a general price list for most wood flooring services from a quality hardwood flooring contractor.

Hardwood flooring pricing

The absolute best way to find out how much hardwood floors will cost is to have me come out, measure the floor, address specific needs, and give you an estimate. But if you're planning and want a rough idea of labor costs, here's our current price list:


Getting ready to install prefinished wide plank flooring.

Getting ready to install prefinished wide plank flooring.

Flooring Installation

Prices vary depending on room layout and specific requests. Prices listed do not include flooring costs.

Hardwood Installation: $4.50 per square foot

Glue-down Installation: $6.00 per square foot

Floating or Click-together Flooring: $4.00 per square foot  

Custom work (patterns and borders):

Complex installation projects are nearly impossible to estimate without being on-site: please give us a call to schedule an in-person visit and get an exact estimate for your pattern installation!


Sanding an old farmhouse hardwood floor. The process makes quite a difference! 

Sanding an old farmhouse hardwood floor. The process makes quite a difference! 

Sanding and finishing

Prices vary based on the complexity of the project (custom stain matching, type of wood, room layout). Sanding Prices listed here include stain or sealer and three coats of water-base finish

Full sand and finish: $5.00 per square foot

Full sand, stain, and finish: $5-6.00 per square foot

There is a $2,500 minimum on full sanding and finishing projects.


A buff and coat on engineered hardwood completed in Stillwater, MN.

A buff and coat on engineered hardwood completed in Stillwater, MN.

Buff and Coat

A buff and coat includes abrading the surface with a buffer, then applying a fresh coat of finish. Unless specified, we apply one coat of Bona Traffic HD waterbase finish.

Buff and Coat: $1.50 per square foot

There is a $500 minimum on buff and coats.


Custom walnut staircase installed in Edina and a 4" paint grade base with a 1/2" round over. 

Custom walnut staircase installed in Edina and a 4" paint grade base with a 1/2" round over. 

Staircases and trim work

Price varies depending on size and shape of staircase. Price does not include stair and trim materials.

Staircase (tread and riser) installation: $100-200 per step

Staircase (tread and riser) sand and finish: $100-200 per step

Custom base: $3.00 per lineal foot

Custom shoe: $1.50 per lineal foot

Paint grade base: $2.00 per lineal foot

Paint grade shoe: $1.00 per lineal foot


Repairs

Repairs are estimated onsite with a $500.00 minimum per project. Price varies based on job complexity and materials provided. 

We can help you with:

  • Subfloor leveling
  • Minor concrete leveling
  • Individual board repair (depending on wood type)
  • Flooring Inlays
  • Stain matching
  • Specific questions? Call us! 

Out-of-Town

$120.00/day

Our out-of-town fee is per employee and applies to jobs over 75 miles from the Twin Cities. This price can change depending on location.

Flooring Removal

$0.50-5.00 per square foot

We'll tear out old carpet, linoleum, and tile. Price varies based on job complexity. (Nasty old tile can be a beast to remove!) We always recycle carpet waste. 

Delivery Fee

$100.00

If you'd like us to be on-site when wood is delivered, we'll unload the material and neatly stack it out of the way to let it acclimate.