Our Company

About our company:

Target Wood Floors is owned by Ana Dabadia , I came from Brazil in 1999, them I start to work with hardwood floors in the Atlanta area.

In 2001 she opened the company and was working since them with installations and finishing wood floors. In 2008 they started to install tile, marble, travertine, ceramic, porcelain, stones, and granite countertops.

The company offers dustless machines and a great craftsman for your floors.References available upon request.

Hard Wood Floors Information

Information about Hardwood Floors:

Hardwood flooring can give any home a classic, timeless look. This flooring is a clean, durable and attractive addition to your home when selected carefully. There are many types of hardwood flooring available, and several important factors need to be considered when selecting the ideal hardwood flooring for your home. A working knowledge of the various types, installation options, care and maintenance of hardwood floors will give you a solid starting point. Once you have explored the basics of hardwood flooring, you can decide if this is the right option for your home and call Target Wood Floors at 678-499-1358 to install and finish your project.


  • There are many options when it comes to      selecting the type of wood flooring for your home. Solid hardwood products      are the more traditional option. These should be installed only at or      above grade and are therefore inappropriate for a basement. Solid hardwood      flooring can come either prefinished or unfinished. Unfinished flooring      must be sanded and finished on site. Another option is prefinished      engineered flooring. Engineered flooring is more resistant to contraction      and expansion and can be installed on any level, including the basement.      This type of wood tends to be much quicker and easier to install


  • Once you have selected the type of      hardwood flooring you are interested in, you will need to select a finish.      Carefully consider the uses of the room that you will be installing the      floor in. If it has very light traffic or is seldom used, a lighter finish      may be a good option. Hardness won’t be as much of an issue in rooms like      this, either. For a hallway or room with a lot of through traffic, you      will want a harder floor and possibly a darker finish that will mask the      inevitable scratches and dents. Kitchens tend to look best with a finish      that is somewhere around the middle of the spectrum. Going too dark or too      light can be off-putting for this room. If you want your hardwood flooring      to have a smooth, flawless appearance, be prepared to refinish at least      every 5 years. However, if you don’t mind a few dents and scratches, you      may be able to last anywhere from 10 to 20 years before you need to      refinish.


  • Click-type floors are becoming a popular      option for the home improvement do it yourself type. These hold up well in      most areas. However, you should avoid installing this type of flooring in      areas of high moisture, such as the kitchen or near exterior doors. For      other types of flooring, you need to hire a professional. Take the time to      do your homework when selecting your installer. It is critically important      that your flooring is installed properly by an experienced professional,      or it can go terribly wrong.


  • Hardwood floors offer many benefits.      They typically add a great deal of value to your home. Hardwood flooring      is also ideal for those who suffer from allergies or who are concerned      about the air quality in their home. This surface is more resistant to      dust mites, molds and pet dander that can easily get trapped in carpeting.      Hardwood flooring can easily be installed in any room except the bathroom. The      high moisture there makes hardwood a bad option.


  • When considering hardwood flooring, plan      to make some changes in your daily chores. This type of flooring requires      a special cleaner, which may vary depending on the specific product you      choose. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning. Hardwood      flooring also needs to be carefully protected from extensive wear and tear      as well as moisture. A good preventive measure is to cover high traffic      areas with rugs. This includes entryways, hallways and places where people      will frequently stand for long periods of time, such as in front of the      stove and kitchen sink. You should also use floor protectors underneath      any furniture that is placed on your hardwood floors. Keep an eye out for      dirt, sand and pebbles that may be tracked into the house, and keep a small      hand-vac for quickly cleaning up these messes. With a few precautions and      simple maintenance and care, hardwood floors are great option for any      home.TARGET-DESIGN-LOGO