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Joe L.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

1 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I deal with Dan directly. He is the one who always comes out to work with me flipping houses, great guy.

On the spot service, I buy and sell houses, and I have used them about four times now.

Abbey O.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

2 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They had good customer service.

They are not pushy in any way. They did not use an aggressive approach with me like most companies do. They actually let me take home more samples than usual to help with my decision, because I could not make up my mind.

Wilson W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

3 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We had a problem with flooding and it was a difficult floor problem. They came out and took care of the entire situation without question.

They are prompt, responsible, and the staff is very friendly.

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Dan Yorke, President

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated offers a wide variety of hardwood flooring products at its Danville showroom, all of which include original markings, distinctive graining and inherent characteristics that allow customers to bring a piece of nature inside. The company also refinishes, cleans, and recoats hardwood floors for residential and commercial clients throughout Contra Costa County and the East Bay, and it provides in-home consultations for customers who are unsure how certain flooring products will look inside their homes.

President Dan Yorke credits much of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s success to its highly experienced employees, all of whom are knowledgeable about the latest industry trends and products. “We’re not a big box store, so our salespeople can focus entirely on hardwood floors,” he explains. “They know all the different product lines, and they work with our customers to help them understand the differences between certain types of wood.”

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s installers are trained and experienced in every type of hardwood installation, and they  can also create borders and inserts that allow people to further customize their homes. “We offer complete service from start to finish,” says Dan. “From our sales staff to our installers, everyone is focused on helping our customers get top-quality floors.”

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Service AREA

Contra Costa County
Pittsburg
Antioch
Brentwood
Richmond
Concord
Walnut Creek
Maltby
Vine Hill
Danville
Pinole

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SERVICES PERFORMED

Hardwood Floor Sales
Hardwood Floor Refinishing, Cleaning & Recoating
In-Home Consultations

BRANDS Supported
  • Lauzon

  • Summit

  • Mirage Hardwood

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Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated offers a variety of products at its Danville showroom.

Company Profile

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated offers a wide variety of hardwood flooring products at its Danville showroom, all of which include original markings, distinctive graining and inherent characteristics that allow customers to bring a piece of nature inside. The company also refinishes, cleans, and recoats hardwood floors for residential and commercial clients throughout Contra Costa County and the East Bay, and it provides in-home consultations for customers who are unsure how certain flooring products will look inside their homes.

President Dan Yorke credits much of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s success to its highly experienced employees, all of whom are knowledgeable about the latest industry trends and products. “We’re not a big box store, so our salespeople can focus entirely on hardwood floors,” he explains. “They know all the different product lines, and they work with our customers to help them understand the differences between certain types of wood.”

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s installers are trained and experienced in every type of hardwood installation, and they  can also create borders and inserts that allow people to further customize their homes. “We offer complete service from start to finish,” says Dan. “From our sales staff to our installers, everyone is focused on helping our customers get top-quality floors.”

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Company Philosophy

"We pride ourselves on our integrity, and we're always honest with our customers about which products will work best for their particular situations. At the end of the day, we're not just here to make a sale–we're here to help our customers in a low-pressure environment and ensure they make the right decisions."

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for hardwood flooring companies that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, the key to achieving and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction is simple: employ its expert industry knowledge to help its clients make educated flooring choices. “When it comes to providing flooring advice, we’re much more knowledgeable than most home improvement stores,” says owner Dan Yorke. “Drawing upon our years of experience, we work closely with each customer to find the product that will work best for their particular needs.”

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated has been offering hardwood flooring products at its Danville showroom since 1988. In addition to carrying maple, unfinished and prefinished traditional oak, bamboo, Brazilian cherry, and rosewood flooring, the company refinishes, cleans, and recoats hardwood floors for residential and commercial clients throughout Contra Costa County and the East Bay. “We also provide in-home consultations for people who aren’t sure how certain flooring products will look inside their homes,” adds Mr. Yorke.

Unlike less experienced hardwood flooring companies that don’t have physical addresses and limit the range of their clientele base as a result, Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated maintains a centrally located showroom that provides both quality flooring products and consumer confidence. “Many flooring contractors work out of their homes or garages, so the fact that our customers know where to find us gives them an important sense of security,” explains Mr. Yorke. “We’ve been in Danville for many years, and we’re very proud to be a part of the local community.”

Another distinguishing attribute of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated is the combined expertise of its veteran installers. “The quality of our installations is second to none,” says Mr. Yorke. “Our installers are very knowledgeable about different products and techniques, and they can handle just about any problem related to hardwood flooring.”

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Industry Info

If you have your hardwood floor refinished on a regular basis, make sure you’re aware of upcoming industry changes. Environmental regulation has led to changes in several industries, and the hardwood flooring business is no exception. Most notably, oil-based hardwood floor finishes are being phased out and replaced by low-VOC, water-based finishes. According to Dan Yorke, owner of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, once oil-based finishes become completely phased out, homeowners throughout the Bay Area will likely be affected. “Oil-based finishes can only be used for five more years in Northern California,” he explains. “Since a lot of older, top-nail floors require oil-based finishes, flooring companies are probably going to be replacing a lot more floors in the coming years.”

Mr. Yorke says that despite the safe, environmentally-friendly character of water-based finishes, they may not be compatible with certain styles of hardwood flooring. “Even if a floor has had oil-based finishes in the past, you can still put a water-based finish on it. However, when it comes to older, top-nail floors, water-based finishes are far from ideal. Since it’s a thinner floor that doesn’t have a tongue-and-groove configuration, it has a lot more movement in it. Whereas the elasticity of an oil-based product corresponds well to this characteristic, a water-based finish is a comparatively brittle product and will crack if there’s any movement in the floor. Also, these older floors have hundreds of nails in them, which can get rusted out by the water present in a water-based finish.”

Regardless of its finish, your floor will quickly lose its luster if it’s exposed to water for long periods of time. More serious damage is also possible, including warping, so make sure you wipe up spills as soon as possible with a soft, dry cloth. Start at the edges of the spill and work your way toward the center. Don’t ever mop a sealed or waxed floor, even if the mop is only slightly damp.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long will it take to install my new floor?

A: Depending on the size of the job, the installation can take anywhere from one day (for a single room) to two weeks (for an entire house).

Q: Can you help me choose the right flooring product?

A: Certainly. We’ll take the time to determine your needs and help you find a product that you’ll be satisfied with for the long term.

Q: Should I choose a certain type of floor if I have children or pets?

A: Yes. Certain floors are more durable than others and cover scratches and surface damage better. Maple, for example, is a very hard flooring product that doesn’t contain grain, which means it will show everything. We can help you select a product that meets both your aesthetic and functional needs.

Q: Do engineered flooring products have any benefits over natural products?

A: Yes. Engineered flooring products are easier to install and also tend to be more stable than natural products. In the past, engineered products were primarily short, rotary peeled planks, which led to problems like warping and cupping. However, these issues have since been corrected, and engineered products are now available in longer lengths and offer greater long-term stability.

Q: Does hardwood floor refinishing always emit an odor?

A: It depends on the finish. Oil-based finishes do have an odor to them, while newer, water-based finishes tend to dry very quickly and have almost no odor. The type of finish we use depends on the application and the kind of flooring you have.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Dan Yorke

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Dan Yorke: A Hardwood Life

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

DANVILLE — When Dan Yorke decided to expand his carpeting business to include hardwood flooring, he saw it as a lucrative opportunity to benefit from a growing trend. What he didn’t realize, however, is just how challenging the endeavor would prove to be. “I found out that working with hardwood is a lot more complicated than cleaning and installing carpet, which is what I originally planned to focus on when I opened my business,” he recounts. “It proved to be a pretty sharp learning curve, and it took us a few years to get a handle on it.”

Despite the rough initiation, Dan’s business gradually grew to excel at hardwood installation—so much so that he eventually sold the company’s carpeting division. Today, Dan says he’s proud that Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated continues to be one of the East Bay’s most trusted hardwood flooring contractors. “We really shine next to our competitors because many of them simply don’t know what they’re doing. With high-end homes in particular, people want to feel comfortable with a company’s level of knowledge and experience, which is why many local homeowners choose us.”

A longtime resident of Danville, Dan says he appreciates the close-knit character of his local community. “My wife, Laura, and I have many roots in Danville. We raised our three sons here, and I’ve personally served as president of the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce. After many years in business, our company has a lot of appreciation for the support our community continues to give us.”

Outside of work, Dan engages in a variety of hobbies, including salmon fishing and crabbing, gardening, and taking on home improvement projects. When he’s not in a boat or at home, he can often be found enjoying a meal at his favorite local restaurant, Pete’s Brass Rail. In addition to his everyday hobbies and pastimes, Dan likes taking trips to visit his three grown sons, Teddy, Ben and Sam.

When asked the first thing he’d do if he could retire tomorrow, Dan says he’d spend more time both at home and abroad. “I work an awful lot, so my wife and I don’t get out as much as we’d like. Even when I do travel, it’s usually for business. So, if I retired tomorrow, I’d spend more time pursuing some of the activities I enjoy, as well as see some more of the world.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite season and why?
A: Summer, because I love the heat.

Q: What’s your favorite kind of tree?
A: Hickory. It’s nice to look at, and the wood is very durable and versatile.

Q: What animal best characterizes you?
A: A Golden Retriever, because I’m loyal, loving and friendly.

Q: Would you rather live in the city or the country?
A: The country.

Q: What do you read most: fiction or non-fiction books?
A: Non-fiction books.

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  • A Simple Way to Maintain Your Hardwood Floors

    DANVILLE — While most homeowners understand the importance of refinishing their hardwood floors, some don’t realize that if they have their floors refinished too often, they’re actually doing more harm than good. By combining routine cleaning and periodic professional service, you can keep your hardwood floors looking and performing their best without the need for frequent refinishing.

    Besides cleaning your floor regularly with an appropriate cleaning product, a good way to maximize its longevity is to have it professionally serviced every five to 10 years. After using a “dirt dragon” to thoroughly clean the floor, a flooring specialist will apply a bonding agent and a coat of commercial finish. Not only will this help extend the life and luster of your floor, it can also save you money by prolonging the intervals between refinishing services.

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  • Video: Cleaning and Recoating Wood Floors

    Complete Video Transcription:

    DANVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: To keep your hardwood floors looking their best, its important to refinish them on a routine basis. Today, we’re in Danville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dan Yorke of Danville Hardwood Company to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Dan Yorke: A lot of customers don’t realize there is an option to refinishing a floor. If you maintain your floor properly and every five to ten years have a company come in and use a dirt dragon, which is a machine that thoroughly cleans the floor, apply a bonding agent and a coat of commercial finish. It prolongs the life of your floor and you get to save a lot of money. You don’t have to go through the sanding and refinishing. It only takes one day in most cases. It is a wonderful option that people should use to maintain their floors.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Marc Bush

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Marc Bush: A Direct Connection

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

DANVILLE — After several years acting as a liaison between flooring manufacturers and retailers, Marc Bush shifted to the opposite side of the spectrum to work directly with customers. “I used to be a distributor sales rep and represented numerous manufacturers to retailers and homebuilders throughout the East Bay,” he explains. “After doing that for 12 years, I was hired at Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, which was a complete change of pace since I’d never dealt with the public before. I used to train retailers on how to sell products, but now that I’m a retailer myself, I get to share my knowledge directly with customers, which is really neat.”

Today, as operations manager at Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, Marc says his favorite part of his job is helping customers make informed decisions. “I enjoy educating customers about their options and helping them find products that meet their needs. Ultimately, the choice is theirs to make, but I’m always happy to guide them by providing as much information as they need.”

A resident of Brentwood (where he lives with his wife, Pamela, and daughter, Lindsay), Marc expresses his appreciation for the matchless quality of Bay Area life. “The Bay Area has the best of everything. The weather is phenomenal, the people are friendly…it’s just a great place to live. I have friends who grew up here and later moved away, and most have regretted it, so that tells you something.”

Outside of work, Marc devotes much of his time to a specific hobby. “I love kayak fishing for bass out on the California Delta,” he says. “I do it at least once a week, more often during the summer. Fishing in the Delta is very difficult—the technique that worked one day won’t necessarily work the next. It’s like a chess match between you and the fish, where you have to figure out what they want, which is a challenge I enjoy.” When he’s not trying to hook a bass, Marc can often be found supporting his wife and daughter in their favorite pastime. “Pamela and Lindsay are into horses and do a fair amount of competing, so we spend a lot of family time attending their events.”

When asked about a professional philosophy, Marc espouses the importance of respect. “One of the biggest things I learned from my dad is to treat people with the same respect that I’d want to be shown,” he says. “That continues to be my mantra today. Whether I’m working with a homeowner or a professional colleague, I always try to be respectful in my dealings with others. I think if you stick to that, things will generally go pretty well.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Marc says he’d see the world. “Besides spending more time kayak fishing, I’d like to travel. There are a few places on my bucket list, including Costa Rica, New Zealand and Paris, so I would definitely visit those, as well as a few others.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite sports team?
A: The San Francisco Giants.

Q: If you could time-travel, would you go to the past or the future?
A: The future, just to see what’s coming next, like flying cars or teleportation.

Q: Are you an early bird or a night owl?
A: Probably a night owl—although, with bass fishing, you have to be an early bird.

Q: If you could immediately master a musical instrument, what would you choose?
A: Guitar.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to eat for dessert?
A: Ice cream.

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  • Selecting a Hardwood Floor Finish

    DANVILLE — When purchasing a new hardwood floor, you’ll need to decide what type of finish to seal it with. There are two basic finish styles to choose from: urethane and oil. Since each differs in terms of performance and maintenance, it’s good to understand these attributes before making your decision.

    A urethane finish is basically a plastic coating that seals and protects the floor’s surface from moisture and damage. Its sturdy quality also helps protect against scratches, but it consequently makes flooring repairs more difficult to perform. In contrast, an oil finish is less like a suit of armor and more like your natural skin, requiring regular oil application to stay supple.

    While not as tough as a urethane finish, an oil-finished floor will typically have a longer lifespan if it’s well-maintained. However, if it’s neglected, it can fail prematurely and need to be replaced sooner than a urethane floor. That’s why, when choosing a finish, you need to be honest with yourself about your lifestyle and habits. Do you take care of your floors? If so, an oil finish is a great choice. If maintenance has never been your strong suit, you should probably go with a urethane finish.

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  • Video: Differentiating Hardwood Finishes

    Complete Video Transcription:

    DANVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: When selecting new hardwood flooring, you’ll also need to consider what kind of finish you want. Today we’re in Danville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Marc Bush of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Marc Bush: Hi. I’m Marc, with Danville Hardwood. Today I’ve got a tip for you. When most people come in looking for hardwood floors, they don’t think about the finishes that go on top. But it’s really important. There’s basically 2 types of finishes now. There’s a urethane and an oil.

    Let’s talk about the urethane first. A urethane floor is a plastic coating that goes on top of the floor. Picture it kind of like wearing a rain suit. When you feel it, you feel the rain suit. It protects itself from the weather and the damage. It’s kind of hard to scratch, but it’s also kind of hard to repair.

    Now, let’s talk about an oil floor. An oil floor is more like your natural skin. You need to keep oiling it to keep it supple. Not as hard as the urethane floor. And if you keep it oiled, it could last a lifetime.

    That urethane floor eventually needs to be replaced. It wears out and it goes bad. An oil floor, if you keep it oiled, it could last a lifetime. However, you’ve got to remember, the oil floor is not as hard as the urethane floor. On an oil floor, if you neglect it, you’re going to replace it probably sooner than a real tough urethane floor.

    So, you’ve got to be honest with your lifestyle. Do you take care of your floors? An oil floor is good for you. If you don’t, you might want to stick with a urethane.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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Each surveyed customer was asked, “If you needed any helpful expertise, did this company provide that expertise?” To calculate this score, total “Yes” responses were divided by total responses (excluding those that stated they hadn’t needed any expertise).

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 175 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated : Average 9.3 out of 10 based on 175 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Joe L.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

1 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I deal with Dan directly. He is the one who always comes out to work with me flipping houses, great guy.

On the spot service, I buy and sell houses, and I have used them about four times now.

Abbey O.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

2 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They had good customer service.

They are not pushy in any way. They did not use an aggressive approach with me like most companies do. They actually let me take home more samples than usual to help with my decision, because I could not make up my mind.

Wilson W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

3 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We had a problem with flooding and it was a difficult floor problem. They came out and took care of the entire situation without question.

They are prompt, responsible, and the staff is very friendly.

R.R.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

4 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I use them as a buyer for us.

They answer the questions that the clients ask. Their point of service is great.

W.C.F.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

5 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are a great place to shop.

They are a friendly staff.

Kelly W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

6 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I always recommend them, as I am an interior designer. Their installers are good, and they always troubleshoot. They also have a big variety.

Their flexibility and their selection

Laurie H.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

7 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Reliable, respectful, and they respected my space.

Honesty, and they kept the jobsite clean.

Giselle J.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

8 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say honesty, and the quality of the work is fabulous.

The quality of the work was fabulous.

Ray N.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

9 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very customer friendly, professional, and good value

I liked the owners Val and Dan.

Richard C.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

10 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very professional. They are very good.

I liked the personal attention that they gave me.

Kathleen D.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

11 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are great to work with.

I can't think of anything.

Velma B.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

12 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very helpful. They went out of their way to find the wood that I asked for.

They're the whole package.

Neale F.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

13 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Excellent service and a wide variety of product

Can-do attitude

M.W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

14 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I just like they are attentive to detail.

I would say the same response as what I just answered would suffice.

Gene B.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

15 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Usually what I tell people is that I go to the Diamond Certified website when choosing a company to work with. I have done this three times so far, and I have never had a problem with any of the companies that I have chosen.

They had one amazing worker that I was totally impressed with.

A.D.H.F.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

16 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very good, and the owner is a very nice man. He does a good job.

He returns phone calls right away, and he will work with you. The wood always comes on time, and I have never had any problems. The owner is the best.

G.B.C.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

17 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I refer people to them all the time. I say to use them, because they're very professional, thorough, and they stand behind their work.

I like the good communication and the personal relationship between the staff and myself. They support my relationships with my clients.

N.H.F.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

18 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they're very knowledgeable as a specialty contractor who only sells hardwood flooring. They only carry products that they can stand behind, which is nice.

What I like best is that they don't carry products that don't work. They stand behind the products they sell, instead of selling lower quality products just to make more money, like other companies do.

S.L.C.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

19 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I just like their expertise in knowing their product.

They understand their product, so if I send a customer there, they are able to explain everything.

T.G.F.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

20 of 175

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they're like family, and they are very concerned about providing good service.

I like how personable they are and that they have your best interest at heart.

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